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    New Urbanism: Serenbe

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    The car makes a sharp turn into the mass of greenery, greeting an image torn right off the pages of a fiction novel. Fairytale houses are woven within the trees, dappled sunlight tinting their roofs, and a dirt trail winds down to a dreamy fishing pond and a farm populated with llamas, donkeys, rabbits, and sheep. The air tastes crisp. The warm sun draws families out: parents chat with neighbors over ice tea as their children bounce along the community trampoline, and an aged couple saunters…

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    Urban Spaces

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    location to escape is brought attention to. This idea of emphasis is shown at Central Park in New York City where and 843 acre park is bordered by one of the densest cities in the world, the contrast between urban green and modern city life intensifies the importance of bringing a connection to nature and a relaxed atmosphere. This connection is important not only to bring visual break to the city but also because it can shape the way society forms and how people interact with each other. In…

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    San Pedro Description

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    Cities of San Pedro and Torrance The city of San Pedro is a coastal community located in the city of Los Angeles, covering 12.046 square miles. It is port city that is neighbors to the cities of Long Beach and Wilmington to its East, Harbor City to its North, and Ranchos Palos Verdes and Lomita to its West. Housing a portion of the Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, is known as a blue collar town. With consideration to national averages the city of San Pedro is considerably high in both violent…

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    The Jitney Case Solution

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    statistics are not only outrageous, but also unacceptable. Even in the early twentieth century people had begun to figure out what was necessary in order to increase the efficiency of traffic flow throughout large cities, such as New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles, which were the main cities first exposed to the Jitney Bus. The first “Jitney”, created by L.P. Draper in Los Angeles, was at first a simple offer from one man to another for a five cent ride to go a short distance. In less than a…

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    Diabetes is a chronic disease and has a lot of effects on patients’ lives. Direction effect from diabetes are increasing serious health problem, infections developing and this bring people to be disability. There are several studies about negative effects cause by DM, indirect effects to people with diabetic are less quality of life, sexual life, loss a job led to financial burden. After got diabetic patient have to change life style, diet control especially food proportion. Exercise limiting.…

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    Advancements of Second Industrial Revolution The benefits and opportunities of the Industrialized American society outweighed the risks and challenges of life. During 1840-1907, when industrialization of America was transpiring, there a considerable influx mass immigration into America. Which posed problems and advantages to American society and further contributed to the industrialization. The Industrial society lead to a number of new advances in technology and working strategies that…

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    employing Blacks in the Inner city. According to Caroline May an author of Brett Bart newsletter stated “While the economy added jobs and the national unemployment rate was relatively unchanged, the African American unemployment rate remained more than twice as high as the white unemployment rate and nearly double the national unemployment rate, according to Labor Department data released Friday”. (May, 2016) When it comes to blacks being unemployed in the Inner City, theory guides the…

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    to successfully influence local politicians, control law enforcement, and move across various social lines in the community”(Kahne, Small-Town Mafia).Even in a smaller environment, the mob still often operated in a similar manner to one in a larger city. First they gained financial power through gambling, and then were able to gain political power. Once they had both political and economic power, their ability to control their area often relied on using a combination of…

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    New urbanism is increasingly applied to revitalize diverse urban neighborhoods. It seeks to foster place identity, sense of community and environmental sustainability. New urbanist’s urban projects involve a mix of single-family and multi-family housing, a streetscape that encourages pedestrian use, and some form of public space. It supports creating a provision of range of housing prices and housing types in each community which will “bring people of diverse ages, race, and incomes into daily…

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    Diversity In Green Bay

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    other which may include race, gender or religion, for example. The total population for Green Bay is 104,057. There is a lot of cultural diversity in the city of Green Bay, with a mixture of all races varying in amounts throughout the city. These people vary from caucasian, black, asian and hispanic with all of them contributing to the city to make it unique and full of diverse cultures. suburbanstats.org/population/wisconsin/how-many-people-live-in-green-bay as of early 2015. . Green Bay's…

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