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    The love and fascination for street photography stems from the veracity of the genre. Street photography is romanticized as a photographer who roams the cities and takes snapshots of the everyday interactions and situations. The result of this quest, is a compilation of honest documents that hold growing importance over time. This adventure however, no longer fully captures the sole expression of street photography. As the medium of photography shifted from document to the fine art, the genre of…

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    Rome has a bigger impact on current day things and places than Greece. Rome has a bigger impact than Greece on things and places current day and back then. Rome has left many things that we are using today, but they did do things that have changed different places for the worst. Rome has done incredible things, for instance, the roads that people use everyday and they had even influenced architecture designs that people see in buildings for example the arch, domes, bridges, and columns. The…

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    The city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, makes part of Greater Sao Paulo, which consists of an urban agglomerate of 39 cities and a population of about 21 million. As in any major city in the world, it has disadvantages and some advantages. The main disadvantage of metropolitan Sao Paulo, where I live, stems from its big size and a population of about 11.2 million inhabitants. Because of the great number of motor vehicles, estimated at 8 million, traffic almost halts to a stop in streets and highways on…

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    Being raised in a small town Tsorona, Eritrea was totally incomparable than living in Houston, Texas. Tsorona was a very rural place. The houses were made of clay. There was not any roads cars can go through, in fact people rarely see cars. It was not urbanized as my new home Houston. Houston was full of tall buildings that can touch the sky. The roads were full of highways, traffic lights, and many cars! There were a lot of apartments as well as magnificent houses. However, apartments and…

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    Urban Forests In Canada

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    Sociology is a major basis of human nature and history, it helps make us who we are as a community of human beings. Values are sets of shared beliefs and that most people in the community feel are important. Urban forests target values that city dwellers give up in the metal and concrete world. According to the Sinclair et al. (2014) study, there are six values that the residents of Winnipeg, Canada felt urban forests re-kindled in them. The first theme was the view that was obtained through…

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    Chicago City Description

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    Chicago began as a city based mainly on commerce based on its location alongside the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. As a result of these two natural landmarks, its location was only logical for setting up a crossroad between the West and the East, as well as an area of trading between the natives and settlers. Over time however, Chicago will keep its label as a city based on commerce however will begin a transition towards a true modern city for residents that can even rival the likes of New…

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    Concentric Zone Model

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    criminology research concentrated on urban areas, especially big cities because of their high crime rates than in suburbs or rural 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…

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    “Regenerating America’s Legacy Cities” shows perfect image of the top cities in the United States. Over the past few decades these legacy cities have experienced sustained job and population loss. This report suggests the mighty obstacles that stand in the way of fundamental change, and suggests directions by which cities can overcome those obstacles. The extremely poor conditions of Detroit and Cleveland make an author doubtful in the sense of progress. There is no demand for housing or any…

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    Astoria and Oregon City. You would be going about 4 miles per hour and it would take you up the Willamette, seeing Linnton with a couple of cabins and the beginning of St.Johns. After about another 2 hours you would be in Portland with a population of about 400. Just about everyone you met would be promoting a townsite. During the years around 1850 there were a dozen townsites along the lower Willamette River. They wanted to see which of the 12 locations would become the main city. Migration…

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    Both residential and industrial vacant properties contribute to the number of idling space and unnecessary expenditure, which contribute to a real or perceived environmental contamination to its neighbors and community. As long as a property remains vacant, the greater its impact on surrounding properties and communities in a larger radius effect. Vacant properties and neighborhood blight are more than just an indication of greater financial forces at work in the community. For their association…

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