and how were the 20s a turning point? A
turning point from what to what?
new insight and old tradition shaped relationships between young and women in
the 20s according to Fass?
does the author define dating and why or how did it fit the changes in America
does she argue was the fear of sexual promiscuity unfounded during the 20s?
was petting more prevalent and how did youth see this?
did women’s fashion, hairstyle, and use of cosmetics indicate or signify?
did women take up smoking and drinking more in this decade?
How did WWI further change
traditional gender roles? What opportunities did the war offer women, especially
regarding access and control of cars?
How did American ideas of
masculinity and femininity influence how car companies marketed their vehicles?
Be sure to provide a few specific examples. If women were not the primary
drivers or owners of cars then why did auto companies consider them in
advertising and marketing?
How was the car potentially
liberating for many women in the 1920s? How could it also be dangerous? How did
married middle-class women use the car on a daily basis? Did the auto actually
lessen their workload?
does this document reflect the changes the 20s brought?
does he portray Jesus Christ and why should advertisers follow him or read about
does this piece tell us about how Americans viewed the business world during the