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Italian Immigrant Communities in San Diego 1840-1950: The National Process of Italian Immigration and the Implications for One Urban Center
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Italian Immigrant Communities in San Diego 1840-1950: The National Process of Italian Immigration and the Implications for One Urban Center: This 25 page paper considers the process of Italian immigration which occurred in the late 19th century and first half of the 20th century and the implications of this process for communities like San Diego. This paper also considers Italian immigration relative to the state of California as a whole and provides comparisons of rural vs. urban communities and the integration of the Italian American population nationwide. Bibliography lists 20 sources. MHitalia.wps
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Jacob's Death & Life of Cities & Philadelphia
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A 5 page research paper that reports on Jane Jacobs' test on urban planning Death & Life of Cities. This report picks 10 chapters from the book and cites briefly what the chapter concerns and then relates this to the city of Philadelphia. No additional sources cited.
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Jamaican Culture In London
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This 40 page paper looks at the Jamaican community living in London and examines the influence that they have had on the wider community and the way in which that community has effected them. Issues such as the language, racism, schooling, housing, politics, religion and the arts are all discussed with their influence being assessed in both directions. Examples and cases are cited to demonstrate the influences. The paper includes two graphs and cites 19 sources.
Filename: TEjamaca.wps

Jan Brunvand’s Works on Urban Legends, “The Vanishing Hitchhiker” and “The Baby Train”: Development of Changes in Format and Presentation
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the differences found in Brunvand’s “The Vanishing Hitchhiker” and “The Baby Train”. Jan Brunvand’s text “The Vanishing Hitchhiker: American Urban Legends and Their Meanings” (1981) introduced a generation to contemporary American urban legends, their origins, their development, and contained detailed accounts as to the depth of research in understanding the legends. Twelve years later, Brunvand released his fifth volume of urban legends entitled “The Baby Train and Other Lusty Urban Legends” (1993). The format of his presentation in this volume changed somewhat to include shorter narratives and less accompanying explanatory statements about each legend. Instead, Brunvand focused much more on the typing and cross-referencing of the legends contained and on the international contexts many have reached. The reason for this change in format was mostly due to the fact that the field and the interest in urban legends had grown a great deal since his original text and because of this Brunvand was able to contain less explanatory text in regards to the research involved and thus avoid repeating himself and offering instead his readers a chance to see the extent of the field and the extent to which the knowledge of urban legends has reached on an international basis as well as an American one. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Position Of Poverty" And Robert B. Reich's "Why The Rich Are Getting Richer And The Poor, Poorer": Compare/Contrast
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5 pages in length. Within the literary boundaries of John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Position Of Poverty" and Robert B. Reich's "Why The Rich Are Getting Richer And The Poor, Poorer," the reader is given a significantly better understanding as to why there exists such a tremendous separation between rich and poor. While Galbraith cites the curse of capitalism, Reich tends to focus more closely upon the decline in a decently paid workforce, a contrast that effectively distinguishes Reich and Galbraith. Reich notes that major corporations such as AT&T, American Airlines and General Motors – just to name a few – have ceased taking care of their employees, choosing instead to seek out cheap labor as a means by which to fortify even further their already overflowing money pots. By doing so, one can readily surmise that the middle class is slowly but surely being squeezed out as the separation between upper and lower class. The writer compares and contrasts these articles as they are found in Lee A. Jacobus' "A World of Ideas." No additional sources cited.
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John Reddie Short's "The Urban Order"
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This 5 page essay discusses John Reddie Short's 1996 book that is also sub-titled An Introduction to Cities, Culture, and Power. Issues examined include the economic evolution of cities, elements that define contemporary urban economies, and the role urban economies play in the larger global economy. No additional sources cited.
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Katrina Refugees and Rising Crime in Houston
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This 3 page paper discusses the problem of rising crime in Houston being attributed to Katrina evacuees. It argues that there is evidence to support the idea that the refugees have caused a "spike" in the crime rate, and what the governor of Texas can do to mitigate the situation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVKatRef.rtf

Key Factors of a Successful Strategic Spatial Planning; The London Plan as a Case Study
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This 11 page paper looks at the key factors needed for any spatial planning to be successful and effective. The subject of these key factors is discussed with reference made to a range of developments including the United Nations and the international developments. With a definition of the needs for successful planning the new spatial planning strategy for London, containing in the “London Plan” are used as a case study and assessed. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEspatlondon.rtf

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