BUS313 Open Dorm Proposal Slide Notes

BUS313 Open Dorm Proposal Slide Notes - -points to ponder...

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-points to ponder, not all these points will be discussed 2.) Students 18, moved out of the house, on their own, can buy cigarettes, have already been ba- bied long enough, rebellion if not given choice 3.) change is important part of life, social relationships are so important in adapting, feeling like you belong, love and acceptance (use my high school experience as an example) 4.) importance in seeking a job, not being socially awkward, learning how to communicate, com- munication is very key in life, overall health 5.) learn how to accept from people of other cultures, learn what their cultures are about and where they came from, really know who they are (small town complex for example) 6.) studying when library gets loud or full, sensitive subjects usually need to be addressed in
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Unformatted text preview: private settings, can really know who somebody is by their room, cheap entertainment for poor college students 7.) decrease significance, open dorms aren’t as cool anymore if they happen all the time, no need to fear noise because of this, people get tired of the old or the easily accessible, take what you have for granted 8.) how do avoid sexual intimacy within the same gender, sexual intimacy a big reason for lim-ited open-dorm hours, homosexuality becoming more accepting which then results in people be-coming more open about homosexuality then more homosexuals are revealed, so how can you separate romantic couples when romantic couples are already living together?...
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