Claudia Boyer

The television was a major impact in the 1950’s through the 1960’s. The first reasons are social and economical. The television had a major impact on the social and economical on the people because, of the housewives. In the article, 1950'S Housewife Stereotypes, it discusses the stereotypes of the housewife. For example, they are cooks, maids, mothers and wives. For me personally, I would think that would be a very difficult job. I mean, you have to take care of two or more children meanwhile, you have to be making breakfast. Economically wise, the women were targeted in advertisements. Whether that’s a vacuum or a fridge, the companies wanted to make these jobs easier on these women. I think that is great for both the women and the economy. Could you imagine your house never being vacuumed?! I would definitely suffer majorly with the pet hair problem. I’m just thankful that we have a vacuum.



Television was also a major impact in the 1950’s through the 1960’s. The last reasons are political and diplomatic. The television had a major impact on the political and diplomatic impacts. In the John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon Debate, it shows how make-up can cover up anything. It also showed how confident they were. We use make-up in our everyday lives. It also can make us feel confident about ourselves. Whether it’s just to hide a blemish or just to make yourself feel good.

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