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For over 50 years, Barbie® has been a platform for young girls to live out their aspirations and explore possibilities. In keeping with that tradition, the Barbie® “I can be™…” line is all about letting young girls know that when they grow up, they can be…anything they want.

The बार्बी Team is looking to आप for video concepts for the Barbie® “I can be™…” campaign. The goal is to have a video that resonates with people, and there is flexibility in the संपूर्ण, कुल मिलाकर tone – stories/videos can be anywhere from humorous/playful to sentimental/touching in theme. Your idea should...
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Please enjoy this cute video celebrating Barbies प्यार for Ken
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बार्बी has younger sisters (Skipper, Stacie, Kelly, Krissy, the short-lived twins, Tutti and Todd), cousins (Francie and Jazzie), फ्रेंड्स (Midge, Miko, Whitney, Nikki, Devon, Kira, to name a few) and of course, the steadfast Ken. But her parents played a minimal — and totally off-stage — role; no parent गुड़िया were ever produced. She is an agent on her own behalf, a singular sensation, living her own life, forging her own destiny. In all the scenarios in which she has played, the one role बार्बी never took on was that of wife, even though Mattel has made numerous bridal ensembles for her....
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The बार्बी clan began its life as white and remained so until 1967, when “Colored Francie” made her debut. But this Francie doll was produced using the existing head molds for the white Francie, and, other than her dark skin, lacked any other distinguishing African features. The first African American doll in the बार्बी वृत्त is usually regarded as Christie, who appeared in 1968. It wasn’t until 1980 that actual black and Hispanic बार्बी गुड़िया hit the market. Yet despite Mattel’s attempt to take a और racially sensitive stance, Ann Ducille, professor of American and African-American...
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बार्बी was born during the golden age of American post-World War II prosperity with its lushly saturated Technicolor movies, tidy new suburbs and cars as large as beached whales.

In the early 1950s, Mrs. Handler got the idea of creating an adult doll after observing her daughter’s fascination with adult paper dolls, whose clothing she was able to change.

Mrs. Handler envisioned a doll onto which girls could project their desire to act like, and indeed become, grown women. But the designers at Mattel initially balked, saying the level of detail that she wanted would make the doll prohibitively...
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Part of Barbie’s power is the kind of projection she invites. “I designed बार्बी with a blank face so that the child could project her own dreams of the future onto Barbie,” Handler कहा in her book, “Dream Doll.” “I never wanted to play up the glamorous life of Barbie. I wanted the owner to create a personality for the doll.” Even the talking Barbies that appeared on the market never enjoyed the ascendancy that the mute, yet eloquent गुड़िया did.

Barbie was both a child of her time and completely cutting edge. As the historian and लेखक Stephanie Coontz has written, “the marketability...
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