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Changing Roles of Women in the turn of 20th Century

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Taylor Lawson

on 15 November 2012

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The Changing Roles of Women in the 20th Century By:: Maxx Marshall, Mary Obias, and Taylor Lawson 1920
wanted to take part in politics.
19Th amendment passed, gave women the right to vote.
Still had little power.
Each year more women earned a college degree. How were the women of the 1920's different from the women of the early 1900's? The new clothing of the 1920's reflected the changes social values because it represented the new freedom for women. The old restrictions of dress and behavior were being overthrown. Women found their lives changed more in than appearance. The "new woman" was on her way. How did the new clothing of the 20's reflect changing social values? Men thought they should stay at home and be wives not working. What were the various reactions to the new image of the 1920's woman? 1900
stay at home women
no work What types of jobs did women have in the 1920's ? How did the changing roles of women in the workplace reflect American attitudes towards women? Jobs for women in the late 1920's were cotton mills, nurses, teachers, some also worked in factories. The changes in roles of women reflected American attitudes toward them by laws being passed, newly developed technologies, and in society. The women are represented as something we want and desire. They are all endorsing a brand with there beauty and style.
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