Midday: Turkey with chicken in salad, one mug lettuce, half cup chopped carrots, 2 ounces grilled chicken, 8 ounces of cranberry juice. Dinner: Grilled chicken on pasta with marinara and spinach, 2 cups cooked spaghetti, two tablespoons mozzarella cheese, 1/2 cup pasta sauce, Day two: AM: 2 low-fat waffles, whole-grain treat, peanut butter one tablespoon, sliced banana one cup, blueberries half cup, a teaspoon of honey in 1 cup green tea. Lunch: sandwich and salad, ¼ cup chopped green pepper, 1 cup romaine lettuce, ¼ cup feta cheese, two tablespoons low-fat dressing sandwich, 1 table spoon low-calorie mayonnaise, 2 slices bread. Dinner: Seasoned tilapia, 1 large sweet potato, margarine one tablespoon low in fat, 1 tablespoon natural sugar, 250 ml milk. Day three: AM: Toasted whole grain muffin with 1 tablespoon margarine, 1 orange, 6 ounces reduced-fat yogurt.
First of all, the Victorian Era included many changes in clothing and fashion. For example, what the present day population considers dresses were a separate bodice and skirt during the Victorian Era (Monet). What this shows is that not all of women’s clothing was the same as it is today, which infers that women’s
Crime and Punishment in the Victorian Era According to BBC History, Jack the Ripper was responsible for five brutal murders in the Whitechapel area of London between August and November 1888. During the Victorian Era, crime was common in the United Kingdom. Theft, prostitution, and fraud were common crimes during the era. Being accused and found guilty of a crime may have led to hard labor, where many died before their sentence was over, or executed. Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens, was written and takes place in the Victorian Era, giving an insight to some of the crimes that occurred in Victorian England.
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We spend our everyday life in a constant routine, most of the time without ever making changes. This may include our justice system, sports, and our dress. Other countries do have a twist on their version of society and certainly England was a “source of inspiration,” according to an article by Nagel, for those searching how everyday life in the Victorian era was different. Typically no one questions this, but have you ever wondered what life in the Victorian era was like, or maybe if it was just like ours? As the Victorian justice system was still in works, numerous murder cases went unsolved and the police continued to battle to reduce crime.
Daily life was very different from now. Health, social classes, and fashion are just three examples of how daily life was different in the Victorian era. One of the many ways the Victorian era may stand out from today 's daily life would be the overall health. During this time life expectancy was very much shorter than it is today. This is because of the way diseases were spread, conditions people lived in, and the treatments for illnesses.
In today’s social and cultural convention, expressing one’s true self or individuality is greatly encouraged. Most societies support individuality for all people. However, sometime before our modern era, the Victorian period’s social and cultural norms say otherwise. Only men were aloud to do public works and have a vast range of privileges; women were left with no choice but to stick to domesticity if they are married or they can work as governesses or school teachers if they are not. Since the Victorian era consisted of radical transformations in England under Queen Victoria’s reign, in addition to these gender roles, social class segregation became extremely apparent and conservative laws became more prominent to resist the drastic changes
The Victorian Age was from 1830-1901. Society was still defining who women were. People also questioned if women were inferior to men. At this time, women were valued for beauty. Other aspects of the woman (like their jobs or social standing) were ignored.
Issues ranged from women’s rights to child labor and had received nominal attention until writers brought them to light. The Victorian period was the first, in a long series of steps to social diversity. It was during a time where literary criticism was becoming more prominent, and social class was an ever growing
The sack also contained a dog, a rooster, a viper and an ape. 2.1.2 Death Penalty in Great Britain. The history of capital punishment in the United Kingdom is centuries old. It started with death penalty for all possible crimes to only some crimes leading to execution and to finally being abolished. In the eras of kings, death executions were inhuman, degrading and ways to show the supremacy of the king.