THE US 1865 TO PRES
THE US 1865 TO PRES HIST 2057
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Date Created: 10/13/15
The Devil s Gentleman Harold Schecter s The Devil 3 Gentleman examines the most sensational trial of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries Schecter is not an academic historian and this true crime trade publication is intended for a general audience not necessarily for a collegelevel history course Nevertheless The Devil 3 Gentleman says a lot about the culture of the late Victorian era Have fun reading the book but pay attention to the important points it makes about the following situation and issues of the time How important were class difference in New York society What was the state of the medical profession and the pharmaceutical industry 0 Not well devolped and did not have cures for most things Technology What characterized professional journalism How did journalists get directly involved in criminal cases 0 Yellow journalism was popular and anything was said about the cases True and false They reported non stop They painted pictures but in words to people The newspapers conducted their own investigations into criminal cases interviewing witnesses tracing leads shadowing the police In one instance a newspaper even funded an investigation When it came to the trial the newspapers presented it more as a play than as a real event What were the widespread gender expectations of the day and how well did Blanche and Roland fulfill those expectations 0 For women who did not attend college life was much different Many single middle cass women took jobs in the new cities Clerical jobs opened as typewriters became indispensable to the modern corporation uppermiddleclass women Many of these women had received a college education and felt obliged to put it to use About half of the women in this demographic group never married choosing instead independence How important was celebrity culture in the United States How did the MolineuX trial change the justice system
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