Free Speech At Shopping Centers - 1,558 words
... the Persian Gulf War. These organizations tried to hand out leaflets at ten regional shopping centers and one community center, which is significantly smaller in size than a regional. The majority of the properties denied access to the organizations. However, four did grant permission and the organizations distributed their leaflets at two of them. The coalition sued for access to the malls in order to distribute leaflets. Although the war was over by the time this case reached the New Jersey Supreme Court, the Court ruled in favor of the coalition. The Court accepted that regional shopping centers had taken the place of downtown business districts. It didnt accept the shopping centers a ...
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The Necessity Of Law And Order In Democracy And Shopping Centers - 1,097 words
The convenience of our shopping centers and their market environments, lie solely upon the foundation of democracy, and it's political structure. There is a distinct connection between shopping centers and democracy, where both factors are extremely important to our country, and both work in very similar ways. In our history, the growth of democracy was complimentary with shopping malls, in regards to the expansion and prosperity of our nation. Today, shopping malls participate in the fluctuation of our economy, provide service to satisfy daily needs, and embody our culture. In fact, it could be concluded that shopping malls and their market environments, are almost a direct reflection of ou ...
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I Granaimall - 1,191 words
Site: Via del Tintoretto Zona Laurentina Size: Around 130 commercial activities plus a supermarket; square meters of commercial area 150000mq. Accessibility: The situation of the local roads is good and well organized even if it is a bit far away from the GRA- The parking situation is very good, there is an outside one (payment) and a free internal one. The place is relatively close to the tube; Bus n767 .The bus stop, is 25 meters away from the shopping center. Opening ours: Every day from10.00 to 20.00; on Monday from14.00 to 20.00 Big mall as a place where to socialize Malls were first made in the U.S. at the end of the 50s in order to decentralize the congestion of the urban sites. In R ...
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Ayasofya - 5,052 words
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Manifest Destiny - 794 words
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Theres No Place Like Home - 1,044 words
Other than the sweltering heat in the summer time in Oklahoma City, the only dilemma are tornadoes. I grew up in the middle of this tornado alley and eventually developed a sixth sense for detecting tornadic activity. Even in the 1980s tornadoes were known for their violent crime wave, vandalizing neighborhoods and kidnapping children and adults. Imagine a beautiful evening in Moore, a suburb lying on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. Mom is in the kitchen and the kids are playing in the yard. In a matter of minutes, the sky turns green and large cumulonimbus clouds start to churn. A crackle of thunder sends a chill up your spine, followed by a strong odor of ozone that fills the air as Mother ...
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My Utopia - 877 words
Secluded in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, is a place called Sashy, a wonderful, perfect society. It is always peaceful and nothing bad ever happens on the island. The island's air is always fresh and free of any toxins or pollution. Temperature on the South side of Sashy is always warm with no humidity present. On the North side of Sashy the weather is always perfect for winter activities, the temperature is just cold enough for the snow to fall. The North side of the island is full of steep, snow-covered mountains. On the South side of the Sashy clean, sandy beaches cover the land. The ocean water is crystal clear and warm. Sashy is the perfect place to live. On the island, every person ...
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My First Time - 1,192 words
It was the summer of 98, and my friends had just graduated high school, and we all decided to take a trip. Where to go we all thought? We were thinking where could we all have fun and not have any age requirements? So Cancun was the place to be, first thing I did when I got off the plane was transfer some money to some pesos. When I tried to get pesos the cashier tried to rip me off, but there was nothing I could do. So I got my pesos and picked up a cervesa. All I knew was how to say was Cervas por favor and apparently thats all I needed to have a good time. The first night we were there, we went to this place called Bolero, and it was a dark, very lively place. There we meet this girl name ...
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Grocery Wars - 756 words
Every person must buy groceries. In Brevard County, a consumer has three grocery stores where they can purchase food, Winn Dixie, Publix, and Albertson's. Although they are all grocery stores and they all sell food, they differ greatly in customer service. Consumers will shop where they best feel welcomed and receive superior customer service. Winn Dixie, a south eastern supermarket, has over 12 stores in Brevard County. Their company logo, "the beef people", definitely does not show what they think customer service means. Like other grocery stores, they have good stores and they have bad stores. Some good stores have smiling, helpful employees while a majority of the stores just employ "war ...
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Osha - 1,122 words
A safe place for all Americans to work in! Few would argue with this concept that congress had in mind when it passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. The law applies equally to the rich and poor, the radicals, the liberals, and the conservatives; it is for people of all races, and it knows no religious boundaries. And yet, in the early years after an enactment of a law which makes it illegal to work in an unsafe place, a general feeling of fear invaded industry. What caused this fear? There were three major areas of concern. Those large corporations that, for years, had staff members concerned with safety and health problems were now faced with a situation where their complia ...
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Marx - 1,404 words
Marx and Engels did a great thing when they wrote the Communist Manifesto. They tried to liberate the proletariat by educating him. This was and still is an enormous task that they took on. I will try to take a closer look at the Communist Manifesto and its main ideas. Here are some of the things that Marx and Engels wrote in the Communist Manifesto. They believed these are some of the main issues that should be looked at for the communist revolution to take place. 1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes. 2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. 3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance. 4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants ...
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Analysis Of Hotel Case Study - 2,699 words
Analysis of Hotel-Online Internet News Service The need to balance a company's strategy and structure with changes in the external environment is obvious in any industry. However, in fast changing industries such as the Hospitality Industry, this need is even more important. Hospitality operators have to keep track of changes in the mentality of customers, changes in the attitude of government agencies and legislators towards the industry, changes in economic and technological issues, and strategic changes of competitors and other firms connected to the industry. This responsibility has been previously discussed by West: "The strategic manager [must] scan sectors of the environment which are ...
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Marketing New Product - 1,251 words
CREATE A NEW PRODUCT AND PROVING THE DEMAND The product that we created is a newly designed toilet known as the Mans Toilet. At first thought, this product seems to be a useless testosterone filled product. However, this product offers many advantages and benefits that many might not have initially thought of. It has many product features that include physical, real, and extended features. The physical product is the tangible product, which the customer buys. These characteristics include that the consumer who buys the Mans Toilet can sit down and relax during an otherwise stressful situation. This product includes an automatic seat lifting device as well as an automatic flushing system. Alo ...
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Transformation In The Institutions Of Work And Economy Due To Technology - 304 words
The revolution or transformation in the institutions of work and economy due to technology came about through a shift in the means of production and of consumption. Means of production refers to the process by which the production of material goods is carried out in a society. In todays world this process is carried out by people, with the major product being knowledge and/or information, not through factories or machines. Means of consumption is the process by which the consumption of a product by a society is carried out. In modern societies this is done through malls, shopping centers, self-employment and the Internet. Knowledge has become the main product produced and consumed in our pos ...
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Bob Marley - 1,378 words
Bob Marley: Persuasion of the people with music Clemson University There are hundreds of thousands of people screaming for you on stage. The Prime Minister and leader of the opposition sit in the arena. Many thought this was a sight that would never be seen, but it was just the sight Bob Marley had in front of him at the One Love Peace Concert in Kingston Jamaica (April, 1978). This was his first appearance back in Jamaica in 14 years, an amazing show culminating with Bob joining the hands of opposing political figures onstage, and holding them firmly together. A hero and an icon while living, Bob Marley continues to influence people 25 years after his death (African Service News). His music ...
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Costco - Stack It High And Sell It Cheap! - 2,131 words
... ange of matters, which could credibly be vested with sacredness upon collective consent. For him, religion involves the reaffirmation of widely standardized ideas, providing social cohesion and linking the individual to the broader social order. The sacred becomes a real expression embodying the influence of society itself; it is external to the individual, an object of admiration, and has the coercive power to organize and persuade life (Durkheim, 1947). Luckmann (1967) attempted to tap some of this religiosity with his notion of "invisible religions." He argued that a enormous variety of hidden forms of religion consist in society, observed even in such things as industrial norms. When ...
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Mmigration - 1,941 words
Immigration to the U.S July 5, 1885 Hi my name is Savio Barnum. I live in Italy in the city of Bormio in the European country. My life in the Bormio is a life of poverty, despair, pain, and hunger. The city of Bario is a big city and it is scarce of jobs, but I am fortunate to have one, but not a well paying one. I work at a cotton mill and I get paid 50 cents an hour, so life is really tough. But the toughest thing of all about my life is that I have a family, a wife Domino and a son Ermac who is 12 years old and works by helping people out with side jobs. The streets of Bormio are rat and filth invested, with narrow streets and lots of tenements and a few houses, duplexes, and mansions. Si ...
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Case Analysis For Starbucks Corporation - 1,220 words
I. Case Profile/ Company History Three Seattle entrepreneurs started the Starbucks Corporation in 1971. Their prime product was the selling of whole bean coffee in one Seattle store. By 1982, this business had grown tremendously into five stores selling the coffee beans, a roasting facility, and a wholesale business for local restaurants. Howard Schultz, a marketer, was recruited to be the manager of retail and marketing. He brought new ideas to the owners, but was turned down. Schultz in turn opened his own coffee bar in 1986 based on Italian coffee cafes, selling brewed Starbucks coffee. By 1987, Schultz had expanded to three coffee bars and bought Starbucks from the original owners for $4 ...
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Racism: Has It Changed? - Racial Profiling - 1,512 words
I have a dream, cried Martin Luther King Jr. His dream was filled with images of equality and freedom. Since Kings famous speech, and many steps towards racial equality have been taken, yet at the same time racism is far from gone. As we have been working so hard as a country to eliminate racism and prejudice we have allowed new forms of racism to sneak up on us. For the most part, racism today is discredited and is condemned to a clandestine existence (Beneton 1). Intentional segregation in schools, restaurants, buses and other public areas is clearly no longer accepted. The minorities and the majorities for the most part can go where they want when they want. The types of racism we see now ...
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Menara Syahbandar - 577 words
Menara Syahbandar was built 1839 to replace the old flagpole in ship dock located right on the side across a river. From the pole and later the tower, officials observed ships about to anchor gave signals. The tower then is used a meteorology post. To the West of the Lookout Tower, we can see the view of the present Museum Bahari. The museum represents a very old and strong edifice with Dutch architecture. The museum also provides several maps of the city, with stages of the city development shown. The museum is part of something in Dutch called Westzijdsche Pakhuizen (Warehouse on the West bank). Here nutmegs, pepper, coffee, tea, and cloth in a large scale were used to be stored. The area ...
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