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    imagine fighting without communication. I can only assume that would end horribly. There seems to definitely be a reoccurring trend with ancient civilizations. I cannot imagine life without some form of communication, even primitive communication. Jumping a bit more forward now we are getting closer to present day. Not too much closer but slowly but surely we are getting there. We are now entering the time of Town Criers this was basically 146 BC well into the 18th century. Not much can exactly be said for this. It was a gentleman that would pretty much ring a bell in the village or town square and he would read the current news and events. Well not just read typically he would shout quite loudly. That’s literally it. That honestly makes me wonder why such a normal and easy concept was kept around for so long. The answer is simple, it was cheap and effective. One great example of the town crier concept would Spartan runner’s running back to their Greek city states to warn of the impending Roman conquest that was coming. When I think of a town crier I think of Disney movies. Town Cries were more of British thing. They were basically a walking text message; they would spread news from one location to…

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    Limitation Of Urbanization

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    issues incorporate insufficient water and sanitation, absence of waste transfer, and modern pollution. Unfortunately, decreasing the issues and improving their consequences for the urban populace are costly (Fuller 2015). Human wellbeing may be in a bad way as an aftereffect of the natural corruption. Zones presented to poisonous air toxins can bring about respiratory issues like pneumonia and asthma. A great many individuals are known not kicked the bucket of because of aberrant impacts of air…

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    excavation of the salt dome underneath the town of Grand Saline. With the newly discovered abundance of salt there were plenty of jobs to go around as The Great Depression began to settle upon the market. By the year 1945 there were 950 people employed by the mine in Grand Saline, and that number doesn’t include the transportation jobs that were created by the mine either. The added income in town from the jobs created allowed for the local prices to fluctuate without dropping as far as they…

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    In the short story The Lottery by Shirley Jackson, villagers of a small town gather together on a beautiful day for the annual town lottery. This lottery requires that all the members of the community draw sheets of paper to determine a “winner”. The person who pulls the card with the black dot is the “winner”. The winner of this lottery ends up being stoned to death by the entire community due to an ancient ritual that says their crops will grow better when someone gets stoned (human…

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    As the town’s people assimilate, the author mentions several families by name showing that the entire town is gathering. Every member of every house comes to the ceremony –children included. The readers see the first foreshadowing of darkness when the children gather pebbles and rocks into piles. As the short story progresses, Jackson narrows in on one character named Tessie Hutchinson. As Tessie comes into the story she arrives late to the ceremony and acts as if it is a normal day. She is calm…

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    Manhattan Analysis Essay

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    Manhattan Analysis: A Discussion of Urban Life and Urban Planning As along with the rapid development of science and advanced technology, people’s life style in urban area is dramatically changed with the outstanding improvement of the urban planning and management. In the movie Manhattan directed by Woody Allen, described a romantic story of four people’s life in Manhattan, the importance of the urban planning to people’s urban life is obviously discovered by the main characters’…

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    Importance Of Urbanization

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    4.1.3 Urbanization and population size Urbanization and population size are closely linked to the land economic density and they are the important factors to increase the economic density. With the accelerated development of the urbanization, more and more rural population swarms into city, which will ask for more housing and a good living environment quality objectively, so that the building area is expanding gradually in space. In addition, in the process of urbanization, with the production…

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    Urbanization refers to the process of raising population growth in cities and rural, it also includes the rise of industrialization. The government, industry and business deal in urban areas are involved.The United States and Europe had started their urbanization since the 19th century. On the other hand, by the end of 2014, 54.7% of China’s total population live in the urban areas, which is a rate that rose from 26% in 1990. They are currently experiencing a rapid increase. Yet, urbanization…

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    Muscat. The goal of this assignment was to understand what actually urbanization is and why people migrate from rural to urban areas as well as the impact of urbanization on the development of the country. Oman: The sultanate of Oman is an Arab country. The nation shared border with United Arab Emirate to the northwest and with the Yemen to the southwest. Oman is also sharing its marine border with Iran and Pakistan. The capital of the country is Muscat, language is Arabic and religion is…

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    little development, like villages to small or big cities with good development. This movement of people could lead to several communicable diseases especially in areas of large population. In this assignment, I am discussing the impacts of urbanization on communicable diseases. Urbanization can facilitate the spread of diseases such flu, cholera, malaria and many other diseases. It is important for environmental health practitioners to study urbanization and know how to prevent these diseases in…

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