Circuit of Cultural Analysis: Portrayals and Effects of Gender Roles in Today’s Culture Representations of gender are portrayed as essential norms in today’s culture,
Socialization, as a concept in social scientific research, has evolved over time. While the basic idea outlined above has been a component of most understandings of socialization, there have been quite a variety of definitions and theories of socialization. Some of these approaches are presented here as definitional variety is often informative.   
This magical helper is often long faithful to the hero; the hero may fail many times after the initial test, often by not respecting the helper's advice. In The Golden Bird , the fox declares that the hero does not deserve his help after his disobedience, but still aids him.  :264
In today's age, we've made a lot of progress beyond the June Cleaver stereotype, but why does the fairy tale theme persist?
In this fairytale the sons are completely dependent on their mother who has the main character in that. She is described as a very poor woman who had three sons, a description that appears in many points of the story. The important to notice is that never this family is been demonstrated as a poor family, but there is only a really poor mother and her sons. The sons are not considered as independed members of this family and they are not responsible for their poverty, even though they are old enough to have a job. They stay sideliners even when their mother is dead. Their only way to survive is to wait for their neighbors to ask them to borrow some of the items their mother left and give them something in return. When Constantino's brothers get a sweet like a gift from their neighbors they eat it by themselves and they don't keep anything for him but only advice him to ask the cat for help. That is what happens and the cat begins to provide everything to the young man, even his marriage with the princess. When he becomes a prince he has to face many responsibilities but even in that time he denies to do it and continues to count on women's of the palace help (Zipes, 2000).