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Unformatted text preview: On the second sheet, mark out the functional areas and what you do there. This might look light bubbles sketched onto the mapone bubble around your desk for work, one around your bed for rest, etc. Each space on your diagram may serve more than one functionyou might eat and work at your kitchen table, for example. 3. Analyze what your home says about you Think about the Clare Cooper Marcus reading for todays class in which she talks about our homes as symbolic representations of ourselves. What does your house say about you? Write a page or so to answer this question. Try to give specific examples (the family pictures on my table show the importance of my connection to my sisters and brothers, the heavy curtains on the windows show my desire for privacy and my reserve toward other people). This may take a bit of thinking, but you might be surprised at what your living space says about you!...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course LAR 221 taught by Professor Cosco during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.
- Spring '08