Social Norms In The 1950's

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The movie’s setting was in the 1950s – 1960s. As I mentioned earlier about Sandy’s sleepover with other Pink Ladies, as she tried a cigarette for the first time and did not liked it. But on that time, trying cigarette and a series of disco parties back at that time were actually social norms. If the story took place during this time, then they won’t be smoking around the house or going to drive-in movie theatres. I will be mentioning about drive-in movie theatres in a moment. In addition to smoking parties and trying a cigarette culture, there were such thing as drive-in movie theatres on that time, in which people drive their cars to an open space area and watching a big screen from their driver seats. One scene was where Danny drove Sandy to a…show more content…
He gave his class ring to Sandy, then later, Danny unexpectedly touched Sandy after discussing about Rizzo’s unprotected sex with Kenickie, then Sandy screamed and ran away. Danny lost Sandy again and broke up at the scene. Ultimately, the drive-in was one of the social norms during the 1950s and the 1960s, a scenery when Danny dated with Sandy at the drive in was an example of a social/cultural context during that time. The next one I would like to talk about is one scene where Rizzo had unprotected sex with Kenickie. According to my brother’s environmental studies classes, the world’s
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