American Families In The 1900's

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American Family American families has changed drastically since the 1900’s. There are changes to our economy, food, jobs, education, family lifestyle, religion, technology and healthcare just to name a few. While we have made huge advancements; there are also many short comings that we are experiencing every day. Many of the changes has either helped or hindered the American people. The topics that will be the most advantageous or disadvantageous to children are healthcare, marriage, divorce, and technology. During the 1900’s the United States was effected by major health issues such as typhoid, pellagra, and goiter. Many of the diseases were caused by poor hygiene, poor sanitation, poor nutrition, poor maternal and infant health and unsafe…show more content…
Digital technology has completely changed the world for the good and the bad. The disadvantage that technology has brought and will bring in the future is that people will rely on it too much. Books are becoming non-existent, people are not communicating face to face, we are no longer using paper and pencils, and social media is taking over the world. However, it is up to the adults to monitor and limit the use of computers, T.V., mobile phones and video games. The advantages to technology is important dealing with education because it can promote new and fun ways someone to learn and easier access to researching…show more content…
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