Culture is people’s way of life. It includes such aspects of social life as, mode of dressing, way of communication, leisure, relation between one individual and another and so on. By the turn of 1920, people in the Native American society began losing touch of their rural isolated lifestyle and embraced new changes that had come along. This included mass culture and movies, automobiles and change of life to a consumer society (Bradley, 2010).

Consumption was the new lifestyle in the 1920’s. With the rise of industrialization, companies dealing with food processing grew up. Married women found their household chores simplified due to introduction of various appliances. Single women however spent much of their time working in the industries. Even though women were working in the industries, their wages were low and could not be compared to their male counterpart. For the business enterprises, advertisement took center stage to promote more sales of their products to the consumers.

Automobiles were introduced in the 1920’s following scientific inventions pioneered by Frederick Taylor earlier on in 1895. People’s lifestyle was affected. Going out for tours on vacations became easier. Job opportunities in the automobile industry were also created not to mention the growth of suburbs that replaced rural lifestyle. This also would lead to increased population in the urban areas with majority of people seeking job opportunities in the industries.

To promote leisure living and amusement, theatres for works of art like music and movies grew up. Jazz music that composed of African- American elements were the most popular (McArthur, 2000). Hollywood movies took over 90% of all the movie production.

Americans across the nation shared a common culture through; the mass media including the radio, magazines, and in theaters. Of worth mentioning was the Columbia Broadcasting system and the National Broadcasting Company.

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you cover most of the big ideas here.  Many have tied America’s growing urbanization as a factor in creating a national culture.  By 1920…America had become what it had never been before–an urban country.  For the first time, a majority of Americans lived in what can be determined as an urban setting.  In such locations people had access to electricity and the radio, which helped forge the idea of a national community.  Keep in mind that most of rural America would remain in the dark–literally and figuratively–until FDR’s New Deal made Rural Electrification a major issue.  Power companies refused to put down electric poles and string power lines in less settled areas arguing that the expense was far in excess of the potential reward.  Federal intervention brought power to the countryside.  You mention the idea of a national community but offer little in the way of specifics.  Please provide the class with a sense of the music people were listening to, the films they were watching, etc…  Fill us in in those things that American shared…..

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