عنوان مقاله [English]
. The main question is, how is the presentation of communication skills in animations with female gendered single-breeches? How is the female sex viewer in these movies? To answer this question, John Fisk's semiotics method has been used and content codes have been examined at three levels: apparent, technical, and social. The research is done in case studies. Sampling is done purposefully and is available from available samples. Of the four samples examined, the findings of the two films, which are the main characters of the story of the female, have been brought to Iranian animation (Mina and Panther) and non-Iranian animation (Moana). The research results indicate that communication skills are well represented in Iranian and non-Iranian samples. Unlike Gaffman's research and studies, the stories go away, regardless of the gender of the first person (female). The stereotypes about gender stereotypes of women are contrary to what is shown and does not represent the reproduction of traditional gender patterns. In both of these stories, with the deconstruction of banned subjects and the confrontation of the younger generation with the older generation. This breakdown structure is ultimately coupled with maintaining family relationships, respecting elders, and giving priority to families.