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Works Cited, Picture and Media Credits, and Resources Used




Endnotes

  1. John Willard.  How to Stay Married. (Indianapolis: Bookwalter-Ball-Greathouse Printing Co., 1934), 153.
  2. Rae André. Homemakers. (London: The University of Chicago Press, 1981), 28
  3. Margaret E. Sangster. The Art of Homemaking. (New York: The Christian Herald Bible House, 1898), 112
  4. André,44
  5. Joanne Meyerowitz,  Beyond the Feminine Mystique: A Reassessment of Postwar Mass Culture, 1946- 1958The Journal of American History, Vol. 79, No. 4. (Mar., 1993): 1455.
  6. André, 44
  7. Regina Kunzel,  Pulp Fictions and Problem Girls: Reading and Rewriting Single Pregnancy in the Postwar United States.”  The American Historical Review, Vol. 100, No. 5. (Dec., 1995): 1468
  8. André, 44
  9. Neil A Wynn,  The 'Good War': The Second World War and Postwar American Society.” Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 31, No. 3. (Jul., 1996):475
  10.  Ibid.
  11. André, 21
  12. Ibid.
  13. George Lipsitz, Class and Culture in Cold War America. “A Rainbow at Midnight” (New York: J.F. Bergin Publishers, Inc., 1981), 235.
  14. Willard, 42.
  15. Lipsitz., 234.
  16. Elizabeth Miller Walsh,  Women in Western Civilization. (Cambridge: Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., 1981), 283.
  17. Lipsitz, 234.
  18. Nancy Walker, “Humor and Gender Roles: The "Funny" Feminism of the Post-World War II Suburbs” American Quarterly, Vol. 37, No. 1, Special Issue: American Humor. (Spring, 1985): 101.
  19. Meyerowitz, 1459.
  20. Ann Shearer, Women, Her Changing Image: A Kaleidoscope of Five Decades. (Rochester: Thorsons Publishing Group, 1987), 53.
  21. Ibid.

Bibliography

André, Rae. Homemakers. London: The University of Chicago Press, 1981.

Coffee, Lenore J. and Engstrand, Stuart. Beyond the Forest Directed by King Vidor. 97 minutes. MGM, 1949.

Gwartney-Gibbs, Patricia A., Lach, Denise H. “Gender and Conflict in the Workplace: Toward New Theory  Gender and Workplace Dispute Resolution: A                   Conceptual and Theoretical Model” Law & Society Review, Vol. 28, No. 2. (1994): 265-296.

Konner, Lawrence and Rosenthal, Mark. Mona Lisa’s Smile. Directed by Mike Newell. 117 minutes.  Tristar Pictures,2003.

Kunzel, Regina.  Pulp Fictions and Problem Girls: Reading and Rewriting Single Pregnancy in the Postwar United States.”  The American Historical Review, Vol.         100, No. 5. (Dec., 1995): 1465-1487.
 
Lipsitz, George.  Class and Culture in Cold War America. “A Rainbow at Midnight”  New York: J.F. Bergin Publishers, Inc., 1981.
 
Meyerowitz, Joanne.  Beyond the Feminine Mystique: A Reassessment of Postwar Mass Culture, 1946- 1958The Journal of American History, Vol. 79,No. 4.        (Mar., 1993):1455-1482.
 
Sangster, Margaret E.  The Art of Homemaking.  New York: The Christian Herald Bible House, 1898.
 
Shearer, Ann. Women, Her Changing Image: A Kaleidoscope of Five Decades.  Rochester: Thorsons Publishing Group, 1987.
 
Walker, Nancy. “Humor and Gender Roles: The "Funny" Feminism of the Post-World War II Suburbs” American Quarterly, Vol. 37, No. 1, Special Issue:                 American Humor. (Spring, 1985): 98-113.
 
Walsh, Elizabeth Miller.  Women in Western Civilization. Cambridge: Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., 1981.
 
Willard, John.  How to Stay Married. Indianapolis: Bookwalter-Ball-Greathouse Printing Co., 1934.
 
Wynn,  Neil A. “The 'Good War': The Second World War and Postwar American Society.” Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 31, No. 3. (Jul.,                             1996):463-482.

Media Sources

Home Page:

Photo accessed online
  1. www.inform.umd.edu/HONR/HONR269J/.WWW/projects/hchunt/main.htm

Women At Home:

All photos accessed online
    1. www.inform.umd.edu/HONR/HONR269J/.WWW/projects/hchunt/goodwife.htm
    2. http://vintagesewing.info/candidates.html  
    3. www.lib.uiowa.edu/iwa/exhibits.html
    4. www.inform.umd.edu/HONR/HONR269J/.WWW/projects/hchunt/paper.htm

The Working World:

All photos accessed online

  1. www.uwec.edu/Library/archives/filing.htm
  2. www.wmmbam.com/1950.html
  3. www.wmmbam.com/1950.html

Roles in the 1950s:

All photos accessed online
  1. www.fiftiesweb.com/families.htm
  2. http://fsweb.wm.edu/amst370/2001/sp2/50sWomen/WomenAtHome.html
  3. www.inform.umd.edu/HONR/HONR269J/.WWW/projects/hchunt/main.htm
  4. http://jurassicpork.tripod.com/namethatcapper2.html
  5. http://64.49.219.172/greerschool.org/arcjobs.html
  6. www.stfx.ca/people/nforeste/308website/canadianwomenpictures.html
  7. http://hhs.usd308.com/archives/then&now/Pages/t&nfh.html
  8. http://64.49.219.172/greerschool.org/arcjobs.html
  9. http://stellargraffiti.com/My%20Pictures/

All Video Acessed from the Internet Archive: www.archive.org

Internet Achive

Videos used:
  1. Cooking Terms and What They Mean
  2. Easy Does It
  3. The Bright Young Newcomer
  4. I Want to be a Secretary
  5. Supervising Women Workers
  6. Choosing for Happiness
  7. The Home Economics Story (Part 1)
  8. Why Study Home Economics

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Rachel Leslie  
History and Film 200
Fall 2004