Three Oral Interviews

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Interviewing different people from three decades was very interesting and enlightening. Each individual had a different story to tell.
Contrast the three oral interviews you conducted during Lessons 11-13
Beverly taught about life in the 1950s. Beverly wasn’t like a lot of young women in the 1950s because she married a year after graduating high school. She married in nineteen fifty- nine. Domestic Revolutions said, “Young women began marrying immediately after high school.” Terry educated about life in the 1960s. He said, “He was in his second year of college at California State University, when he became a young father on August 25, 1972.” Domestic Revolutions said, “The trend toward postponing marriage, combined with increased rates of college attendance and divorce, meant that
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She majored in Home Economics and received a Bachelor Science degree. Domestic Revolution said, “Instead of taking jobs or pursuing their education, more and more women considered being a housewife a full time career. “ Domestic Revolutions also said, “Two out of three women who entered college dropped out before graduating.”
Terry wasn’t married until he was in his forties. Domestic Revolution said, “Men and women who failed to marry or who resented their family roles were denigrated as maladjusted or neurotic.” Everyone in Ephanie’s family received at least their bachelor’s degree. Ephanie said, “One of my sisters and my Mother both have their master‘s degree. “ “My Mother went back to college after thirty years to get her master’s degree. “ “She went back to college after seeing her daughter obtain her master’s degree.” Domestic Revolutions said, “The portion of bachelor’s and master’s degree received by women rose from 24 percent in 1950 to over 40 percent fifteen years

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