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Popular in People In Places: Understanding and Developing Community
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Date Created: 09/18/15
Sociology 240 People in Places Week 4 Notes DinzeyFlores gt What are some differences between gates for rich and gates for poor 0 Power of who enters and who leaves gt Gates signify withdrawal from the city 0 Isolation gt What does it mean to quotpolitically freeze social distinctions of race and class 0 Create inequality and fix inequality 0 Gates are barriers from working up in class gt What is the fundamental destroyer of community discussed here 0 Professional Problem 0 Globalization Homophin People like to be around people that are like themselves Internalized own powerlessness gt The movement of stuff is the most important force for social change gt Globalization 0 The very intensified movement of stuff I People culture goods ideas and services I Makes us proxy holders McKibben gt quotMore and Better used to live on the same branch but no longer the case 0 Sometimes Less is More The Growth Doctrine gt Must always be constant expanding economic growth gt Steam engine to blame 0 Because it was the first piece of technology to free us of physical manual energy Three challenges to the Growth Doctrine 1 Political challenge a Inequality and insecurity 2 Physical challenge a Resource depletion 3 Psychological challenge a Growth no longer makes us happy i Up to 10000 globally 50000 US 1 More than that and happiness diminishes McKibben s Alternatives gt Individualism was good hyper individualism is bad gt What does McKibben propose as an alternative gt Community revitalization 0 Local economics 0 Local food systems 0 Strong local ties gt Where does McKibben fall on the community question 0 He believes they are deteriorating gt Why is the city ailing 0 Cars infrastructure misfit gt What does this do to neighborhoods Public places gt Why have cars taken over our cities 0 The social organization of convenience gt Why did cities happen Industrialization Population growth Immigration 000 Decline of agriculture
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