BBC in 1920s and 1930s
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...1930s Introduction This paper will give a through insight into British Broadcasting Corporation's goals and objectives in the early years of its inception. This paper will further give a historic picture of BBC's purpose of existence and how this purpose has changed in its course till now. History of BBC The original British Broadcasting Company was established in 1922 by a group of telecommunications companies (including subsidiaries of General Electric and AT&T) to broadcast experimental radio services. The first transmission was on 14 November of that year, from station 2LO, located at Marconi House, London. [1] [3] [4] John Reith was chosen... What were the main goals of the BBC in the 1920s and...
American Society - 1920s and 1930s
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...1930s The 1920s was a period of peace, prosperity and growth for the Americans. It was a peaceful time with the end of WWI, happier times, increase in wealth and a rise in lifestyles of people in general. The 1930s were quite the opposite. 1930s were depressing, full of poverty and the beginning of the biggest wars. The 1920s began shortly after the First World War when Americans defeated the Germans. Many Americans were also not happy with Woodrow Wilson who was their 28th president. It was a period which signified the rise of League of Nations. After elections, the nest President, Harding died and the vice president, Calvin Coolidgetook over the office as president... ? American Society – 1920s and...
The Depression of the 1930s
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...1930s was widely characterized by the emergence of mass consumption and managerial capitalism which greatly affected the direction of management of businesses and the approaches to managing business entities. This caused panic to depositors withdrawing their life savings, causing a reduction of the money supply and slowed down investments making half of the nation’s banks failing. This lead to the government intervention through National Business Survey Conference (NBSC) with the strategy embodied in the plan for the National Recovery Act (NRA) for pulling business out of depression in 1933... . The proposals of NBS was for the largest ever tax increase, distend tariffs, massive welfare...
Governmet's Indian Policy in 1930s
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...1930s A multitude of factors would come into play when a multifaceted personality like Winston Churchill takes a stand on any issue. Yet, there would be an underlying basic and intrinsic factor that would run like a thread interweaving the comparatively external causes. So was it in the case of Winston Churchill's opposition to the Government's Indian Policy in the early 1930s. At the core of his being Winston Churchill was an imperialist, a firm believer in the Empire and all that it stood for. For him India was a very integral part of that Empire. The romantic in Winston Churchill had... Rubaiyat-ul Ali April 05, 2007 Why did Winston Churchill oppose the Government's Indian Policy in the early 1930s A...
Hollywood Representations of Women in 1930s Films
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...1930S FILMS of Introduction Since theinception of the film industry in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, women have played a central role in the industry’s growth. From full-length features to Nickelodeon cartoons, from silent films to talkies, the film industry trajectory has been influenced by women, who have been directors, writers, actors and audience members. However, women involved in the film industry have often been celebrated more because of their appearance than their acting ability (Kaplan, 1994, p. 3). Moreover, despite certain female stars’ legendary status, the roles they played often reinforced traditional gender roles. Thus... ? HOLLYWOOD REPRESENTATIONS OF WOMEN IN 1930S ...
Hollywood Representations of Women In 1930s Film
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...1930s Film Since its inception in late 19th and early 20th centuries, scholars have categorized film industry as one among the industries that have evolved tremendously. As part of its growth, women have played a central role. The manner in which women are presented in films, show how these films are used in reflecting and reinforcing the dominant ideology. Though at first women seemed underrepresented, most of them later came up as been directors, writers, actors and audience members. Arguably, women in the film industry have often been celebrated more because of their appearance that their ability to act. In addition, irrespective of specific female stars... Hollywood Representations of Women In 1930s ...
Jazz Music in 1920s and 1930s
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...1930s New York: Jazz Music in 1920s and 1930s Introduction Jazz, a musical art, has expanded a lot from its own genre of definition, accompanied with a variety of other popular modern forms in the course. As invented by the African American societies, specifically in the south of the United States, earliest roots of jazz are found in New Orleans. In early 1920s, jazz music was spread all over in New York, where a number of bands performed on the margins of the society. Jazz was also performed in Red Light district and other illegal places during the Prohibition era, associated with the corruption of that era. However, genre such as blues and popular music including... New York: Jazz Music in 1920s and...
The dust bowl of the 1930s
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...1930s Dust Bowl refers to a term which was born by people living during the hard times marked with a great depression in the drought-stricken region. Dust Bowl was first used by Robert Geiger in a dispatch as an Associated Press correspondent in Guymon and gained popularity within a few workers making it used all over the nation. The Dust Bowl Days which is alternatively referred to as the Dirty thirties is best remembered for taking toll on the Cimarron County (Siegfried, Max, Philip, Randal, and Julio 2004). This decade was characterized with full extremes of blizzards, floods, droughts, tornados and not forgetting the very common dirt storms. The Dust Bowl caused losses... The Dust Bowl of The 1930s...
German Photomontage in 1920s and 1930s
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...1930's break with the conventions of naturalism, and why was this so [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] In what ways did German Photomontage in the 1920's and 1930's break with the conventions of naturalism, and why was this so In Germany during the 1920's, there was a wave f mass media images f the so-called New Woman. These images were seductive in their depiction f modern women as having greater mobility and sexual freedom. They were also identified as consumers f the products f a modern industrialized society. Paradoxically, the reality for the New Woman included entrapment in low... Running Head: German Photomontage In what ways did German Photomontage in the 1920's and...
The Representation of Women in Films in the 1930s
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...1930s Introduction The 1930s was a period of serious depression worldwide, both economic and spiritual, particularly because of the aftermath of World War I (WWI). All these depressions were the reason why people turned to the media to entertain themselves and escape from the problems of their tough daily routine, which saw the film industry experience huge growth. In the 1930s, film producers concentrated more on war and romance. These films relied on unrealistic and exaggerated portrayal of sexual relationships and romance to appeal the audience. The films positioned women on a narrative scale of patriarchal capitalism (Berry, 2000, p. 27). According... ?The Representation of Women in Films in the...
Hollywood Presentation of Women in the 1930s Films
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...1930S FILMS of Introduction Since theinception of the film industry in the late 19th and the early 20th century, women have played a central role in the growth of the industry. From the full-length features to Nickelodeons, from talkies to silent films, in the capacity of directors, writers, actors and audience members, the film industry trajectory has been influenced by women. The rise of the industry was as a result of women stardom. However, majority of women are celebrated more because of their appearance rather than their acting ability ("Women in Films”). Despite certain female stars’ popularity necessitating their legendary status, the various roles... ?HOLLYWOOD PRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN THE 1930S ...
Womens Rights in the 1930s. A decade of setbacks.
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...1930’s A decade of setbacks Order No.534962 May 12, Women’s Rights in the 1930s A decade of setbacks The Report of the Inter-American Commission of Women Women’s Rights in America (1979) states that the 19th amendment to the constitution was ratified by the necessary number of states and was passed on 26th August 1920. It provides that “The rights of the citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex”. Thus began the 1920s on an optimistic note. Women’s suffrage was seen as a new start for equal rights for women and the increase of mainstreaming of women’s voices in policy decisions and strategies... ? Women’s Rights in the...
The United States from the 1880s to the 1930s
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...1930s Introduction Out of This Furnace isa novel that introduces the world to the history of immigration, industrialization, labor relations and the rise of labor unions and later trade unions to fight for the rights of workers. This novel tells the story of Djuro Kracha, an immigrant in to the USA, and his successive generations, pertaining to the social, economical and the political conditions that these generations faced. Nevertheless, while focusing on the three generations, the novel tells an overall story of the industrial workers in the USA, for the period 1880s to the 1930s. Thus, this discussion covers the social... Social, Political, and Economic Issues in the United s from the 1880s to the...
The social and political films of the 1930s
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...1930s In 1930s Will Hays, head of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors Association, mentioned "No medium has contributed more greatly than the film to the maintenance of the national morale during a period featured by revolution, riot and political turmoil in other countries."(Digital History, 2006). During the Great Depression, Hollywood provided countless movies on social and politics issues of the time. Even though, Hollywood industry considered itself to be Depression proof, which was far from true. In order to finance movies and the new audio system that arrived in 1930s, the theaters invested huge amount of money reaching about $410 million... The social and political films of the 1930s...
Why Were Gangster Films So Popular in the 1930s?
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...1930s. Most of the gangster characters were shown in films as heroes or victims of a bad system, instead of being public enemies. Cinema represented current popular cultural attitudes (Shannon, 2005:48). Production Code (known as the Hays Code of 1930) – the sheer popularity of gangster film genre generated some concerns and there was a backlash against films which are in the main the cheapest form of mass entertainment that had deep influences on society... ? GANGSTER MOVIES: WHY WERE THESE SO POPULAR? (The Motion Picture Production by: ID Number of Presented Professor's Name Name of University School Location Estimated Word Count: 2,169 Due on: March 15, 2012 Introduction Man is a social animal and...
Freedom and Equality in Poems of the 1930s
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...1930s In the book A Twentieth-Century Literature Reader: Texts and Debates (Twentieth-Century Literature: Texts and Debates) by Suman Gupta, Virginia Woolf is quoted to have said that the poets of the 1930s "feel compelled to preach, if not by their living, at least by their writing, the creation of a society in which everyone is equal and everyone is free. It explains the pedagogic, the didactic, the loud-speaker strain that dominates their poetry." In other words, Woolf perceives that the works of the poets in the 1930s are outpourings of their personal convictions regarding the socio-political climate they are in. This is the reason why their poetry... Freedom and Equality in Three Poems of the 1930s ...
Maksim Litvinov And Soviet Foreign Policy During The 1930s
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...1930S BACKGROUND Maksim Maximovich Litvinov is the considered to be one of the best known Soviet diplomats during the regime of Joseph Stalin. He was remembered for brokering and initiating mutual efforts between the Soviet Union and prevailing Western powers against fascist Germany (Dunn, 1988). Litvinov was born Meyer Wallach on 17 July, 1876 to Jewish parents based in Bialystok. In 1898, he left his native Bialystok for Ukraine to become an active member of the Russian Social Democratic Labor party. During this period, he energetically recruited new members and followers in the general location of Kiev. When the party separated into two... MAKSIM LITVINOV AND SOVIET FOREIGN POLICY DURING THE 1930S...
Interwar period: Why was the Soviet intelligence of the 1920s and 1930s distinct?
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...1930s distinct? This paper is focused on the nucleus of the intelligence andcounterintelligence in Soviet Union of Russia and their role during 1920s and 1930s. Soviet Union of Russia faced threats from the capitalist world and other nations during this period and the development of intelligence was a significant feature in analyzing the actions and counter actions. 1. Introduction Geographical boundaries have been a pronominal element in the development of civilizations. Geographical boundaries have been created by man with invasions, plunders and with spree to explore the unknown. In this process nations have developed... . The focus is on the analysis of Critical analysis of the Soviet...
What was the main goals of the BBC in the 1920s and 1930s?
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...1930s? Introduction This paper will give a through insight into British Broadcasting Corporation’s goals and objectives in the early years of its inception. This paper will further give a historic picture of BBC’s purpose of existence and how this purpose has changed in its course till now. History of BBC The original British Broadcasting Company was established in 1922 by a group of telecommunications companies (including subsidiaries of General Electric and AT&T) to broadcast experimental radio services. The first transmission was on 14 November of that year, from station 2LO, located at Marconi House, London. [1] [3] [4] John Reith was chosen... What were the main goals of the BBC in the 1920s and...
Compare the royal dictatorships of two balkan countries in the 1930s
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...1930s The horrible WWI brought atrocious catastrophe in its wake. The world observed the awkward and fatal consequences of the war for the next two decades that put the economies and political stability of several European countries at grave jeopardy. The decade of 1930s was the most remarkable one in this regards, which created such a drastic and horrible situation that paved the way towards the commencing of another great war from 1939. Since Balkan region maintains distinguished place in the politics of Europe because of its unique culture, political rivalries, conflicts and ties, the significance of its geo-economic position... Comparison between Royal Dictatorships of Bulgaria and Greece During...
The rise of organized labor in the 1930s From the perspective of the early 21st century
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...1930s. The characters of the literature stir the imagination about the hardships in both farm and city life encountered during the time. As a result of the dire need and want to get out of a rutted situation, it is assumed that some, if not most, affected by the economic hardship will set out of his/her own comfort zone and use his skills... Documenting America, 1935-1943 http memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/fsaall:@filreq(@field(NUMBER+@band(fsa+8b15960 field(COLLID+fsa Documenting America is a series of photos from well-celebrated photographers during the Great Depression era. The people behind the lens captured the harsh conditions during the time. But on the other hand, the photographer owned a...
American industry during the era from the late 19th century to the 1930s
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...1930s Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 3 Influence of managers and workers for controlling level of hours, wages and work routine 3 Other techniques implemented by workers 5 Workers and capitalists been able to enlist the government in several ways 6 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 Introduction The late 19th century is undoubtedly best known in United States as the vast expansion and rise of industrial output and plant. At the time of nation’s evolution, the labour force of America has been completely altered from society of agrarian in to current industrial state. Workers and managers have fought for the level of wages... American industry during the era from the late 19th century to the 1930s...
The rise of organized labor in the 1930s From the perspective of the early 21st century
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...1930s. The characters of the literature stir the imagination about the hardships in both farm and city life encountered during the time. As a result of the dire need and want to get out of a rutted situation, it is assumed that some, if not most, affected by the economic hardship will set out of his/her own comfort zone and use his skills... ?Documenting America, 1935-1943 http memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/fsaall:@filreq(@field(NUMBER+@band(fsa+8b15960 field(COLLID+fsa Documenting America is a series of photos from well-celebrated photographers during the Great Depression era. The people behind the lens captured the harsh conditions during the time. But on the other hand, the photographer owned a ...
Why were gangster films so popular in the 1930s? How and why did their content change during the decade?
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...1930s. Most of the gangster characters were shown in films as heroes or victims of a bad system, instead of being public enemies. Cinema represented current popular cultural attitudes (Shannon, 2005:48). Production Code (known as the Hays Code of 1930) – the sheer popularity of gangster film genre generated some concerns and there was a backlash against films which are in the main the cheapest form of mass entertainment that had deep influences on society... GANGSTER MOVIES: WHY WERE THESE SO POPULAR? (The Motion Picture Production by: ID Number of Presented Professors Name Name of University School Location Estimated Word Count: 2,169 Due on: March 15, 2012 Introduction Man is a social animal and part o...
Social, Political, and Economic Issues in the United States from the 1880s to the 1930s as displayed in the novel Out Of This Fu
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...1930s Introduction Out of This Furnace is a novel that introduces the world to the history of immigration, industrialization, labor relations and the rise of labor unions and later trade unions to fight for the rights of workers. This novel tells the story of Djuro Kracha, an immigrant in to the USA, and his successive generations, pertaining to the social, economical and the political conditions that these generations faced. Nevertheless, while focusing on the three generations, the novel tells an overall story of the industrial workers in the USA, for the period 1880s to the 1930s. Thus, this discussion covers the social... Social, Political, and Economic Issues in the United s from the 1880s to the...
How did the increasing size of corporations in the US up to the 1930s affect the pattern of ownership? What advantages and disadvantages did this pattern of ow
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...1930s affect the pattern of ownership? What advantages and disadvantages didthis pattern of ownership have? Various factors allowed some of the US leading corporations to expand greatly in size between the 1880s and the 1930s to their advantage. As a whole American economy growth during this period was impressive, economic growth that contributed to the expansion of the largest corporations. The period witnessed the American economy overtaking the British, and German economies in terms of output, modern practices, and profits. US corporations were able to take advantage of high level of foreign investment, a growing domestic... 154018 How did the increasing size of corporations in the US up to the...
The banking crisis of 2007-2008 precipitated the deepest global recession since the 1930s and has led to calls for significantly
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...1930s and has led to calls for significantly tighter controls over banks’ activities. All across the globe, people have been hit by food inflation, rise in unemployment and the vagaries of weather which have disrupted growth plans and the consistency of daily life. When events like this occur, we automatically look back at the control systems that are supposed to alert us... but a combination of factors that interact or add on to the unfolding crisis and make it inevitable. Prior to the 1930s crash was the period of the Roaring Twenties, a time of unprecedented growth and stability. People had borrowed against everything they had and even resorted to margin trading to take...
The banking crisis of 2007-2008 precipitated the deepest global recession since the 1930s and has led to calls for significantly tighter controls over banks activities
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...1930s and has led to calls for significantly tighter controls over banks’ activities. All across the globe, people have been hit by food inflation, rise in unemployment and the vagaries of weather which have disrupted growth plans and the consistency of daily life. When events like this occur, we automatically look back at the control systems that are supposed to alert us... factor but a combination of factors that interact or add on to the unfolding crisis and make it inevitable. Prior to the 1930s crash was the period of the Roaring Twenties, a time of unprecedented growth and stability. People had borrowed against everything they had and even resorted to margin trading to...
What were the main economic and institutional differences between the studio system of the 1930s and 1940s and 'new Hollywood' post-1975?
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...1930s and 1940s and 'new Hollywood' post-1975? [Institution] The main economic and institutional differences between the studio system of the 1930s and 1940s and 'new Hollywood' post 1975 Hollywood has widely been regarded as the hub of the film production in the America, and across the globe. Despite of the cultural richness of the Great Britain and the super powers of the nineteenth century, the Hollywood became the symbol of exhilaration in the film world (Neale and Smith, 1998, p. 20). A lot of talent was drained from western countries and the Hollywood nurtured that talent by providing them lucrative benefits... ? What were the main economic and al differences between the studio system of the 1930s...
Outline the Soviet Union's response to the rise of fascism in the 1930s and explain the signing of the MolotovRibbentrop Pact
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...1930s, Berlin embarked on an aggressive foreign policy which included marching into the Rhineland, intervening almost immediately in the Spanish... Running Head: SOVIET UNION, FASCISM AND MOLOTOV-RIBBENTROP PACT Soviet Union, Fascism and Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of the of the Institution] Soviet Union, Fascism and Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact One cannot dismiss entirely the suggestion that Moscow continued to hope for improved German-Soviet relations until 1937 (Haslam, 1997, pp. 785-97). But this was not incompatible with a policy of co-operation with the West. The fact is that, from 1933 onwards, the Soviet government did pursue a policy of collective security which the British and French could have embraced...
Soap Opera developed from the American radio serials in the 1930s to a major global television genre. Trace it s development a
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...1930 when she pitched the idea of a daytime serial, titled “Painted Dreams”, to her network bosses at WGN in Chicago. She acquired the permission to go forward with the project, which was a huge success, but more importantly, it emerged as the first daytime soap opera in the American history (Mumford, 1995, p. 78). Particularly, Irna Phillips is credited with the creation of several other soap opera, that featured on radio and television, such as Guiding Light, Young Dr... ?Running Head: Soap Operas Soap Operas [Institute’s Introduction To begin with, Irna Phillips spent most of her career as a staff writer on a daytime soap opera but her big break through came somewhere in the summer of the year 1930...
Compare and contrast the economic downturns of the Great Depression in the 1930s and the Malaise of the 1970s from an historical perspective. What was the historical significance of each of these for the American people?
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...1930s and the Malaise of the 1970s Both the Great Depression in the 1930s and the Malaise of the 1970s served to indicate how far the economy of countries could decline. Both affected all counties, the rich and the poor, diminishing their economic capability and lowering the purchasing power of individuals as well as creating economic recession (Bernanke, 4). The level of trade, the profits earned and the tax revenue earned by the government during these periods declined, resulting to the inability of the employers and the governments pay their employees, causing an increase in unemployment (Bernanke, 10). However, there are some contrasts between the Great Depression... The Great Depression in the...
The difference in Representation and Performance in Gender in the Musical Genre of the 1930s in contrast to that of the Popular Musicals of the late 1970s and early 1980s
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...1930’s in contrast to that of the Popular Musicals of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Introduction The differences in representation and performance of gender have been to a greater extent. The 1930s era was deployed with the great depression and people were more diverted and focused on individual benefits rather than social fulfillments. This was also a pre effect of the world war and all the factors that were leading to it. However, the 1970s era was also considered as the Golden Age for the musicals and was thrived with bold and fresh energy in the movies. There mark two different timeline on musicals and how... ?The difference in Representation and Performance in Gender in the Musical Genre of the...
Munich Agreement and the Events of the 1930s
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... Topic: Europe Between the wars, 1919-1939 Dear Friends Brothers and Fellow Countrymen, Today is an important day in the history of not only France, but the entire world. Today, our nation enters the tenth month of the year 1938 with a conviction and pride that it has played its part in defending the rights of its brethren nations, and in averting war. War, my friends, is the single most devastating act that has the power to ruin entire nations of the face of this earth. We still haven’t forgotten the scars of the First World War. The mothers haven’t forgotten the sons they have mourned, the wives haven’t forgotten the husbands they have lost and we haven’t forgotten the children the war had...
Russians As the "Others" in 1920s and Early 1930s Hollywood
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...THE FREAKS: SYMBOLISM Tod Browning's Freaks (1932) is probably the most repulsive movie of all time. Presented in the wake of his earlier success, Dracula, Freaks incited a very high degree of repulsion as it showcased some severe disabled real-life people as abnormal freaks. The movie was banned in many countries and it was so obscenely terrifying that it brought an end to Browning's Hollywood career. It was largely adapted from a story called Spurs by fantasy writer, Tod Robbins. The film was revolting as it illustrated a horrible revenge sequence by the Freaks on those who had wronged them. Starring an array of real life disabled people including midgets, a legless man, an armless woman... FREAKS:...
What caused the Great Depression of the 1930s? What happened during the depression?
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...1930’s, are still being debated today while the country suffers through a similar economic situation due... The Great Depression The Great Depression officially began on “Black Tuesday,” October 29, 1929, the day the U.S. stock market crashed. However, the “crash” was caused by sources outside the control Wall Street too. Speculation and lack of regulation was not only causes for the most destructive economic failure in the history of the country. Many people lost their jobs, savings, homes and hope during the decade long economic depression. Thousands of businesses and banks shut their doors too. Both the helpful and damaging impacts of government intervention, before and during the crisis of the...
World War 1, New Deal, and Woman in the 1900,1920s. and 1930s
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... History and Political Science 22 March New Deal Franklin D. Roosevelt, a visionary politician, understood the need for radical measures to create an effective anti-crisis mechanism as well as the need to carry out social reforms that could halt the development of the protest movement in America. Roosevelt, with the help of his closest advisers, nicknamed the Brain Trust, prepared the social program which included reforming of the administrative and partly judicial power, economic planning and legislative regulation of economic relations. He explained the main objective of the New Deal in a speech to the electorate – it was a more equitable distribution of wealth and goods. The new course... History and ...
The Development of a Modern Amphibious Warfare Capability: From the Dardanelles to the 1930s
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...? The Development of a Modern Amphibious Warfare Capability September 7, The Development of a Modern Amphibious Warfare Capability RESPONSE 1 I think that the 1915 Dardanelles campaign was destined to fail and attracted a lot of controversy from the beginning. Notably, the army, army commanders, fleets, and other personnel lacked cooperation in carrying out their operations and hence the inevitable failure of the Dardanelles campaign. Indeed, if there were unity of purpose, the operation would have succeeded. Notably, the lack of sea control by the Navy on the Straits and U-boats jeopardized the success of the attack on the peninsula.1 Ideally, sea control is very fundamental in any military...
World War 1, New Deal, and Woman in the 1900,1920s. and 1930s
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... History and Political Science 22 March New Deal Franklin D. Roosevelt, a visionary politician, understood the needfor radical measures to create an effective anti-crisis mechanism as well as the need to carry out social reforms that could halt the development of the protest movement in America. Roosevelt, with the help of his closest advisers, nicknamed the Brain Trust, prepared the social program which included reforming of the administrative and partly judicial power, economic planning and legislative regulation of economic relations. He explained the main objective of the New Deal in a speech to the electorate – it was a more equitable distribution of wealth and goods. The new course... History and...
Critically discuss the positive and negative effects which 'The Private Life of Henry VIII had upon the British film industry of the 1930s.
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...1930’s Introduction The emergence and success of Hollywood and itsfame as the movie capital of the world even put the British Film industry to a heavier struggle. In the legislation of 1927 during the 1930’s, quota and quickie films were the trend of British cinema; however, it did not maximize profit since the movies were considered low-budget and of less quality. The production and showing of Alexander Korda’s The Private Life of Henry VIII reversed the monotonous British film making. Korda’s film brought the British movie industry to another light amidst the tight competition with American films, but the downside... The Effects of The Private Life of Henry VIII to the British Film Industry in the...
Compare & Contrass - the 1930 to the 1920.
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...1930s. The 1920s, popularly known as ‘The Roaring Twenties’, was an era of unprecedented economic prosperity and industrial advancement. Various industries - such as the automobile industry, the telecommunications industry and the industries dealing with consumer appliances (vacuum cleaners, electrical heaters etc.) - greatly prospered in this era. In effect, for the urban American, the 1920s was a manifestation of financial security and innumerable opportunities- the two essential requisites for realizing The American Dream. However, The American Dream that was realized in its entirety in the 1920s underwent a drastic reversal in the 1930s. The beginning... ?Compare and Contrast the 1920s to the 1930s....
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...1930s Films Noriko Sakamoto Contents Proposal for Research Essay: Portrayal of Women in 1930s Film 2 Annotated Bibliography 3 Introduction 6 Representation of Women in 1930s Film 6 Portrayal of Women in 1930s Film 8 Real-life Roles of Women in 1930s Film 10 Criticism of Women’s Roles in 1930s Film 13 Conclusion 13 References 15 Proposal for Research Essay: Portrayal of Women in 1930s Film This research paper will examine how women were portrayed in 1930s Hollywood, using Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933) as a framework for exploring this topic. The project will comprise five sections and an introduction, while the first section will explore... the representation of women in 1930s...
Western Civilizations History
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...1930s and the reactions of the western democracies to those actions? What lessons might the western democracies have learned because of the 1930s and their reactions to aggression? Democracy is a form of government that allows all eligible citizens equal opportunities in making social, economic and political decisions affecting their lives. Democracy allows eligible citizens equal participation by electing their preferred representatives in planning, development and creation of laws of their land. Dictatorship is the opposite of the democracy, where the citizens are not allowed any freedoms. Hitler was a German... DRAFT How do you explain the actions of Hitler and Mussolini and Tojo throughout the...
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...1930s Film Proposal for Research Project—Portrayal of Women in 1930s Film In this research project, I will examine the many different ways that women have been portrayed in Hollywood film. I will explore how women were portrayed in 1930s Hollywood, using Gold diggers of 1933 as a framework for exploring this topic. The project will comprise five sections and an introduction. The first section will explore the representation of women in 1930s film, concentrating on how women were objectified. The second section will focus on how 1930s cinema, pre-code, portrayed women as having to choose between a career and love. Section 3 will look at the role of women... ? Hollywood Representations of Women in 1930s...
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...1930s Film Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Representation of Women in 1930s Film 3 Portrayal of Women in 1930s Film 5 The Real-life Roles of Women in 1930s Film 6 Criticisms of Women’s Roles in 1930s Film 8 Conclusion 9 Bibliography 10 11 Proposal for Research Project—Portrayal of Women in 1930s Film 12 Annotated Bibliography 13 Introduction Since its inception in late 19th and early 20th centuries, scholars have categorised the film industry as among the industries that have evolved tremendously, and women have played a central role in this growth. The manner in which women are presented in films shows how these films are used to reflect and reinforce... ? Hollywood Representations of Women in 1930s...
Research proposal and outline
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...1930s. 2. Can a friend take matters into one’s hands to justifiably rationalize the survival of another? 3. The comparative symbolism between men as rational beings and mice as unthinking creatures. Background Information The novel written by John Steinbeck entitled Of Mice and Men became a best-seller in its time due to the controversial nature of the discourse depicted by the characters and the plot of the story. Though the themes manifested in the novel are analogous to ordinary dreams and plans of simple folks, diverse events led to unexpectedly tragic results... Research Proposal: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Proposed Research Topics The apparent unequal role of women compared to men in...
Cradle Will Rock
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...1930s when Cradle Will Rock was created. These differences from 1930s and today would make the development of a large-scale government-sponsored national arts program possible. The obvious differences include government economic capacity to spend, absence of government paranoia against communism and people’s greater awareness for the arts that it would surely gain public support. Developing large-scale government-sponsored national... Teacher Cradle Will Rock Despite mounting government budget deficits, it is still possible to embark on large-scale government-sponsored national arts program in today’s United States if the government really wanted to. America today is entirely different from the...
Art and Tourism
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...1930, and 1970, which is a period when tourism and vocation was considered an element of expenditure1. Key points Furlough argues that vacation in France turned into an object of mass consumption, it was subjected to mass culture and attained social entitlements on political grounds. She also points out that during 1930s to 1970s... ART AND TOURISM Visual Arts and Film Studies Furlough focuses on analyzing Siegfried criticism on modern tourism, thereby considering it to be a besmirched aspect of cultural and social democratization. Moreover, this Siegfried’s criticism is presented on a narrative, which sought to provide evidence supporting the decline of durability in the mass tourism, which was...
Hollywood Representation of Women in 1930 Film
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...1930 Film of Introduction Since the inception of the film industry in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, women have played a central role in the industry’s growth. From full-length features to Nickelodeon cartoons, from silent films to talkies, the film industry trajectory has been influenced by women, who have been directors, writers, actors and audience members. However, women in the film industry have often been celebrated more because of their appearance than their acting ability (Kaplan 1994, p. 3). Moreover, despite certain female stars’ legendary statuses, the roles they played often reinforced traditional gender roles. The purpose... ? Hollywood Representation of Women in 1930...
Imagine the date is March 4,1933 adn you have just been innagurated as the 32nd President of the US. What is the first thing you do as President? Why?
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...1930s, slavery was alive and well, having been re-instated after the Civil War and having still a few more decades before it would become illegal. It was in the thirties that the morality and humanity - or lack thereof - became clear in the acts of slavery... Presidency in 1933 The is March 4, 1933, and I have just been inaugurated as the 32nd President of the United s. The first thing that I would do as President is issue a ban against slavery and the oppression against the groups of people that were feeling it most. The reason I would choose this as my first act of duty as President is because I feel that the slavery movement went on much longer than it should have, which is to say at all. During the 1...
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