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The Roaring Twenties refers to the decade of the 1920s in Western society and Western culture.It was a period of economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States and Western Europe, particularly in major cities such as Berlin, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, New York City, Paris, and Sydney. In France, the decade was known as the "années folles" ('crazy years Location: Western nations. The Gay Nineties is an American nostalgic term and a periodization of the history of the United States referring to the decade of the 1890s.It is known in the United Kingdom as the Naughty Nineties, and refers there to the decade of supposedly decadent art of Aubrey Beardsley, the witty plays and trial of Oscar Wilde, society scandals and the beginning of the suffragette movement.

If a story set during the Gay Nineties takes place in the western part of the United States or Canada, the Twilight of the Old West trope often comes into play. See Also: Regency England, Victorian Britain, The Gilded Age, The Edwardian Era, The Roaring '20s, The Great Depression, The '40s and The '50s, and also Two Decades Behind. Find answers for the crossword clue: Gay 90's and Roaring 20's. We have 1 answer for this clue.

Gay 90's and Roaring 20's -- Find potential answers to this crossword clue at crosswordnexus.com. Crossword Nexus. Show navigation Hide navigation. One panel is headed "The Gay '90s." It portrays developments in the 1890s. Another panel is titled "The Roaring '20s." It is devoted to the 1920s. Which theoretical perspectives in psychology should appear in each of these panels? Select one: a. Gay '90s: functionalism; Roaring '20s: Gestalt psychology b. Gay '90s: behaviorism; Roaring '20s.

Donna-Lynn is preparing a visual display of psychology's early history. One panel is headed "The Gay '90s." It portrays developments in the 1890s. Another panel is titled "The Roaring '20s." It is devoted to the 1920s. Which theoretical perspectives in psychology should appear in each of these panels?