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    Charles Coughlin was a controversial priest and a radio operator during the 1920’s and 1930’s. Coughlin influenced many people and had millions tuning into his weekly shows. He influenced many people and gave them hope. Coughlin was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on October 25, 1891 (Father Coughlin). His father, Thomas J. Coughlin, was an Indian born Great Lake seaman. His mother, Amelia Mahoney, was a seamstress. Charles Coughlin was an only child. Coughlin went to Catholic schools,…

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    Within each event, there are usually underlying meanings that can be interpreted if one is to look closely. Artprize is one of those events in which we are able to do so. Although not directly intended to convey certain meanings and interpretations, analyzing the event through a sociological lens is possible. This can allow for different and deeper meanings of the function as a whole that may not be realized by a large majority of people. By examining Artprize through sociological lenses…

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    Ford Motor Company is a well-known global automotive business. It is an American automobile company that established and headquartered in the city of Dearborn, Michigan. Henry Ford began the company in the year of 1903. Ford’s purpose is to create, design, and sell vehicles such as cars, SUV’S, sports cars, trucks, and even service parts. Ford is in an excellent position that remains to compete for business share in the USA and globally. According to Auto Alliance, “Ford is laser-focused on…

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    backgrounds and popular tourist attractions. To take a break from the busy schedule I have as a student, and to avoid writing more essays like this, I went on a vacation to Michigan with my mother and two siblings. We visited South Haven, a pleasant port city on Lake Michigan’s east coast, and Detroit, the famous largest city in Michigan. These areas interest me because there’s plenty to do; there are amazing restaurants, breath-taking scenery, and family-friendly, inexpensive entertainment.…

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    The questionnaire was handed out to 53 Western Michigan University students. The questionnaires were given to classes at both the College of Engineer and Applied Science and Western Michigan University Main Campus. A copy of this questionnaire can be found in Appendix A. The majority of these questionnaires were taken five minutes before a class. The students were…

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    Flint, Michigan is a rather small city of about 99,000 people, with a majority (56.6%) of the population being African American and about 41.6% of residents living below the poverty line. Once the home of the United States’ largest General Motors plant, Flint’s economy suffered a major blow when General Motors downsized during the 1980s. A low budget, contaminated water source, and outdated infrastructure have led to a water crisis in Flint, Michigan which is a danger to local residents in…

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    environment. There are many ethical issues surrounding companies who may contribute to water contamination and those who govern water safety. Water contamination events can cause nationwide concern, such as the drinking water in the city of Flint, Michigan and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill into the Gulf of Mexico. Water contamination can have disastrous consequences for the human population with effects such as birth defects and non-communicable diseases. According to the textbook, there is…

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    The Flint Water Crisis

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    The Flint water crisis is a drinking water contamination issue in Flint, Michigan that started in April, 2014. These past 3 years have been an extremely hard time for Flint residents since they have had no proper drinking or bathing water in 2 years, so residents have been taking a stand against the government by carrying around jugs full of dirty, unsafe drinking water coming from their faucets at home to protest against the inaction of the government. The residents have a lot of courage to be…

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    it is a whole new environment that takes time to get used to. My most important piece of advice is to make sure you make time for school and for friends. Creating a fine line between those two will allow you to ultimately succeed here at Central Michigan…

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    St. Johns Case Study

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    employment opportunities created by the city’s close proximity to Lansing, the state capitol of Michigan. This limited supply and steady demand has resulted in the City of St. Johns outperforming all other regional residential real estate markets, according to the most recent Coldwell Banker Greater Lansing market survey. Transportation Public transportation exists in many forms in St. Johns and Mid-Michigan. Lansing…

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