Essays on Roaring Twenties

Changes Of Attitudes Toward Sex, Marriage, And Family Over The Period 1900-1980

Throughout westernized history, the traditional concept of family always consisted of a husband, wife, biological children and extended family [1]. Both men and women had societal roles and social expectations within society, with women’s roles consisting of serving their husbands, looking after their children and housekeeping, Men, on the other hand, had different roles and expectations; men traditionally were...
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Colors In The Twenties

The Roaring Twenties, the era of vivacious dancers, jazz music, extravagant parties, and living the American – dream. All of these things are well represented by bright and vibrant colors, all being associated with a different time and object. In the 1924 modernist novel, The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, color is used...
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Popular Culture In The Roaring Twenties

The 1920’s were a decade of dramatic social change and political realignment. Forms of mass media were shaping popular culture by spreading information and bringing new ideas to the table. This new era of free-spirited popular culture, known as the “Roaring Twenties”, kicked off with the creation of a dance called the Charleston. Young people...
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