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    to contractors and homeowners with in-store assistance from trained and licensed staff. The current problem plaguing Home Depot involves its stakeholders which are contractors, customers, communities, day laborers, and the company 's corporate social responsibility. Home Depot is under scrutiny because communities and local governments are depending on the company to assist with social disparities involving labor for immigrants. In Austin Texas and many other cities across the nation, day…

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    small community in Brooklyn, New York, covering 2.898 square miles, with an estimated population 9.3,877 (cenus bureau 2013). The community, Canarsie is the connection point to many neighborhoods and boroughs. Exit 13 off the belt parkway, is one of the main entry point into the community. Major public transportation in the community are, the L train, located on rockaway parkway and six connecting bus lines that transport thousands of people on a daily basis to other standing communities.…

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    When I was in middle school I was part of a church group called Pathfinders; and being a part meant that every holiday the group would do volunteer work for the community. Around thanksgiving we would collect food, walking door to door, and later give it to a local food kitchen. And around Christmas time there would be a toy collection for families in need. Having this past experience under my belt, it motivated me to volunteer my time with other students from Kean at the local food pantry.…

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    Title As we all know the world is going to change soon. Technology is taking over the labor market and making people jobless. The historic American economic philosopher Adam Smith used the term of “Invisible Hand” in one his book called “The Wealth of Nations”(IV, Chp II) explains the social benefits and individual actions. It makes sense in our day that the future will belong to “invisible hand” the technology or robots. What are we going to do without work? If robots intelligence becoming…

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    of wealth have the least amount of influence. This leaves entire communities systematically barred from uprooting their situations. Many people would argue that these aforementioned individuals should just vote, or work harder, or focus on family values. But in Race in America, our course book, the important argument and distinction is made between superficial representation and substantive representation. Even if these communities—many times of color—voted, it is possible that their…

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    because of the property values and average household income, making the community cleaner and more upkept than some of the communities that surround it. Scottsdale’s community values include the preservation of its uniqueness and heritage, the connectivity to surrounding neighborhoods, having efficient transportation options, and the social, environmental and economical sustainability of the city as a whole. It strives to be a community that has high standards of appearance and aesthetics while…

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    Community Education

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    Community Education has been at the forefront of education in Scotland since the Alexander Report amalgamated youth work, adult learning and community work together back in 1975 to form the community education services seen currently. Back then the Labour Government at the time commissioned the report and it has continued to have a significant impact on community education since then. In this essay I will explore how the different antecendents of community education outlined in Community…

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    Society is a very prestigious program that rewards students for their service in their communities, leadership skills, citizenship, and character. Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School highlights these important qualities and I honored to be selected to apply for the society. I believe my morals, love of service, and leadership skills make me a strong candidate to the National Junior Honor Society. Community service is a rewarding activity that, sadly, not many teens and preteens participate in…

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    PROMPT #4: Describe how you have taken advantage of a significant educational opportunity or worked to overcome an educational barrier you have faced. (349 words) My mother’s constantly failing businesses appeared only to be the start of our financial struggles. My family was evicted from our house and didn’t possess enough money to find a decent place to live. As a freshman, I attempted to escape my family’s financial problems by focusing on socializing with friends. I struggled in…

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    Barry Wellman

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    the social science community, theorist Barry Wellman focuses on an idea that there is three views of a community while studying what social systemic divisions affect organization and the primary social networks between people. The idea of this “the community question” and the degrees of social networking led Wellman to examine the three arguments, if a community is either: lost, saved, and/or liberated. According to Wellman, the first urban sociological response to the community question is…

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