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Rebels, Radicals, and Rock Now Playing: Chuck Berry, “Maybellene,” 1955 Lecture Outline: feliciaviator.com/history7B/schedule or bcourses
Betty Friedan, author of The Feminine Mystique, 1963
“Babies, Yes – But What Else?” Newsweek, March 1960 “Working Mother…,” Life, 1956
Cosmopolitan, 1957 Family Circle, 1959
Vance Packard, The Status Seekers, 1959 William H. Whyte, The Organization Man, 1955
George Tooker, “Government Bureau,” 1956
Commuters on their way to work, ca. 1955
Real estate ad, ca. 1950
Marilyn Monroe, Playboy, 1953
Meeting of the Mattachine Society, Los Angeles, ca. 1955
Lawn care in the 1950s suburbs
“Togetherness inspires her buying decisions…” McCall’s magazine, 1957
Frank Stark in Rebel Without a Cause, 1955
Jim Stark fights his father in Rebel Without a Cause, 1955
Beatnik gathering in San Francisco, ca. 1960
Norman Mailer, author of “The White Negro,” ca. 1960
Norman Mailer, “The White Negro,” 1957
Ralph Ellison, author of Invisible Man, 1952
James Baldwin, author of Nobody Knows My Name, 1961
“Squaresville vs. Beatsville,” Life, 1959
Promotional poster for The Rebel Set, 1959
Promotional poster for Blackboard Jungle, 1955
Promotional poster for The Delinquents, 1957
Promotional poster for Teenagers From Outer Space, 1959
Promotional poster for Rebel Without a Cause, 1955
Jim Stark fights his father in Rebel Without a Cause, 1955
Chuck Berry and his audience, 1955
Little RichardJerry Lee LewisElvis Presley
Black homebuyer views signage in front of Southern California suburb, 1948
Teens at a rock and roll dance, ca. 1957
Real Postwar Danger: Teenagers!. The 1950s Rebels.
THE 1950s: “Anxiety, Alienation, and Social Unrest” ?? “Conservatism, Complacency, and Contentment” OROR.
Chuck Berry Elvis Presley Little Richard Buddy Holly Sam Phillips Jerry Lee Lewis Sun Records Bo Diddly Muddy Waters Robert Johnson Alan Freed.
THE 1950s: “The American Dream” Vocabulary 1. Corporate: Business-oriented. “When he went to work for Ford he became a corporate man” 2. Mass Media –
THE 1950s: THE AMERICAN DREAM IN THE 1950s Returning veterans would cause problems in the work forceReturning veterans would cause problems in the work.
Unit 9 Day 9 (Baby Boom) Quote: “The only way for a woman, as for a man, to find herself, to know herself as a person, is by creative work of her own.”
Post War- 1950’s American Society
Objective Identify major social movements including, but not limited to, those involving women, young people, and the environment, and evaluate the.
Subcultures and Nonconformity Topic/Objective: Analyzing the experiences of non- conformists during the 1950’s Essential Question: Why did individuals.
SWING. Swing music started in the early 1930s and Swing uses brass instruments (trumpets and trombones, saxophones and clarinets) and sometimes.
1950s Society Video Cultural Overview Video Cultural Overview.
American Dream of the 1950s How do people live the “American Dream”?
THE POSTWAR BOOM THE AMERICAN DREAM IN THE 1950S.
THE 1950s: “Anxiety and Social Unrest” ? “Prosperity and Contentment” OROR.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Moving into the s: “Anxiety, Alienation, and Social Unrest” ?? “Conservatism, Complacency,
Eisenhower Era: Social Group 3 Enkay Battsetseg Paul Oh Samuel Pimentel.
THE 1950s: “Anxiety, Alienation, and Social Unrest” ?? “Conservatism, Complacency, and Contentment” OROR 17.3.
The Mood of the 1950s Ch. 27 Section 2.
Created the guitar style that came to define rock and roll created a new lyric vocabulary in his songs that spoke directly to young people and to the integrated.
The Postwar Years at Home Chapter 27. Businesses Reorganize Per capita income up Per capita income up GNP doubles GNP doubles Economic growth Economic.
Unit 7—Chapters 12 – 13 The Cold War CSS 11.8, 11.9,
Family 家庭. Who is this? 这是谁 ? This is my mother 。 这是我的妈妈。
Chapter 20 Section 2 The Affluent Society. The Eisenhower Era In 1952 America chose Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican, to be president Eisenhower cut.
The Fabulous Fifties & the Swinging Sixties Culture, Technology, and Literature in the 1950s & 1960s.
APUSH March 18, Ch. 26 Quiz 2.Notes & Video: America in the 1950’s- A Decade of Conformity.
A Time of Peace and Conflict
Today’s Objective We will describe impacts of that rock ’n roll, television and the Beat Generation had on American society during the 1950s.
The Golden Age Families in the 1950s. The Golden Age- Families in the 50s Reality vs. the Myth Renewed emphasis on the family The American Century Life.
Teenage Life and Counter Culture in the 1950s. Before World War II Teenagers expected to take life seriously Males joined the military or go and get.
Post War AMERICA. Dad is the bread winner Mom is the happy homemaker.
Life in the 1950s Suburbs and the Fear of the Bomb.
1950s America. The Baby Boom Between 1946 and 1964, the birthrate soared. As soldiers returned from WWII, they settled in to family life. In 1957, at.
How do people live the “American Dream”?
Animal Experimentations. Living conditions of experimentation animals.
CHAPTER 29 SECTION 2 The Affluent Society. The Eisenhower Era New Regime 1950's: Dwight D. Eisenhower Promises Cut Bureaucracy End "Creeping Socialism”
ALL THE SAME??? APUSH Unit Module 2: Social and Cultural Change.
People had money! Saved during war; now spend! Global stabilization through Bretton Woods System Created World Bank loans for developing nations International.
Conformity and Reaction 1950s and 1960s. Prosperity – Housing: Fabulous surge in home construction – 1960: 25% of all homes had been built in decade of.
Ch. 10 – The Cold War, Domestic Containment, and The Feminine Mystique, History 37 Summer 2014.
13B 1.After ____, America became the most _________ country in the world. 2.The war _________the Great _________ and Americans had jobs and _________ again.
The Eisenhower Era Post WWII saw an increase in home construction Post WWII saw an increase in home construction These new homes were built in.
6 A. Television 1946 7,000 TV sets in the U. S 50,000,000 TV sets in the U. S. Mass Audience TV celebrated traditional American values. Television.
Collecting Information The English Project 11 th Grade.
13-3 Mass Culture & Family Life
At home Mini recession as soldiers returned GI Bill, FHA and the VA help Operation Dixie and the CIO Taft Hartley Act.
1950’s Culture / The Other America (Ch. 19, Sec. 3 & 4) Part 1.
The 1950s Rebels. 1950s FEAR = Teenagers juvenile delinquency -- antisocial or criminal behavior of young people The book 1,000,000 Delinquents.
POPULAR CULTURE CHAPTER 27, SECTION 3.
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