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    are both forms of living in a house that you pay for. The biggest difference is that you own one forever until you sell it, and the other you rent it for however long you need it for (Bostock). What does renting a house really mean? It means you pay rent for a house, apartment, etc. When you rent a house there are certain rules that you must follow. The renter you are renting from can create their own rules and their own price for you to pay for this place to live. If you do not follow these rules you can be evicted from…

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    documentary video, “Poverty of American Children” could be identified as the theme better explained the subject of Interest. Poverty, redundancy, absence of education, Depression, insufficient food and health insurance are the basic issues discussed in the documentary. Stats of sixty thousand bankrupts in Iowa last year with the economy declining, Increasing number of homeless people because of house rent. A record of sixteen million kids affected. One out of twelve Americans are jobless and…

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    ReseCan we continue with the Great Australian Housing Dream or are there more sustainable options to support family wellbeing? This is important in Australia because of population growth, housing affordability and the impact of wellbeing on families. Research has shown that if we all want to keep living on quarter acreage blocks, there is not enough room for affordable housing and not having enough houses means that people and families can and will end up living on the streets. To make more…

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    The setting of this play mainly took place in the small apartment of South Chicago. Hansberry used this apartment to depict the struggles the Younger family faced when it came to finances as well as social class among white people. The family of five had three of its members, working in order to pay the rent for their apartment, Mama, Ruth and Walter. During her youth, Hansberry’s mother was a school teacher, while her father worked in the real estate business (Louis- Jacques, p2). Both of…

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    Urban Ghetto Analysis

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    Waquant analyzed is focus on the political dimension decision that are made end up being at less part of second stages of modern urban ghetto refer to the ghetto jobless called the institutional ghetto sometime its called the communal. For example, this is where The Raisin in the Sun took places portrays a poor African-American family living in a small apartment the South Side of Chicago in the housing and there not enough space or room. The adult in the household all have a job and get paid…

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    They are Erickson’s 7Th stage: Generosity vs stagnation, and the 8th stage: integrity vs. despair. Generosity vs stagnation is experience by people in middle developmental period, it is the need to contribute to society, usually though family or work. In this case study it states Beatrice would send money back home, and Beatrice was very focused on the advancement of her career so she could be a registered nurse. Even though, she was working long hours, very active in the church, serving as a…

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    Buying vs. Renting a Home: Which Should You Choose? Buying a house is a goal for many, and it’s a great dream to strive for. However, sometimes it really is better to rent a home than own one. How do you decide which one is right for you at this stage in your life? Use this guide from the Degnan Group to compare buying vs. renting a home to understand the pros and cons of each option! Why You Should Rent a Home Sometimes, renting makes more sense than buying a home. Three reasons why you may…

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    Buying a House or Renting a House Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience that buying a home will be more helpful to them then renting a home or apartment. I. Introduction - Attention: A) Open with Impact: Remember that time when you were asked what kind of dream house would you like. As you were thinking about your house and put it down, you forgot all about it because you were too focused on school work than understanding how to live your life. Now you are all adults, and now that dream…

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    Renting Vs. Buying When it's time to grow up and make big, kind of life changing decisions, there are a lot of different aspects to look at. There are a lot of different possibilities in those aspects as well. One of the most important things in life is having shelter, so when you’re older, you’re going to have to be able to provide yourself with a place to live. With that decision, you also have to consider other things. What can you afford? Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years?…

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    The reading, “Stupidity ‘Deconstructed,’” was an eye-opener to me, because it offered me an understanding to a topic that I’m familiar with but can’t quite grasp. Kati, the author, talked about how stupidity is synonymous with the working class in this society. Kati realized that the working class, herself included, are not stupid. Stupid vs smart was concept created by the middle- and upper class to keep a certain elite-ness to themselves, to create exclusivity. Kati went to the extend of…

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