Research Paper On New York City
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New York City - Urban Planning
This 10 page paper discusses the way in which urban planning has transformed New York City since the end of the Civil War. The writer discusses the capital investment and comprehensive planning that were used to develop New York City. The writer also discusses increasing gentrification, the development of the ghettos, and implications of urban planning for the future of the city. There are 8 sources listed in the bibliography.
Reducing Gang Violence In New York City
This 8 page paper comments on the policies and strategies that have been used in New York City to reduce gang violence for the last several decades and the results of those efforts. For comparison, the writer comments on how differently Los Angeles deals with this same issue. The writer than briefly comments on how persons holding different perspectives, liberal, civil libertarian, conservative and crime control might respond to the policies in New York City. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
New York and Hosting the 2012 Summer Olympics
This research paper gives a comprehensive overview of the position of New York City as a contender to host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. The writer discusses the presentation made by New York, as well as arguments bot for and against New York being the host. Citizens concersn are also described. This ten page paper has twelve sources in the bibliography.
The New York City Marathon
A 4 page book review on Anything For A T-shirt by Ron Rubin, which chronicles the saga of The New York City Marathon and the innovative impresario who made this annual street theater/sporting event possible. Rubin explains how the annual event is much more than simply a sporting event, as it brings together the diverse peoples who make New York City their home in a way that not only creates a sense of community, but is also personally empowering to the individual participants. In addition to describing the marathon itself, Rubin's book is also very much a biography of an extraordinary man, the man who brought the world The New York City Marathon, Fred Lebow. No additional sources cited.