How were marriage and family viewed in the Euro-American settlements and colonies, and the early American republic?
How did slavery shape society’s views of “normal” sexuality?
How did increased immigration and changes in technology alter ideas of “normal” sexuality in the early 20th century?
How did societal norms regarding gender roles and intimate relationships change before and during the 1950s and 1960s in the U. S.?
What are significant challenges to normative sex and gender roles in America from the late 20th to the early 21st centuries?
These may be primary or secondary sources:
Below are some typical primary source items from a variety of library databases that could be interpreted to answer some of the questions posed on your syllabus for the final paper assignment.
Examine the language used in different eras and think about how you might construct a search to reach similar or different items.
Chicago style and Turabian Style are the same thing! Turabian is an adaptation of Chicago intended for student use and it requires page numbers and URLs that are sometimes optional in the version of Chicago style used for print publications.