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  • The Street

    TMA01 Sociology City Road PG1 Drawing on what you have learned about City Road‚ outline some of the inequalities on a street that you know. The streets of our cities often tell us more about our society than we expect‚ they show how people and objects interact with each other in order to make a community. In this assignment I am going to look at similarities and differences between the inequalities of city road in Cardiff and the Lisburn Road in Belfast. Inequalities are the social resources

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  • Street Vendors

    GOALS What brought them? For a lot of the respondents‚ both those who had migrated and those who hadn’t‚ street vending seemed to be the only job that was available to do. There were no other options. Street vending doesn’t require one to learn a trade to be able to start‚ and depending on what one wants to sell‚ it required very little capital to start‚ on a large option of streets. Street vending is also a quick way to make earnings and bettering themselves. It offers prospects for acquiring

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  • My Street

    A black hole. A place we humans once called a street. As an architect in this extraterrestrial world I put forward the following essay as an attempt to solving this problem. In order to be successful in our endeavour I believe we need to break free from the stereotypical notion of the street‚ a street that is predominantly used for transport. We need to start seeing the street as something more than simply a connection between two points. The street needs to become a destination in itself. It seems

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  • Street Children

    Street Children Causes and Effects In the last 100 years ‚ The Number of street children has risen in a scary way .The United Nations lately tried to estimate Their number .The estimated number was terrifying ‚it was 150 million and rising daily .These children are part of the of future of our communities. Their age range is from three to eighteen years old‚ 40% of them are homeless. Imagine a three years old child roaming the streets with no place to go with no home! While the other 60% work on

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  • The Code of the Streets

    The code of the streets By Elijah Anderson The code of the streets sets its settings in the inner city black communities‚ and describe the people in those communities-what type of situations they are under‚ and how that affects their lives by forming a particular way of thinking and behaving. In the ghetto inner city‚ people with physical strength run the streets. In these streets‚ police are often not provided‚ and in fact are avoided by them. This causes an increase in violence and

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  • code of the streets

    Jordan Allen Fall 2014 SOCG 1013 Ms. Collins Code of the Streets Code of the Streets is a book set in an inner city neighborhood in Philadelphia written by Elijah Anderson. The “code of the streets” combined with respect‚ loyalty‚ and honor is a system used to regulate social interactions within the city. The people within the inner city are pressured into living by the code of the street as a survival mechanism. The book describes the issues that are present within the city like teen pregnancy

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  • Code of the Street

    Code of the Street INTRODUCTION The introduction chapter first explains the different types of neighborhoods that the city of Philadelphia has and each of the risks that go along with each neighborhood. Some of the neighborhoods are predominantly white‚ some are racially mixed‚ and some are predominately black. In the white-middle class neighborhoods‚ the neighborhood farthest away from the core downtown area‚ there is little crime and upscale restaurants and stores. In the racially mixed neighborhood

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  • the code of the streets

    The Code of the Streets IN THIS ESSAY IN URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY A SOCIAL SCIENTIST TAKES US INSIDE A WORLD MOST OF US ONLY GLIMPSE IN GRISLY HEADLINES—"TEEN KILLED IN DRIVE BY SHOOTING"—TO SHOW US HOW A DESPERATE SEARCH FOR RESPECT GOVERNS SOCIAL RELATIONS AMONG MANY AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUNG MEN By Elijah Anderson Of all the problems besetting the poor inner-city black community‚ none is more pressing than that of interpersonal violence and aggression. It wreaks havoc daily with the lives of community

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  • Street People

    Loosing most all your material possessions‚ the constant anxiety of not knowing when or how your next meal will be attained‚ and enslavement to Mother Nature’s worst conditions. Having to become a street person is a very scary thought. The threat that anyone can be homeless and stuck out on the streets‚ however‚ is very real. Most people are only but one paycheck away from this dilemma. For those already enduring this life‚ a solution to the problem is much needed. In order to fix this problem

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  • The Streets and Hero

    better. Usually people think of heroes as people who fight crime in movies or comic books‚ but those people don’t exist in the real world. In our world‚ anybody can be a hero like police officers‚ firefighters‚ doctors‚ or people you walk by on the streets. A hero is not someone that hurts another person or does bad things‚ but they help people. A hero doesn’t always fight crime or always have an opposition. They don’t even have to work with people; they could be designing a product that helps many

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