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The belief that people could change their fate of the after life by living by rules in their present lives. ex. (ban of alcohol, no adultery, etc)
Separate spheres are how women and men fit into society at the time of the early 1800s. Women could not be involved in politics and they were useful for only caring for the children and the house work. Men were dominant and they could be involved in politics and have jobs. Men could be involved in abolition against slavery but it was looked down upon for women to do so even though they did.
How did the American social reform movement evolve out of the Second Great Awakening?
Well the second great awakening was were people began to believe in evangelicalism which is the belief that you can change the fate of your after life by living by the rules of your present life. The Social Reform Movement evolved out of this by people trying to ban things like alcohol (temperance movement), prostitution, etc.) Society became a better place because people began to behave.
How did the social reform movement of the early 19th century affect women, children and the family.
-People began to view a child's upbringing as essential for them to lead a good christian life
-People began to marry for love
-Separation of sphere (woman does household work and child caring and man provides for the family and is involved in politics.)
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