The Roaring Twenties
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The paper explores how America underwent a major transition from being a war-torn country to becoming an economically prosperous society, giving birth to mass and popular cultures. The paper discusses the proliferation of pop culture materials and paraphernalia and the subsequent rise of the advertising industry. The paper looks at the inappropriate representation of females and under representation of minorities in popular print ads in American magazines. The paper shows how America became a materialistic culture and eventually a consumer-oriented society as it moved toward the 20th to 21st centuries.
Sample of Sources Used:
- "1920s consumer culture." History Teaching Institute. Ohio State University Web site. Accessed last 20 May 2007. Available at: http://hti.osu.edu/content/lessonplans/1920sconsumercult.cfm.
- Good Housekeeping. (1928). Vol. 82, No. 2.
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