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...urban area is characterized by dense human settlements and infrastructure they include cities, towns, and shopping centers and to some extent village settlements. On the other hand, cities are a picture of sophistication modernization and urbanity ideally. Indeed, unsophisticated people are referred to as provincial, meaning, not from the cities, while urban means sophistication. Furthermore, cities are melting points of culture, and many of them are cosmopolitan areas with a populace consisting of cross-cultural groups living together, this is especially in large cities such as New York. Many cities are founded based on industrialization and/or trade since with many... According to my point of view, an...
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...urban development, urban transportation planning, urban and landscape infrastructure and services, city planning process. I found these subjects very interesting.  After my graduation I worked as a planning engineer with the Ministry of Transport. The work experience I gained during that period helped to strength my specialization, improve my research skills, integrate my knowledge, and build my leadership skills... Why I chose architecture and planning?  I cannot give a simple answer for that. Maybe it was because since childhood I have liked painting and construction and have yearned to create things on my own. It seems that architecture and planning can satisfy my imagination in terms of space,...
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Urban Politics
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...urban politics, within political scientists, whether it is nationwide or within various nations, resembles the study of national politics with one critical exception. In the urban and comparative fields, scholars are usually adept in knowing one of the localities really well. From academic disciplines to culture, history, language, customs, social structures, political drivers, and international concepts the scholars are well aware of that. To attain such level of knowledge and wisdom the political scholars have to develop strong connection to their locality to know more and more about them. As in the case of the scholars of urban politics, the aggregated... Introduction The study and researches on...
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Urban sociology
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...URBAN SOCIOLOGY: Q2. In urban sociology, we study human society in urban settings. What do we mean by the word urban And to what extent does the urban setting shape the social life which occurs within it INTRODUCTION: Urban sociology is the study of social life in urban areas which can be defined as that which is characterized by high population density. Urban areas are characterized by high population levels which are caused by rural urban migration, according to Ferdinand Tonnies he contrasted two types of human social life and...
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Urban Legends
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...Urban Legends Urban legends are the stories you've probably hear from your neighbors and friends from time to time, read them in the newspapers, on some websites or even get them by e-mail. For to get acquainted better with this phenomenon let's first recall some definitions of this phenomenon. An entry in Wikipedia states that "Urban legends are a kind of folklore consisting of stories often thought to be factual by those circulating them. Urban legends are sometimes repeated in news stories and, in recent years, distributed by email. People frequently say such tales happened to a "friend of a friend" - so often, in fact,...
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Urban Design
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...urbanized from the erstwhile rural and suburban regions. It would be worth mentioning two books that played a leading role in changing the suburban designs, namely ‘The Last Landscape,’ by William H. Whyte, which was published in 1968, and the other book named ‘Design with Nature,’ by Ian McHarg. These books helped in designing the fifth urban design principle. As per the principle, new development work should start only if it would not create any major disturbance to the ecology of the region. Any such construction work should be in sync with the natural environment... Influence of Modern Planning Principle The influence of modern planning principles can be seen in cities when they were becoming...
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Urban Policy
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...Urban Policy Planning: Ventura County Transportation Commission Urban planners play a vital role in the policy decisions that are made related to various issues of concern in a large city or town. As this report has stipulated, planners do not necessarily make final decisions, but they do carry a great deal of weight in discussions that take place with government and state officials. In the end, urban policy and planning remains a politically charged process that can result in shifting priorities with changing administrations in an area. Urban planners, therefore, must be flexible in their approach and be willing and...
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Urban Problems
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...Urbanism Two European sociologists, George Wirth and Louis Simmel take interest in the study urban way of life in simpler terms urbanism.As cited in Simmel & Wirth, while Simmel related urbanism to money, his counterpart Wirth linked the urban way of life with organization of social groups. Louis Wirth was one of the Chicago school scholars who wrote a paper in urban sociology, precisely on urbanism as a way of life. According to Wirth, urbanism is determined by the population density and the heterogeneity of the individuals within an urban setup. He...
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Urban machines
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...Urban machines Urbanization is the general process of leaving the ancient way of life and adopting the modern life characterized by advanced technologies. By 1900, cities developed due to the economic as well as technological evolutions. More industries were built in centers having large populations where workers to labor in the manufacturing firms where housed. The centers had railway lines to ensure easy mobility of raw materials and finished products. More people also settled along the shores and river fronts due to easy transport. By 1887, electric car by Frank Sprague was the major transport mode in the cities; this replaced the ancient horse transport. Skyscrapers were... Urban...
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Urban economy
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...Urban Economics The division of labor is a determinant in the growth of a because it dictates the type of economic activity that the city thrives on. A city with good transportation structure will attract a bigger population which means big economic activity and ultimately a city’s growth. Accessibility is closely related to transportation hence the world biggest cities have embraced this ideology to ensure growth. Specialization is the ability of cities to effectively manage their resources to ensure development for instance labor specialization. Land prices fall because of the increase of transportation cost to the city cores where main economic activity is. The...
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Urban Decay
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...Urban Decay Urban decay is defined as the process which sees a previously functioning or even a part of one such city falling into a state of disrepair and decrepitude. This means that its infrastructure leaves many a souls to seek understanding from. Its condition is such that it can only enact a level of mediocrity within its ranks. One should believe that condominium in-filling is one of the ways through which urban decay can be combated at full throttle and the lives of the people be made easier who are living within its domains. The urban decay regimes have come about in full circle with the advent of the condominium realms. The condominium in-filling has meant that a series... ID Lecturer Urban...
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Urban Health
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...Urban Health Urban health involves the wellbeing of the people who live in cities and towns sharing common water supply and the same environment. These places are commonly residential residences with high populations. According to World Health Organization, urban areas are unhealthy for human lives in that they are characterized by traffic jams, violence, pollution, social isolation for old and young families and diseases such as pneumonia, TB and diarrhea. Moreover, diseases such as asthma, cancer, diabetes and cancer are common in urban centers. The environment where people live determines their health so much. It is...
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Ghettos (Urban Geography/Urban Planning )
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...Urban Planning “The cry of the ghetto is being heard by a nation with its fingers in its ears.” Barbara Sizemore said this in reference to the poor condition that ghettos are in, and the help that they require in terms of better urban geographic planning. The term itself refers to a minority that lives in poor and overcrowded conditions due to economic, social or legal problems. The main motive of this paper is to thus provide a solution for the improvement of these areas and to inculcate them into proper urban planning. Ghettos need to undergo planning structures so that people living there are not pressurized into living in the worst of conditions like... . This is because not much has been...
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Urban economics
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...URBAN ECONOMICS SUBMITTED BY: INTRODUCTION Urbanization indicates the economic development of a country. Sustainable development is the need of thehour in all types of activities. Although the path of sustainability is a difficult one, yet it is approachable if pursued in an appropriate way. Sustainable transportation system ensures building of a society that acts as backbone, which supports economic growth through assisting people access their jobs and services easily. If the city is well-planned and laid out properly, urbanization will lessen the overall pollution levels and will preserve the surrounding areas, but unfortunately, most...
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Urban poverty
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...Urban Poverty Introduction The following work is aimed at giving a realistic idea about the urban poverty, analyze them and provide the plausible solutions for the problems posed in these areas. The work also aims to discuss the different solutions that were provided in the past to solve poverty in urban areas. Finally, the report details about the possible solutions given by several critics that could be implemented in near future. According to Power and Houghton (2007), interlinking of surrounding neighborhoods with city centre would be ideal for a country like Britain to solve urban poverty issues. A detailed...
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Urban Planners
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...Urban planners Urban planners are professionals who operate in the field of urban planning with the aim of maximizing the efficiency of a community'sinfrastructure and land. There work is to formulate plans for the management and development of urban areas. They use this plans to analyze the compatibility and use, as well as the social, economic and environmental trends. While developing their plan for a region, planners must take wide range of issues into consideration. Such issues include air pollution, sustainability, crime, traffic congestion, land values and zoning codes (Smith, 2006). These planners are normally...
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Urban planning
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...urban areas are answerable for making arrangements for the prosperity of their natives. This Housing Element sets onward the Citys strategies and definite projects for helping, for safeguarding and upgrading neighborhoods... General plan of of San Luis Obispo- Housing Element The s General Plan has been reformatted and revamped to make it less demanding to discover, analyze, and upgrade strategies and projects. It doesnt change Council received arrangement; however numerous arrangements and projects have been renumbered for a more predictable configuration and appearance. Because of the records extensive size, the sections and vast maps are incorporated as independent documents to make them simpler to...
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Urban revolution
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...Urban Revolution of the eleventh and twelfth centuries lead to the decline of feudalism in the Middle Ages. With the emergence of urban societies, the feudal system was making function of society intolerable. To accurately define urban, Webster's dictionary states it as, "of, relating to, characteristic of, or constituting a city"("Urban") and revolution is defined as "a fundamental change in political organization; especially : the overthrow or renunciation of one government or ruler and the substitution of another by the governed."("Revolution") Thus, the Urban Revolution can then rightfully be taken as a political change from one government to the emergence of cities. Evaluating that time...
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Urban Regeneration
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...urban regeneration policy from 1977 to the present day Introduction Urban landscape has been undergoing rapid transformation in the UK. Industrialization and commercialization of businesses accompanied by new construction techniques and materials have changed the way our buildings were built and the way they formed an implicit part of our urbanization. Rural and suburban migrations have implied an implicit pressure on the land available for urbanization .As a result of which urban extents of main cities are expanding fast into suburbs and rural areas causing more dislocation and accompanied problems. Thus... ___________ ____________ ____November 2007 A critical essay on the evolution of urban...
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Urban sociology
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...Urban Sociology The concept of urban sociology deals with evidence adduced from experiments and is often characterizedwith theories and hypotheses. It is also uses observation as a means of understanding particular phenomena. Therefore, in the larger philosophy of falsifiability, for instance; a statement can be proven as false. This often requires a certain level of demarcation distinguishing the veracity of statements when they come in conflict with observation. On the other hand, scientific consensus involves the total agreement in form of position and judgment of certain scientists in regards to a field such as urban sociology (Doyal...
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...Urban sociology: Question When the says that the urban environment is largely a mental construct, it means that people interpret the environment around them according to their individual minds. For example, some people may view a city as an emblem of utopia, while others may see the same city as an example of dystopia. A city is like an ambiguous image which is open to multiple interpretations on a perceptual level. Some of the most important factors which create differences between people in context of their environmental cognition are related to how much knowledge people actually have, how they organize their information, and what socioeconomic status they possess. Not two people can... 30 May Urban...
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Urban Studies
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...urban land use Conflict over Glen Cove Introduction Located in the Carquinez Strait is a fifteen-acre shallow recess that is home to variety of both plants and wild animals. The area has numerous native plant species including pickle weed and bulrush among many others. The shallow recess has a beautiful shore life that teams with diverse aqua life a feature that makes the strait a lucrative business potential for urban planners. The business potential the area possesses has been a major cause of conflict with the local communities. The Greater Vallejo Recreation District decided to tap on the business potential by setting up a recreational park in the area much to the chagrin... of the local...
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Urban Planning
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...Urban Planning Question Urbanization is the process by which a population becomes concentrated at a single general location while sub-urbanization is the growth, in terms of population size and number, in areas adjacent or within the city limits. Urbanization is promoted by the availability of social amenities like housing, schools, jobs, security and many other factors depending on the needs of the population involved. Sub-urbanization is promoted by worsening conditions in cities and towns, which prompts people to move away from the city in search of better services, and conditions. Question...
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...URBAN STUDIES Urbanization is a term that means different things to different people. It appears everywhere and is almost taken for granted. Urbanization is a process of development in terms of production and capital, and standardization of consumer tastes and their legitimization, and awareness in health sector. The Megalopolis is defined as a group of urbanized areas that is extended from Boston to Washington D.C. which was considered as the main street of America. From 1950's through 2000 there were drastic development that changed the whole scenario of the Megalopolis. From 1950 to 2000 there was certain increase in...
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Urban Tourism
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...URBAN TOURISM Urban Tourism Field Report Insert Insert Grade Insert 17 November Table of Content Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………3 Literature review………………………………………………………………………………5 Methodology……………………………………………………………………………………6 Results and discussions………………………………………………………………………..10 -results………………………………………………………………………………….11 -discussions………………………………………………………………………….…11 Conclusions …………………………………………………………………………………...15 References …………………………………………………………………………………….17 Urban Tourism Field Report 1. Introduction Tourism involves movement to another place for leisure, business, or recreational purposes like site-seeing, and seeing, meeting, and experiencing other cultures (Azizi, 2011... ?Running head:...
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...Urban Planning Urban Planning Questions Qn Differentiate between Urbanization and sub-urbanization (pay particular attention to graphs we discussed in class.) There are different conceptions from people regarding the model of urbanisation and what it entails. On one hand, there is a conception that urbanisation is the increasing of the area of land being developed for urban use, which is the notion of urbanisation under the physical sense; while another conception of the term urbanisation is in regard to a social process in which people adopt attitudes and behaviours that were similar to the conventional behaviour practiced in cities notwithstanding the place they could... PUP 301: Introduction to...
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Urban sociology
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...Urban Sociology Project Introduction In this project, I will address the areas and the ideas that I have collected as they relate to urban sociology discussed in the course. The work entailed going to the ground i.e. the districts that I will use for my work to see the traces of history and establish how symbolism is manifested in the way the people live. The project is bound to analyze symbolic interaction in the districts that I will embark on in my study. The project will look at the way symbolism is manifested in the way people live and the things that can be used in the area under my scope to identify or link the people to the regions. Social psychology... Rainer Soenargo Robert Goldie LA 359 Urban...
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Urban Sociology
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...Urban Sociology The control of the landscape is distinctively divided in two categories ly; marginal and prime spaces with each stratification having a set of moral orders that regulates its social grouping. The differences in the land occupancy not only arise from social interaction, but also political nature that is superimposed on the local moral statutes and orders. It is these moral orders that give rise to marginal and prime spaces. The major difference between prime and marginal spaces is the fact the tramps are not allowed accessed to the prime spaces given that the prime landscapes are only associated with the top political and socio-economic class (Duncan 164-5)....
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Urban Sprawl
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...urbanization "Our choice of lifestyle, that stubborn adherence to the wrong remains a significant barrier to the improved health and prosperity of individuals and families as well as to the viable future of our communities and country." (Farr 41) As people yearn for healthier, happier, and independent ways of living they need to look into the effects of such a resolution. A major trend that is happening now is the expansion of dwellings and man's entire future. "Land use is a human modification of land" ("Land Use") or natural environment, such as wilderness, which is turned into a built environment of pastures, residence and industrial locations, or fields... . This may seem to denote...
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Urban Sustainabiliy
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...urban sustainability" from the journal of social issues. People are sculptors of their own fates and ways of living according to the minds and hearts they have got and according to the relations between what they have and what they are earning to get. Urban places are valued for their well structure and being especially in places where first world nations could attract people from all over the world with certain capabilities and abilities to thrive the nation widely and give them in return the fantastical type of life they have never dreamed of in their countries. Another reason to live an urban life... Critique paper (APA) on the "inhabitants and experts assessments of environmental quality for urban ...
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Urban Sociology
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...Urban Sociology Distinguish between the term Sociology and Urban sociology? Sociology is a discipline that deals with the general but systematic study of individuals in groups. The study involves examining the social life, social causes, and the social changes. Sociology argues that human behaviors are social and thus studies the structures that enhance sociability which include groups, organizations, and societies. On the other hand, urban sociology entails studying how humans interact in metropolitan areas. Urban sociology entails understanding how conditions that characterize the urban life affect human...
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Ghettos (Urban Geography/Urban Planning )
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...Urban Planning “The cry of the ghetto is being heard by a nation with its fingers in its ears.” Barbara Sizemoresaid this in reference to the poor condition that ghettos are in, and the help that they require in terms of better urban geographic planning. The term itself refers to a minority that lives in poor and overcrowded conditions due to economic, social or legal problems. The main motive of this paper is to thus provide a solution for the improvement of these areas and to inculcate them into proper urban planning. Ghettos need to undergo planning structures so that people living there are not pressurized into living in the worst of conditions like... . This is because not much has been...
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Urban Politics
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...Urban Areas The Effect of both and Federal Policies and Programs on Poverty in Urban Areas Introduction In a 2015 report on poverty in the United States that provided an analysis of the poverty levels in the country as at 2013, Gabe (2015) notes that an estimated over 45.3 million people across the country were categorized as being poor under the guidelines provided for by the official poverty measure. Although this figure represents a drop from the 46.5 million people that were estimated to be poor as at 2012, Gabe (2015) argues that the poverty levels in the United States have remained statistically unchanged as the poverty rate... The Effect of both and Federal Policies and Programs on Poverty in...
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Urban policy
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...urban policy: New York Times view s When journalists are blamed on writing something inappropriate, they are most likely to answer, “We simply respond on a social request”. Being commercial enterprises from the very beginning, mass media indeed, are orientated on social interests. Thus, changes in urban society can be viewed through changes in information published in a newspaper of a particular city. The most important, however, are opening pages: they are first to draw attention, and thus, opening pages are for the most requested topics. In current essay three New York Times’ issues (on October 1, 1858, July 1, 1919 and September 1, 1970) are compared on a subject of urban policy within... New York...
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Urban enclaves
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...Urban enclaves, as defined by Mark Abrahamson in his book Urban Enclaves: Identity and Place in America contain three important characteristics. Theresidents share distinctive status important to their identity. The enclave contains specialized stores and institutions that provide local support for its member's lifestyles. There is a strong tie between lifestyle and geographic location (Abrahamson 13). The aforementioned features have an impact on actions of those considered to be 'outsiders'. Law enforcement in any community is generally viewed negatively by those who are not part of the criminal justice system. Therefore, law enforcement...
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Urban Health
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...urban center discourages the use of the stairs thereby sustaining obesity in both adults and children. The small playground in schools also discourages extensive physical activities both in the schools and in at home. This therefore encourages the poor lifestyles that enhance the prevalence of child obesity (Farooqi, 2005). Planning of the borough of Lambeth facilitates the spread of child obesity. Urban areas have numerous distinctive characteristics most of which facilitate the spread of contagious diseases and prevalent of accidents two features that command strategic management and planning in order to curb the spread of such. An urban center is a small densely... Child obesity in Lambeth...
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Urban Tourism
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...URBAN TOURISM By College Department 10 October Introduction Over the last few years, an extensive amount of research has been carried out on the growth of urban tourism, as well as its effects on the neighbourhoods. While most of the research regarding urban tourism has concentrated on the cities, the regions mostly affected by tourism are the neighbourhoods. The recent scholars have raised their focus on the development of tourism in the urban neighbourhoods. The discussion below on tourism development on a high-income society of Glasgow shows the relationship between tourism and the neighbourhood in terms of social,...
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Urban renewal
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...Urban Renewal There was a lot of interesting things in the TED talks by Majora Carter and Kent Larson. Kent Larsons talk was a bit hard to follow because he never really talked about anything specific but kept talking about what could be done and got a little bit technical when he was specific. Majora Carters talk was a lot more interesting to me personally, since she used her own experience of her life to make a very easy to understand explanation of what environmental justice is and why it should be something everyone cares about. One of the most interesting things to me was the way Majora Carter talked about how rich peoples decisions had hurt her community in the past... PROF TED Talk Reflection...
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Urban education
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...URBAN SCHOOLS By: ID: 09046450 Tom Burns Module Urban Education Module No ES2004N Date: Introduction According to Brown (2004, p. 266), urban centres in UK are diverse both in population and the culture of the people. This is reciprocated in the schools and this calls for the educators to be responsive to the diverse needs of their students. This paper will set out to discuss the effective pedagogies for educating young people in an urban context. Pedagogy was derived from Latin and it widely used in education sector to mean methodologies of giving instruction, learning and all other aspects in teaching. Teaching pedagogy Urban areas have high population density... and they include towns...
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Urban economics
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...Urban Economics Contents: Introduction: 2 Median Location Model: 3 Median Location Model is based on a few assumptions; the inputs required by the firm exists everywhere, the consumers buy fixed amount of goods and the consumers are distributed along a line, the marginal cost of transport is constant and the firms usually make separate trips for the customers. The firms minimize transport cost by locating at the median of the customer distribution line. As for example, pizza firms make a number of trips in order to serve the customers at various locations. Plants are not created at each and every place in order to reduce the production cost as well as the cost of shipping...
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URBAN GEOGRAPHY
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...urban segregation in cities. Thepaper explores the conceptualization of segregation and discusses how it manifests in the context of the USA and more specifically in the context of Detroit city. Then it moves on to explore the numerous reasons that make segregation a continued reality in urban areas, in spite of the massive political and governmental thrust toward integration. It puts forth the argument that factors like racial stereotyping, urban real estate practices, and the industrial culture of Detroit act in a complex manner to perpetuate the continued segregation of the city... Introduction This paper presents a discussion on the various historical and socio-cultural factors that give rise to...
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Urban Sociology
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...Urban Sociology - Population and the Third World - Table of Contents I. Introduction …………………………………………………………… 3 II. Impact of Population Growth with High Poverty Rate in Africa …. 3 III. The Nature and Possible Causes of Urban Sociological Problems in Africa ……………………………………………………. 5 IV. Severity of Constantly Increasing Population Problem and its Impact on the Local, Regional, National and Global Economy ….. 7 V. Recommended Ways on How to Combat the Population Growth Problem ……………………………………………………………….. 8 VI. Conclusion ……………………………………………………………. 9 Table I – Complete List of African Countries, Population, and Internet Users ………………………………………………………10 - 11 References... ...
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Urban Health
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...urban health issue which has to be prevented. To elaborate on the effect of TB and why it has grown into an urban health issue, this study text will highlight the emerging TB issue in Europe, particularly the United Kingdom. The discussion will argue on the perspective that immigrant populations contribute to its increase, as is observed in the New Ham region of the London Borough. Tuberculosis in Newham is at an alarmingly high rate (Howes 2013, p.136). The following study text will critically examine the prevalence of tuberculosis within Newham in comparison to other boroughs... THE PREVALENCE OF TUBERCULOSIS AMONGST ASIANS IN LONDON BOROUGH OF NEW HAM By Introduction Tuberculosis is an infectious...
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Urban planning
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...urban transportation planning have been largely based on exogenous variables (Federal Highway Administration A-1). These variables included population, employment, income and land use (Federal Highway Administration A-1). Once these variables... 1 Transportation planning: induced demand. Think about traffic movement after some freeway constructions The term induced means that the condition is caused by a particular condition indirectly. In the context of traffic flow this term means when a highway is improved especially when its capacity is increased it results in more traffic that chooses to use this road than if the highway had not been told in first place. In economics this is known as demand...
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Urban Sociology
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...Urban Sociology The three main qualities a street must have in order to handle strangers safely are having a definite demarcation of what is public space and what is private space. An example is the Lower East side of Manhattan Street where a woman through a window informed the author of no buses passing through barely a minute of his stand at the bus stop. The second quality is the presence of eyes belonging to the natural perpetrators of the street upon the street. The streets of North End Boston is an example where the streets are free of crime due to the presence of shopkeepers and residents watching the streets as they do their business and ready to help each other before it is too late...
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Urban economics
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...URBAN ECONOMICS affiliation The economy growth of Calabasas, CA is highly attributed to the manufacturing industry. Someof the variables that are highly traded in the country include the automotive parts, tire stores, and accessories business. Other businesses within the same line of business include the automobile dealers, motor vehicle dealers, and also gasoline and motor oil. The population of the country is also a significant factor in the economic growth especially in the line of labor capital and labor market. The above mentioned variables can well be compared to other cities that falls within the surrounding of Calabasas, CA. For instance, there are 2 the...
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Urban Anthropology
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...Urban Anthropology According to Sanjek "before the next century is out, Americans of African, Asian, and Latin American ancestry will outnumberthose of European origin. ((Sanjek) This statement has many implications. The approaches to stratification in urban life when coming to this statement. Sanjeck's concern in "Future Ahead of Us All" is essentially what the implications of this mean. In addition the approaches used will be compared and contrasted in the context of Sanjek's research. This book encompasses a look at urban anthropology in Elmhurst-Corona's social and political life from the 1960s through the 1990s. In this book Sanjek...
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Urban tourism
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...Urban Tourism 3 3 Marketing Management 4 3 Paris 7 3.2 Dubai 8 4 Conclusion 10 References 11 1 Introduction Increasing worldwide visitation and foreign travel has given tourism a unique status as, not only an extremely lucrative industry, but one with continued growth potential. It possesses almost limitless growth potential, both as an income and a job generator. Accordingly, many countries, both developing and developed, are actively engaged in the integration of the tourism industry in their socio-economic development projects and in the promotion and support of their tourism industry. World Tourism Organisation facts... Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 2 The Economy of...
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Urban Tourism
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...Urban Tourism Introduction Nothing can be more interesting than being a host for a couple during their tour, more so in Auckland. My task for ten days was an interesting and memorable considering the couple in this case were my own parents. Combined with the thrill of hosting my own parents and touring them around Auckland was my in-knowledge of their likes, dislikes, and wishes when it comes to matters of choosing tourist destinations and fun activities. Nothing could have been more enthralling to plan than the ten day event. My parents both emanate from a middle class society and share a myriad of likes. Most notable is their mutual love for shopping activities and it...
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Urban planning
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...Urban Planning For my project I decided to attend the Planning Commission meeting. The planning commission has a duty to review, analyze and make recommendations to the council in regards to use of land and other development related issues (Steiner, 67). The commission holds public meetings in this regard and members of the public are encouraged to attend and air their views. This commission meets on the 1st Wednesday of every month at the Municipal center in the Town of Gilberts, council chambers, 50 E Civic Center drive. I attended the meeting that was on this month on 5th March, 2014. The meeting starts at 5.00 p.m. From my first impression, the meeting was going on smoothly although... Urban...
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