Roaring 20's Alexis santoy

Tin pan Alley- it is a place where given to the new york city of music publishers ad song writers the dominate popular music in the 19th and 20th century. in order to understand the social effects of jazz music you need to know how it came to existence " when words fail, music speaks. "

Jazz- its a type of music from the black american origin a regular rhythm that was in the 20th century, also its relevant because in this time period people still listen to that type of music but its mostly older folks and rarely young people.

Flapper- a young woman that's fashionable on enjoying herself and flouting conventional standards of behavior in the 1920's, it reflects the social and cultural conditions because in the america was fashion over teenage girls when they would walk would flap and wearing their overshoes. its relevant because there teenagers but they aren't called flappers there different categories of dancer like hip hop, salsa , ballerina ect. which are different dancing and music related.

prohibition- the nationwide constitutional ban of production, importion, transportation and sale of alcholic beverages remained in place in 1920 to 1933. it not in this time that everything they banned is not banned anymore

social Darwinism.the theory that individuals, groups, and peoples are subject to the same Darwinian laws of natural selection as plants and animals.

Nativism-Native people being racist and discriminatory towards immigrants.It was back in the 1920's when immigrants where against.This is relevant because it increase in immigrants,worried the natives that immigrants would take their jobs.

Henry Ford- he built the Henry model T in 1908 and started assembly line mode.He was the founder of the ford motor company, and a sponsor of the development of the assembly. i think this is relvant because theirs other people are inventing diffrent kimds of automobiles that are new invented.

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