How did radio, movies, newspapersand magazines promote challenges totraditional values?VUS10.a
Mass Media:RadioBroadcast Jazz MusicSoap OperasFireside Chats
Mass Media: MoviesProvided informationthrough “Newsreels”Escape from realities ofthe DepressionMany different types ofm...
Mass Media:Newspapers andMagazinesSparked fads in fashionand styleMuckraking was stillpopularHelped to shape culturalno...
Challenges to TraditionalValues Traditional Religion Darwin’s Theoryand the ScopesTrial
Challenges to TraditionalValues Traditional Role ofWomenFlappers19th Amendment
Challenges to TraditionalValues Open ImmigrationImmigrationRestriction Act of 1921Rise of the new KKK
Challenges to TraditionalValues ProhibitionSmuggling –BootleggersSpeakeasiesRise of OrganizedCrime
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2008vus10a popculture

  1. 1. How did radio, movies, newspapersand magazines promote challenges totraditional values?VUS10.a
  2. 2. Mass Media:RadioBroadcast Jazz MusicSoap OperasFireside Chats
  3. 3. Mass Media: MoviesProvided informationthrough “Newsreels”Escape from realities ofthe DepressionMany different types ofmovies were popular
  4. 4. Mass Media:Newspapers andMagazinesSparked fads in fashionand styleMuckraking was stillpopularHelped to shape culturalnorms and serve as a“nationalizing” agent
  5. 5. Challenges to TraditionalValues Traditional Religion Darwin’s Theoryand the ScopesTrial
  6. 6. Challenges to TraditionalValues Traditional Role ofWomenFlappers19th Amendment
  7. 7. Challenges to TraditionalValues Open ImmigrationImmigrationRestriction Act of 1921Rise of the new KKK
  8. 8. Challenges to TraditionalValues ProhibitionSmuggling –BootleggersSpeakeasiesRise of OrganizedCrime

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