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  • In March 2000, stories appeared in the media claiming that the hard used in vintage Barbie dolls could leak toxic chemicals, causing danger to children playing with them. The claim was described as an overreaction by Joseph Prohaska, a professor at the . A modern Barbie doll has a body made from plastic, while the head is made from soft .

    Barbie has become a and has been given honors that are rare in the toy world. In 1974, a section of in New York City was renamed Barbie Boulevard for a week. The at the Louvre held a Barbie exhibit in 2016. The exhibit featured 700 Barbie dolls over two floors as well as works by contemporary artists and documents (newspapers, photos, video) that contextualize Barbie.

  • In September 2003, the Middle Eastern country of outlawed the sale of Barbie dolls, saying that she did not conform to the ideals of Islam. The stated "Jewish Barbie dolls, with their revealing clothes and shameful postures, and tools are a symbol of decadence to the West. Let us beware of her dangers and be careful." In Middle Eastern countries, there is an alternative doll called , which is equivalent to Barbie but is designed specifically to accommodate an Islamic community. Fulla is not made by the Mattel Corporation, and the Barbie brand continues to be available in other Middle Eastern countries including . In , , introduced in March 2002, are available as an alternative to Barbie, even though they have not been as successful as Barbie.

    The standard range of Barbie dolls and related accessories are manufactured to approximately , which is also known as . The standard dolls are approximately 11½ inches tall.

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    Hachaverim Shel Barney 1997-1998 This Barney doll is used in the Hebrew production of Barney & Friends.
    Hachaverim Shel Barney 1998-1999 This version of the Hebrew Barney doll looks a little less rounder than the previous version.

    Barney's Great Adventure,
    Barney's Big Surprise,
    Barney's Musical Castle,
    Barney's Colorful World!

    1998-2004 These productions used Barney dolls that could be bought in stores (Big Surprise using a 3 foot Barney plush toy, while Great Adventure, Musical Castle, and even Colorful World used a 12 inch plush toy), rather than the custom made ones used on the TV series. Compared to the other dolls, these dolls ACTUALLY have the word "Barney" on the right foot.

    Baniwa Chingudeul 2001-2003 This Barney doll is used in the Korean production of Barney & Friends. It looks like the Season 4-6 doll, but the head is smaller and the color scheme shade is darker. The nose is also wider.

    An alternate version was used in "Our Earth, Our Home", which looks very similar to the Season 4 Barney doll, but with a much wider mouth, the head is shifted lower and slightly bigger because of the wide mouth.

    In December 2005, Dr. Agnes Nairn at the in England published research suggesting that girls often go through a stage where they hate their Barbie dolls and subject them to a range of punishments, including and placing the doll in a . Dr. Nairn said: "It's as though disavowing Barbie is a rite of passage and a rejection of their past."

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Mattel has sold over a billion Barbie dolls, making it the company’s largest and most profitable line. However, sales have declined sharply since 2014. The doll transformed the toy business in affluent communities worldwide by becoming a vehicle for the sale of related merchandise (accessories, clothes, friends of Barbie, etc.). She had a significant impact on social values by conveying characteristics of female independence, and with her multitude of accessories, an idealized upscale life-style that can be shared with affluent friends.