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1920s And 1930s African American Experience Gone With The Wind Literature Music Appreciation
Music CH 9-15 140 terms
Ruth Blanco
140 terms
1920s And 1930s A Level Sociology Interactionism Introductory Sociology Social And Cultural Context Sociology
sociology chapter 6 – social roles 26 terms
Darren Farr
26 terms
1920s And 1930s High School Students Linguistics Pre Civil War
Media & Culture Chapter 4 20 terms
Trina Garrison
20 terms
1920s And 1930s France And Belgium Greenwich Mean Time Laissez Faire Economic Policy
CH26 – Flashcard 50 terms
Kenneth Miller
50 terms
1920s And 1930s AP World History AP World History: Modern First World War Franco Prussian War History of Europe
AP World History Margin Questions Chapters 21-23 13 terms
Linda Lynch
13 terms
1920s And 1930s AP European History First Five Year Plan Spanish Civil War
AP European History chapter 26 study guide 60 terms
Rae Jordan
60 terms
1920s And 1930s Military History
Regents Review Packet 6 40 terms
Anthony Richie
40 terms
1920s And 1930s Art Appreciation Art History China Printmaking
ART101 QUIZ#3 25 terms
Patricia Smith
25 terms
1920s And 1930s Art Appreciation Art History Madonna And Child Painting Sistine Chapel Ceiling
Art App CH 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12 86 terms
Claire Scott
86 terms
1920s And 1930s Abnormal Psychology AP Psychology Applied Philosophy Attention Psychology
Psych 405 Exam 1 66 terms
Kenneth Miller
66 terms
1920s And 1930s Cities Multiple Nuclei Model Sociology
Sociology Chapter 16 28 terms
Marie Florence
28 terms
1920s And 1930s Anthropology Gender Studies Papua New Guinea Sex And Gender Social And Cultural Anthropology Violence Against Women
Anthropology Chap. 9- Sexuality 31 terms
Lesly Nixon
31 terms
1920s And 1930s 1954 Supreme Court Decision
PSYCH 303 T1 Questions 1-4 40 terms
Gabriela Compton
40 terms
1920s And 1930s Iraq And Afghanistan Personal And Professional
Kinesiology Test 2 27 terms
Alexander Rose
27 terms
1920s And 1930s Communities Twenty First Amendment World History
Prohibition Questions And Answers 10 terms
Ewan Tanner
10 terms
Which artist is considered a leader in the revival of fresco painting in the 1920s and 1930s? a. Diego Rivera b. Anne Truitt c. Tom Wudl d. Joan Mitchell
a. Diego Rivera
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The practice of interpretive journalism in the twentieth century got its first significant boost from ______. -print journalism, which then passed the practice along to radio -radio broadcasters who started developing commentary as part of their news in the 1930s -the introduction of television -a push for probing analysis in print journalism in the 1920s and 1930s -None of the above.
a push for probing analysis in print
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How did Japan’s experience during the 1920s and 1930s resemble that of Germany, and how did it differ?
Similar- “Joining the club of industrializing and empire-building states”, similar government system with limited parliament, Difference- “minimal” participation in World War I, during 1920s moved towards democracy and more Westernized culture, also more rights for workers, women, etc
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The image of the outspoken, educated, middle-class American emerging as the ”new negro” became a harbinger of the _____________ of the 1920s and 1930s. a) Minstrel Show b) Vaudeville Tradition c) Harlem Renaissance d) Swing Era
c) Harlem Renaissance
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Discoveries in physics added to the anxiety of the 1920s and 1930s because
they called into question th established notion of truth
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One of the biggest results of artistic experimentation of the 1920s and 1930s was that
generally accepted standards that distinguished between “good” and “bad” art disappeared
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In the 1920s and 1930s, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk changed the Turkish government by
Introducing democratic reforms
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Fascism, as a political form of government developed in Europe in the 1920s and 1930s:
C) rested on the principles of statism, nationalism, militarism, and an economy that fully supports the government while remaining free.
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Discoveries in physics added to the anxiety of the 1920s and 1930s because they a. caused a majority of the population to turn to atheism. b. proved that heaven, for purely scientific reasons, did not exist. c. called into question the established notions of truth. d. suggested that the universe was a very unstable and dangerous place. e. answered all major questions and eliminated blind faith as a legitimate option.