Social Science

Core Democratic Values

Core Democratic Values means; Citizens should work together for the good of all. The government should make laws that are good for everyone. Differences in languages, dress, food, where parents or grandparents were born, race and religion are not only allowed but accepted as important. Everyon.....

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Criminology: Female Criminality

As Feminists began to raise issues previously ignored by ‘malestream’ Sociology, so studies began to emerge of the experiences of the ‘other half’ of the population. Before the intervention of Feminism, the disciplines of Criminology and Sociology tended to view women as ‘invisible’ .....

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Presentation on Crime and Deviance

The aim of this lecture is to present on Crime and Deviance. Crime is an act or failure to act that breaks the law of the land. Deviance means actions that do not conform to the norms or expectations of members of society. Social deviance is a phenomenon that has existed in all societies wher.....

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Research Question

Research Question focuses the study, determines the methodology, and guides all stages of inquiry, analysis, and reporting. It is the fundamental core of a research project, study, or review of literature. The answer to a research question will help address a “Research Problem” which .....

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Urban Growth Boundary

An urban growth boundary circumscribes a full urbanized area and is used by local governments to be a guide to zoning as well as land use choices. If the area troubled by the boundary consists of multiple jurisdictions a unique urban planning agency might be created by the state or regional gover.....

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Spatial Planning

Spatial Planning is a process of location shaping and shipping and delivery. It is concerning the management of area and development as a way to create better sites, responding to the society, the economy and the environment. Spatial planning can be explained as the coordination regarding practic.....

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Ecological Urbanism

Ecological urbanism have been criticized as an idea that is loosely defined from a set of flashy projects. These are expensive schemes which has a commercial and esthetic objective that satisfy an area or regional ambition to purchase ecology or durability without posing a far more globally appli.....

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Urban Acupuncture

The goal of urban acupuncture is to relieve stress within the built environment. It is intended to make small-scale but socially catalytic interventions within the urban fabric. Urban acupuncture is a socio-environmental theory in which combines contemporary urban design with traditional Chinese .....

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Urban Consolidation

Urban consolidation is the term for a diverse set of planning policies designed to make better by using existing urban national infrastructure by encouraging development within existing urbanised areas as an alternative to on non-urbanised territory, thus limiting elegant sprawl. It is this build.....

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Urban Density

Urban density is a term used inside urban planning and urban design to refer to how many people inhabiting certain urbanized area. As such it shall be distinguished from some other measures of human population density. Urban density is considered heavily weighed in understanding exactly how citie.....

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Sustainable Urbanism

Sustainable Urbanism is application of sustainability and resilient principles for the design, planning and administration/operation of urban centers. There are numerous organizations promoting and researching sustainable urbanism methods including governmental organizations, non-governmental org.....

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Social Sustainability

Social sustainability is the least defined in addition to least understood of the different ways involving approaching sustainability in addition to sustainable development. Social sustainability has already established considerably less attention in public dialogue than economical and environmen.....

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