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How did the radio affect America in the 1920s? | Reference.com

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The introduction of the radio into American society in the 1920s made news, music and entertainment accessible to the masses and helped to unify Americans, ...

The 1920s - Popular Culture - The 1920's

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The 1920's was a great shift in American culture. ... What was the impact of radio and movies on life in the 20's? How did the airplane change society in the 20's and what impact did Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic have on society?

How Radio Changed Everything | DiscoverMagazine.com

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May 31, 2007 ... Radio has transformed society three times, not to mention giving birth to the entire field of electronics. Perhaps no invention of modern times ...

Movies Become Big Business in the 1920's - VOA Learning English

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Dec 7, 2010 ... It also brought great changes in American society. ... Some of the most important changes came as a result of the automobile and the radio.

The Influence of Radio and Television on Culture, Literacy and ...

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Oct 28, 2012 ... The Influence of Radio and Television on Culture, Literacy and ... In fact, silent films showed so much promise in the educational ... Children who listened to educational radio encountered views of society that were much different than the ... During WW2 many people believed that America's victory was ...

Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass ...

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Describe the effects of radio on the spread of different types of music. Analyze the ... Since its inception, radio's impact on American culture has been immense.

American History: Lost in the Stars: Movies Become Big Business in ...

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May 10, 2006 ... As automobiles helped Americans spread out, the radio helped bring them closer together. ... But the effect was similar to that caused by the automobile and radio. Parts of American society were becoming more alike.

Radio in the 1920s

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Emergence of Radio in the 1920s and its Cultural Significance ... Between 1923 and 1930, 60 percent of American families purchased radios. Families gathered ...

The Formation of Modern American Mass Culture - Digital History

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Many of the defining features of modern American culture emerged during the 1920s. ... homes during the 1920s, none had a more revolutionary impact than the radio. ... Movie attendance soared, from 50 million a week in 1920 to 90 million ... in an increasingly impersonal, bureaucratic society, and sports provided them.