Sociological Images Of The South Analysis

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The South has long been regarded as the most religious and indeed raciest part of America. These of course leads back to the colonial era with its slave culture. This image of the South as a narrow minded, coloured divided society is luckily slowly about to change. It is easy to pass judgment over a society or a selective grope of people based on outer influences like TV, radio and other medias. Sometimes we almost get the impression that little to nothing has changed in the South sociologically shines the 1920, the way the South is depicted in some movies and TV shows. Though you do have a movies and books that try to counter these images, like the ever famous “To kill a Mockingbird”, by Harper Lee, and the less famous “Fried Green Tomatoes

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