Built Environment Analysis Peer Review

I need a review with Kimberly. Here’s her post i evaluated http://sites.gsu.edu/koglesby6/built-environment-analysis/part-i-jackson-street-bridge-and-the-freedom-parkway/ . I told her get a little personal with it , like add her personal experience with it. And with mine she told me to prove where the stats came from, Show the negative effects of going to a school in the city, grammar, and change my last sentence of my intro into my first....

in class assignment (group)

  Source of Evidence: http://sites.gsu.edu/bjulmisse1/2016/03/22/annotated-bibliography-7/ This is an image of the border between the slums of a colombian city and a rich section of the city. In his site description, Brandon uses it to argue his case that there is a clear disparity between the rich and the poor in the built environment and it certainly does works for his argument. However, i found that the image can also be used to highlight the negative impact this site can have on the mental health of that city’s citizens, particularly the ones that live in the slums, having to everyday look at the stark disparity between them and their rich neighbors just over the wall.     Source of Evidence: http://sites.gsu.edu/etalundzic2/2016/03/25/the-great-divide-annotated-bibliography-10/   This is an annotated bibliographic entry written by a Emir Talundzic which analyzes a blog written by Cecile Cremer that talks about the problem that arises when slum areas are ignored in mexican cities by the media, which only portrays the nice looking resorts. Again, this blog can be used to argue that the complete lack of attention toward fixing the slums can be detrimental to both the physical and mental health of those that live there because they continue to live in poverty and continue to have to deal with all the problems that arise from it.     Source of Evidence:http://sites.gsu.edu/bjulmisse1/2016/03/22/annotated-bibliography-7/ This entry is an annotated bibliography which analyzes an article written by Mark Lamarr which talks about the direct consequences the built environment can have on one’s physical health. And example that is highlighted is how the excessive use of cars and non-active use of...

Study Group session 1/21/16

During this study session, Mrs. A, Iman, another student and myself worked with Mrs. A to set up our Outlook Note accounts.  We came to the consensus that using google documents to post our class’s points was a better option.  We also discussed  Nerssesova’s message in her article Tapestry of Space.  Iman commmented that an example of how the authorities shapes our experiences is how there are bus tours of major cities but the tour guides only show tourists certain aspects of the city.  However, we concluded that only seeing the major attractions of a city is not truly getting the full experience of being in the city.  I feel that this study session was beneficial because we were able to discuss topics in a small group with our instructor on a more personal...
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