From Front Porch to Back Seat: Courtship in Twentieth-century America Character Descriptions

Beth L. Bailey
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American Youth Culture

Prior to the early twentieth century, this social category did not exist.

American Media and Social Scientists

The author is relentless in her emphasis on how this group affected the development of courtship throughout the twentieth century.

American Parents

The norms of this group were reflective of the norms they grew up with.

College Students

The individuals of this group became trend-setters in the twentieth century, and their setting became experimentation grounds for new social practices which would eventually spread to the broader population.

Beth Bailey

This author of the book is a social and cultural historian at Temple University.

The Gentleman Caller

Historically, this individual would bring a calling card to the home of a girl he was interested in.

This individual in the dating system was initially the one in the most demand for dates.

Pressured Women

This group was...

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