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AmstLectureNotes3 - Oren Rosenbaum AMST 101 Race and Class...

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Oren Rosenbaum AMST 101- Race and Class September 4, 2007 Palen o Urban Ecology Robert Dark Urban Ecology o Free Market Computer/Technology Individual Agency o Social Cross Competition and Mentality Fegan o Political Community Political Economic System Market Power Inequality Cities o Shape-form o Activities o People Palen-Urban Ecology o Robert Park Human Nature- Personal Taste I.E. why do we have china town here/ little italy here o Population tends to segregate itself- because of personal choice/human taste Ecology Transformation US and World Industrialization Migration both int. and domestic Moving one part of the country to another o East to West o North to South o Rural to Urban 1914-1918 WWI
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1935-1939 WW2 By 1900 Chicago was approaching 2 Million people Integration and adaptation Free Market o Competition is good- efficient way to regulate activity o Inequality- benign: all have equal access to the
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2009 for the course AMST 101gm taught by Professor Saito during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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AmstLectureNotes3 - Oren Rosenbaum AMST 101 Race and Class...

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