Midterm Review - Domestic Containment-Ideology in the 1940s...

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Domestic Containment-Ideology in the 1940s to 1960s that stated a woman’s role should be inside a household as mothers, housewives, and a devoted wife. The organization man-A management book that pointed out that Americans were developing more of a collectivist ethic instead of maintaining their rugged individualism. It was thought that organizations and groups reached goals better than individuals. The male gaze-the idea that everything on television was seen through a male’s perspective (sexualization of women) and how women needed to constantly be self aware of people looking at them Wylie a generation of vipers- Wylie states that moms, because they had modern technology to do their work for them, had too much time and were corrupting America and how they were over-babying their children which led to a generation of homosexuals and delinquents. Mrs. Daytime consumer-TV programs that targeted women by producing shows that required little attention so they could do housework while watching TV. The Family Circle-advertisements that showed a family sitting in a semi circle around the TV to show that TV brought the family closer together but it also showed the wife often in the kitchen which showed the divided social spaces TV caused.
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