Presentation on theme: "By Conshea Brown and Jessica Thomas. Why did America idolize the young? 1. Because of the nations growing fascination with youth, businesses decided to."— Presentation transcript:
Men Ties Driving gloves Oxford bags Raccoon coat Hair was gelled back Women Bobbed hair Missing corset Peekaboo hats Short dresses
Dancing such as the foxtrot, shimmy, Charleston Bobbed hair Silent films Automobiles Disney Gangsters New York starts to become known as the fashion capital Jazz music Started these things to get a change from the war Vogue
In the 1920s women started to rebel against society to gain intellectual independence Trying to transition from old domestic ways of women Some ways they rebelled were using profanity in public and smoking
Americans kept children in schools because they didnt depend on their wages like before College numbers increased New schools were built with huge gyms and laboratories
Changed society forever Women and men were viewed differently than before Women redefined their gender role. Speakeasies started coming around Jazz started booming Nightclubs Prohibition
New youth culture was a social change in America because it shows how people changed in society during the 1920s
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