Section 1: Society in the 1920s The 1920s marked a period of rapid social change in the United States.
Flappers A new type of young women: rebellious, energetic, bold, fun-loving, and risque were known as flappers. African American Great Migration Many African Americans moved from the South to northern cities, the Great Migration. Growth of the Suburbs As cities grew and transportation improved, many Americans began to move into the suburbs. Amelia Earhart In 1932, Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic.
Jack Dempsey Famous boxer, Jack Dempsey, beat Georges Carpentier in 1921 to become the world heavyweight champion. George Herman Babe Ruth Most famous of all athletes during the 1920s, and possibly all U.S. Women in Sports People from all aspects of life began to participate in sports, including women. Mass Media New and improved methods of film, print, and broadcasting created the birth of mass media, communication with large audiences. Newspapers and Magazines Newspaper print and circulation roughly doubled between 1914 and 1927. Radio In 1920, engineer Frank Conrad set up a radio transmitter in his garage and began sending recorded music and baseball scores over the radio. The Jazz Age (Jazz was) an expression of the times, of the breathless, energetic, superactive times in which we are living. Jazz Arrives Jazz music grew out of African American music of the South, a mixture of ragtime and blues. Jazz Clubs and Dance Halls Harlem becomes a popular Jazz area, with roughly 500 jazz clubs.
Thanks to the richness of the new recording media of film, phonograph, and glossy magazine, the imagery of the 1920s remains deeply etched on the popular memory.
The field of Arochology that is very similar to Reflexology is a technique named Reflex Stimulation.
A reflex action, also known as a reflex, is an involuntary and nearly instantaneous movement in response to a stimulus.

In Baby and Infant Massage we concentrate on the reflexes usually only observed in human infants. The field of Arochology which links with Acupressure is the study of Reflex Stimulation and the use of pressure on specific parts of the body e.g.
This technique is very helpful to treat substance abuse and drug addiction such as drugs, alcohol and smoking. Referring back to substance abuse and drug addiction, a combination of techniques are used in any one treatment, such as lymphatic drainage, detoxification, psycho analysis, etc. Arochology is a multi-disciplined profession in which  a variety of skin and body conditions are treated in a holistic and health-related manner. The stretch reflexes (often called deep tendon reflexes, though not to be confused with Golgi tendon reflexes) provide information on the integrity of the central and peripheral nervous system. While the reflexes above are stimulated mechanically, the term H-reflex refers to the analogous reflex stimulated electrically, and Tonic vibration reflex for those stimulated by vibration.
Automatic behavior, or self-acting, is the spontaneous production of often purposeless verbal or motor behavior without conscious self-control or self-censorship. Automatic behavior can also be exhibited whilst in the REM state ─subjects can hold conversations, sit up and even open their eyes.
Newborn babies have a number of reflexes which are not seen in adults, referred to as primitive reflexes. The candidate who wishes to be free from drug addiction is taught a method of thinking similar to subliminal thinking. Such as in Somatology, a holistic approach is the cornerstone of all treatments, where all aspects of the individual are taken into consideration, i.e.
Generally, decreased reflexes indicate a peripheral problem, and lively or exaggerated reflexes a central one. Others of these involve just a couple of synapses to function (eg., the withdrawal reflex). This condition can be observed in a variety of contexts, including schizophrenia, psychogenic fugue, epilepsy (in complex partial seizures and Jacksonian seizures), narcolepsy or in response to a traumatic event. Those acts are considered sub-conscious as most of the time the events cannot be recalled by the subject. The New York Times wrote in July 1920, the American woman… has lifted her skirts far beyond any modest limitation.

Most working women were young and single, but by 1930, 29% of all working women were married. Early on, most women either did not exercise their right to vote or voted in patterns similar to men.
Youth in rural areas were needed for farm labor, urban youth were more free to attend school into their teenage years.
Heavy commercialization increased both the audience and revenue of athletics, turning sports into big business.
He played professional baseball and went on to be a professional football star in the 1920s. Many upscale clubs were attended primarily by wealthy whites, but the jazz was played almost exclusively by African Americans. When not dancing or kissing, the carefree flapper and her boyfriend were commonly depicted seated in an automobile, for the motor car was another key symbol of the so-called 'Jazz Age'. A simple definition; Aromachology is the study of aromas while Arochology is the study of ultimate health. Processes such as breathing, digestion, and the maintenance of the heartbeat can also be regarded as reflex actions, according to some definitions of the term. However, it doesn't just stop there because the study tries to find out the benefits of the different therapies to man. Between 1913 and 1928, the average amount of fabric used to make a womans outfit went from 19.5 yards to 7 yards.
Example: in NYC, Manhattans population decreased, but the suburb of Queens population doubled. Most popular of jazz dance forms was the Charleston, a wild, reckless dance full of kicks and twists and pivots. Many rural Americans viewed the cultural changes occurring in cities as immoral, dangerous, or corrupt. Early movies were silent, The Jazz Singer becomes the first successful sound film, a talkie.

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