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Urban Sprawl In Metropolitan Detroit
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9 pages in length. The land developers and the environmentalist have yet to meet eye-to-eye on the issue of urban sprawl in metropolitan Detroit and likely never will. According to those who believe that environmentally sustainable cities are a workable solution, the concept will incorporate enough protective aspects to make it a worthwhile proposition. From the environmentalist point of view, however, as long as people continue to spread out into the land and development continues, there is absolutely no way the notion can hold up to its claims of wildlife protection and sustainability. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCsprlD.doc

Urban Sprawl, Good or Bad?
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A 4 page research paper that investigates readings both pro and con concerning urban sprawl. Over the past several years, a prominent political movement has developed in the US whose stated purpose is to limit--or even prohibit--the processes of behind suburban growth (Cox and Utt, 2004). This "anti-sprawl" movement has been frequently successful in restricting land-use policies, deriving its justification from the idea that low-density urban development (sprawl) is more costly, both monetarily and environmentally, than the dense development typical of central cities (Cox and Utt, 2004). This examination of this movement looks at viewpoints, both pro and con, before drawing a conclusion as to the validity of either side. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Urban Sprawl: Impact Upon Wildlife
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24 pages in length. Worldwide, humanity's encroachment upon the land is causing perilous consequences to the wildlife community. From America's national parks to the Belize rain forests to the global deserts, animals are fighting for their very existence as mankind's urban sprawl continues to infringe upon the environment. Wildlife rehabilitation clinics have significantly helped with the problem of addressing the fact that many wildlife species having nowhere left to go but straight into suburbia; however, their efforts are not taking shape quickly enough as a means by which to abate the overwhelming human ignorance in relation to wildlife knowledge and the irreparable harm that is occurring due to selfish actions. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: TLCsprwl.doc

Urban Sprawl; The Role of Technology
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This 5 page paper considers the phenomenon of urban sprawl. The paper looks at the causes and effects of this trend, how it is encouraged by technology and argues that it should be halted giving suggestion on how this may be achieved. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
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Urban Way of Life: Brazil
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A 5 page paper which discusses what is evident about the urban way of life as presented in the essay "The Myth of Racial Democracy in Brazil: A Problem of Social Mythology" by Emilia Viotti da Costa. No additional sources cited.
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Urbanization
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This 10-page paper answers ten question on urbanization. Bibliography lists 9 sources. (Please note, each question starts on a separate page.)
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Urbanization in Ancient Rome
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This 4 page paper looks at ancient Rome and assesses changes in socialization and architecture. The focus is on the regal and early republican periods. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Urbanization In The Late Nineteenth Century
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3 pages in length. The urbanization of America during the latter part of the nineteenth century not only changed the nation's values, but it also created unforeseen problems with regard to the bustling growth of cities, the complications of new technologies and the reactions that people had to such significant transformation. Indeed, for a society to survive, it must be willing to grow. However, there comes a point when that growth turns into a detriment more than the asset it was originally intended to be -- such was the case with America's urbanization during the late nineteenth century. The writer discusses how urbanization changed America in the late nineteenth century. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCurban.doc


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