Urban Geography Part 3
1. Concentric Zone Model
Ernes Burgesses study of Chicago in the 1920s. Circular Zones from
center outwards: Central Business District (subdivided) , transition
(residential deterioration and encroachment by business and
The Lengthy article by Eric Schlosser, The Prison-Industrial Complex, is a thirty-eightpage information packet on the growing nature of public and private affairs of prisons over time.
Overcrowding in prisons has b
Summary Number Four
Each of these articles highlighted the struggles of the middle class. One article, The
Plight of the U.S. Working Class, used statistics and larger words to show readers the facts.
The Silver Spoon: Inheritance and the Staggered Start
This article basically informs readers of what happens to second or later generation rich
kids. For starters the article starts with the wealth inequality of this coun
The article Domestica examined the racially confined roles of domestic help in
America. Domestic employees are always categorized as lesser than their employees. It goes
beyond an employee employer relationship, however.
Douglas S. Masseys article The Racialization of Mexicans in the United States? Racial
Stratification in Theory and Practice was an informational piece of literature. The social
stratification of a people means that an une
Race Ethnicity Gender 1
-In Indonesia women work 10 hours a day, 6 days a week at 45 cents
an hour to make bricks by baking them in the sun. It America the same
process is done using kilns.
-People have created divisions of labors that are gend
Chapter 5: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality
-For Hispanic/Latinos the most segregation is New York.
-Real Estate agents segregate based off these type of boundaries.
-We have individual, local, regional, national, and global identities
based off loc
-The occupational structure of the labor force can be measured
using the percentage of workers employed in various secures of the
economy. More laborers in agriculture signify lower levels of development,
and high percentage work
-Structuralist Theory-difficult to change, large scale economic
arrangements shape what can happen in fundamental ways For instance, the
concentration of wealth and unequal relations. This effects the development
Urban Geography Part 2
Cities are centers of religious, power, and economics that attracted
talent, trade, and travellers and had a strong system for transportation.
Urbanization diffused form Mesopotamia through Agriculture
Urban Geography Part 1
The vibrant West berlin and guns pointing on the dull Easy Berlin
In 1989 the wall was removed and Berlin was reunified. Today there are
still some east German Guard towers that define the cultural Landscape.
10 May 2017
Why Does The Oldest Child Have More Leadership Skills Than Others?
People have always stereotyped older children as having leadership and
obedience and it subsequently becomes true over time. When summed over the