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    areas (Roh & Choo, 2008). With the new era in crime brought a great demands to focus on the suburbs area describe as zone of commuters predominately composed of the white middle class people (Roh & Choo, 2008). Since the 1950, the population grew with poor immigrant workers moving into the inner city seeking employment, and the older residents moving into residential environments leaving the social characteristics of suburbs to become diverse (Roh & Choo, 2008). The growth changed the structural features of the suburbs resulting in numerous social problems such as crime, disorder, unemployment,…

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    Homer Hoyt recommended that numerous urban areas were sorted out in divisions, and that the prime reason for such sectoring was financial statues. This was a useful commitment however like the Chicago model, it at last neglected to represent the many-sided quality of urban life. An extra commitment was Harris and Ullman 's numerous nuckei hypothesis. This model relinquished any thought of a deterministic example to urban improvement. It held that zones, segments, and even the CBD were variable,…

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    Unit 7: Written Assignment According to the readings, studies and researches recommended for Unit 7 assignments and others, the following write-up are come about in response to the questions provided by the course instructor. These are follows in relation where I was raised up, my family generation and the present environment where I live now. Considering the concentric zone model of urbanization, what type of zone were you raised in? Using the concentric zone model (Burgess, 1925), I was…

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    This lower budget means that small departments can put less officers and less vehicles on the roads. Having less officers means that the departments must break its jurisdiction into larger zones and may not be able to place more than one unit in each zone. This means that officers are further away from back up and response times may be longer than those experienced in the city. Rural departments are unlikely to afford specialized units meaning that bomb disposal, drug cases, and special victims…

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    to be found in the conventional, civilized world. The scenes that take place outside the Zone are painted in a condemning light. The home of the Stalker, the building and town in which he resides that is slowly exposed to the viewer in the beginning portion of the film, is depicted as an empty, hopeless place. The incentive for this portrayal is the origin of this place’s ruin. While the Zone represents a more organic decay, demonstrative of the inevitable continuation of life, this place is the…

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    PE Coursework Strengths The sport I have chosen is football. One of my main strengths (components of fitness) in football is my speed. The definition of speed is the ability to move quickly across the ground or moving limbs rapidly to grab or throw. In football, you use your speed for e.g; When you’re attacking and you are dribbling past a defender, you can use bursts of speed to blow past him. This means I get closer to the goal and have a better chance of scoring for me and my team. Also,…

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    nutrients and lack of diversity within the competition of space and lack of predators. Despite these favourable characteristics, certain limiting factors prevented the organisms from inhabiting the site. Perhaps the most crucial limiting factor was the substrate. Since barnacles secrete an adhesive onto solid rock to withstand high velocity waves and remain sessile, a porous substrate disabled the organism to effectively attach itself to its substrate. Another factor was the competition…

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    also sounded like a freight train coming to hit us. Only a few minutes later and the rain had started. It was as if the rain had made us perform better. On our very next drive, our quarterback Tucker throws a bomb to Patrick ending up as a touchdown. Failing to get the extra point it was now 14-6 we were leading. With only a couple minutes left in the half, Vinton scored but luckily missed the PAT. Tying the game 14-14 It had rained the whole entire half time and it was really starting to get…

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    Speedball is a game we played by combining, three sports soccer, football, and basketball. The game starts by putting the ball on the middle of the football field. Both teams have to be in position on their own side of the football field or with the position of soccer ball The ball has to be kicked forward to start the game. Speedball is played by the position of the ball whether the ball is on the ground or a ball is in the air. When the ball is on the ground, it can only be played like a…

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    Colonies on Other Planets Isaiah Dokus 1/12/2017 The Earth is deteriorating, and growing faster by the day. We are using up our natural resources faster than I can type this sentence. Eventually, we may need to move. Not to another oil drilling site, but to a completely different planet. Our knowledge of space travel and other technologies is quickly progressing. So we may have a chance on a new world. Other “habitable” planets have been found. The two most discussed are called KOI 326.01…

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