Term Papers on Urban Vs Rural Life
Every country has its own taste, lifestyles and certain norms and standards. Every country presents two different types of culture in that very setting. Yes, I am talking about the rural and urban life. Both these present contrasting characters with different lifestyles and different perception of life. It has been noted that one of the contrast between leading an urban and a rural life is that in the countryside much of the time is spent finding something to do. In the city, the adverse is true. There are more things to do than there is time.
Urban life is fast paced. The main reason is that city provides variety of opportunities in every discipline of life. Without any shadow of doubt urban life is dominant. Still it has the color, the flavor to mesmerize anyone who is immersed in it. Life in the cities is more sparkling, and full of life. There are many things for a suburbanite to do, but they are all in the city to which the suburb is economically attached, and so vital travel time is required to get to where they can be done. People are always infatuated to the idea of living in a city. I have learned what may have been distinct to someone developing up in a major city. The feeling of a place like New York or Los Angeles is quite contrary from that in Pittsburgh or Akron. There are terribly increased numbers of people engaged in active pursuits, the lines between home and work life are hardly ever defined by shop whistle or time clock, and for many people, anything to do must be listed weeks in advance. There is always somewhere to go, someone to see, or something to do.
Rural life on the contrary has its own essence. The attribute that really distinguishes rural and urban life is the tension free environment. People are more close to each other and there are less chances of enmity. All I am saying this, because of the belief that there are limited resources and more likely, people share those...
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