Film Analysis: Economic Development Challenges In The Film

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would also be able to see what worked and what did not work based on the received collected data. Another evaluation strategy would be to measure performance. This could be done by seeing if the created tasks were completed, how they were completed, and how long it took to complete them. This is beneficial in evaluation because if the created tasks were completed then the objective they were created for was also completed. This will allow me to see what was successful and could be used again and what was unsuccessful. The final evaluation strategy I would use is to formulize change. This would allow me to come up with new strategies or tasks to use in order to reach the objective. By creating changes, it will allow me to instate new …show more content…
One economic development effort was the rebuilding of the homes in the community. This increased property value and increased value in the area overall. With the rebuilding of the community, the Roxbury area is now worth more to live in than it previously was. This is beneficial to both the residents and the city’s government. Many residents also reached out to banks in order to take out loans and afford the newly built homes in Roxbury. This increased the number of homes needed to be built since residents were now able to purchase and afford a home. The homes were also affordably priced for the economic level in that area. This meant that residents who previously couldn’t have afforded adequate housing were now able to. The rebuilding of the community also increased employment. By building community centers and businesses, residents were able to receive jobs that were once not present in the area. This will help to raise the economic level in that …show more content…
The first effort was seen in election of board members for DSNI. Instead of a group of people picking members they found favorable, they community was able to vote democratically on who they believed the board members should be. The board members all represented a different culture present in the community. So therefore, there were African-American, Caucasian, Latino, and Cape Verdean representatives on the DSNI board. This allowed every culture to feel a part of the change occurring in the community and to bring that culture to the changes that were occurring. Another effort that was undertaken was the cultural pride and festival that the community held. This parade and festival allowed each community member to celebrate their culture and share it with other community members of different cultures. This brought the community, who was full of differences, together in harmony. The final effort that was made to enhance cultural pride was the use of all three languages, English, Spanish, and Cape Verdean, to bring the community together when news was present, protests were occurring, or informational pamphlets were being issued to residents. By having their spoken language present, each resident was able to participate in the tasks the DSNI was creating and working

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