How did the automobile affect where some people chose to live in the 1920s?
Urbanization was already occuring, especially in the "Roaring Twenties", but the affordability of cars and the availability of jobs for (predominantly) white families, most people chose to live in the cities. Most notable during the time were Philadelphia, Chicago, and New York.
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it made it a lot easier to go places. it made it a lot easier to go places
people in the 1920s lived in jungles and stuff because like they needed the resources but if you were like royalty then like you could live with queen victoria and stuff becau…se you were worthy of not being a peasant in a jungle.
The mass production of automobiles in the 1920s provided a muchneeded boost to the economy. There was an increase in employment inautomobile manufacturing plants.
most of them lived in or on plantations
Radio would have functioned much as the internet would have today. It was the main source of news and would have been a driving force for the spread of opinons and ideas. Th…is was also true with the invention of the printing press and newspaper. The major difference would have been that the concets were transfered in only one direction. Another very important issue was the level, quantity and quality of music and entertainment changed. Before radio music was a local issue and talent. You could not hear an actual symphony in Boone, Iowa for example. Listening to music before radio was (for the most part) a social experience. You went to a friends home to listen to him lay piano or to a very limited selection of records. Radio allowed the transmission of much higher quality music that you had no control over, to be sent to your home.
Many Americans lived on large plantations.
Wherever they want to.
Automobiles let people travel farther distances and explore. The automobile businesses created many jobs too. The bad part is that they had no idea that much pollution were cr…eated by cars.
The mass production of automobiles in the 1920's affected the economy of the United States because mass production made technology affordable to the middle and lower classes b…ecause the mass production made it cheaper and quicker to build so more people could afford them. Because of this it developed all sorts of businesses that required transportation. The automobile industry's effects contributed to the construction of highway buildings, motels, service stations, used car dealerships and new housing outside the range of mass transportation.
so that they will be more surrounded by people, near to places, etc.
Having automobiles changed the way people lived because of not having to walk every where, they could carry more (because of seats and the boot)! hope this helped :)
Before the invention of the car the city center was the only shopping and entertainment centers. The nice homes were on the edges of the city center and everyone was in walkin…g distance to what they needed. Many store owners lived over their shop, business, or store. It was all centralized. After the car people could move away from the city center, buy houses further away, and shop away from the downtown sections. As people moved urbanization began and people could buy land further and further out of town. They were to become the future subdivisions and malls. Not only could people move but they could see other places and things. This made them view the world in new ways and have new experiences. In the 1950's the federal freeway system was begun which added to the ability for people and products to move at a faster pace. Combined with this was the introduction of the TV to the American household. Windows to the world were opened and now people could view other places and people from their living room. The car could take them to see some of these places as well. Factories were built away from the town and the people living in the new suburbs could get to work on the new freeway without the worry of the bus or train schedules. This created a better standard of living for all as more factories were needed for the new products and more trucks were used for shipping those products to stores. More people were able to get work to work in the factories, haul the goods, and work in the stores or to build the houses and malls. So, it continued until the last few years when many factories closed down so they could be moved overseas and put people out of work. The ripple of what we see today in work and business began and continues. Just think it all began with the car.
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In Decade - 1920s
pollution , lack of aerodynamic shape of automobile , oiling system ws nt proper, speed , inlet nd exhaust system ws nt proper....
In Decade - 1920s
Young people became more independent. They started going on dates, and let them be rebellious and go to movies and dances. It also changed architecture (garage) and made roads…, increasing business.
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Floods may occur infrequently. For this reason settlers mayoccupy flood plains inadvertently. . Some flood plains have rich soils. The most famous of these, atleast in the We…st, is the Egyptian flood zone.
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I'm assuming that your question is asking, in all religions who choose to live secluded lives. In the Catholic Faith there are those who are hermits who have chosen to live… alone away from civilization. Nowadays some hermits live close by each other, but not with each other, just in case they need help, take ill, etc. There are also cloistered; nuns who live in a community together, but never go out into the world. Then there is the monastic life, which is the same as the above except these are called monks. Some pagan religions have people who live similarly. They stay in their temples in prayer constantly, some choose also to live alone for religious purposes, and some refuse to be involved in worldly affairs by living strict lives. I hope that answers your question. These are really the only religions that I know for sure that have people who live "secluded lives". It's possible that there are others who have chosen for their own personal reasons to live secluded lives as well. Also, I should have mentioned above that pagans and Catholics also live secluded lives for different reasons as well. People of all kinds of faiths may do similar things, but not for the same reasons. For example, way back in the day, some pagans lived secluded lives because they were forced to, others voluntarily. Catholics have always voluntarily lived secluded lives, as the Church refuses to allow people who are being pressured or forced into it to live a secluded life. It must strictly be of that person's own free will or the monastery, convent, or hermitage will not and should not accept them.