Changes In American Culture In The 1930's

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Many people come from vast variety of cultures that consists of different ideas and beliefs. In today’s culture we tend to live in a fast paced, growing environment. Sexism has been very controversial topic for decades and gender roles have been changed drastically throughout the past decades. People in America in the 1930’s were very conservative and had strict rules and ideas that had to be followed. The moment a male or a female did anything out of their gender’s role; it was misunderstood and looked upon as a sin. Scout being a female in the 1930’s required her to be a home doing all the housework, putting on dresses to make sure their figure was still intact. SInce Scout, was more of a rebel and wanted to be herself and do things women…show more content…
“People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.” ― Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird . This quote stands a lot for sexism. People generally see what they look for, like gay and lesiand, etc. Are mostly not what they are looking for like Male or Female. IN the 1930s you were most likely be judged for like another women and male of your own sex. Now if we see that some places don’t like. American Culture in the 1930s was small because you had big money in the beginning and then hit the Great Depression and to see sexism was like a black guy raping a white women.Scout in book tells that she might now like women's but acted a little…show more content…
Her mother died, her dad named Atticus is a loyaler, she has a brother named Jem. But, in the end they judge because of the way she dresses, or the way she talks,even the color of her skin.“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” ― Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird. Now people are okay with the fact that sexism in society is normal they are going to be more that male or female. Some people like Cait are role models of what we are going to expect in society. The persecution back then and now are way different. We understand that and back then it was non-normal. It will be normal if scout dresses different then what societal expected in the

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