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Benefits of Studying at Rural Colleges

College campuses located in rural areas offer numerous advantages that urban academic institutions don’t offer. The location of rural universities, which has often been downplayed and seen as a disadvantage, has recently re-emerged as a highlight (Field). According to Field, institutions such as Northern Michigan University take advantage of their unique locations to lure students […]

Pages: 2 Words: 584 Topics: Countryside, Education, University

Advantages and Disadvantages: City or Country

During the medieval times many people were moving into urban areas and getting out of the countryside. Although many wanted to move to urban areas a lot still believed the countryside was a better style of living. With the black plague going around, the rural areas might have been the healthier choice. So what really […]

Pages: 3 Words: 769 Topics: City, Countryside
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Urbanization, Consequences of the Industrial Revolution in Europe

With machines replacing human labor, the Industrial Revolution sparked a wave of great change among European societies. These changes impacted Europe in both negative and positive ways. Some of the positive effects the revolution had, was it developed the economy, there was an increase in factory produced goods, and urbanization. Some negative impacts were, unclean […]

Pages: 2 Words: 576 Topics: Countryside, Factory, Industrial Revolution

What was the Impact of the Industrial Revolution

Did the industrial revolution affect things in addition to making things better? The biggest changes were in rural areas, landscape often became urban and industrialized, witch made it hard to live in the conditions that were made by the industrial revolution. Even though the industrial revolution affected things for the good, it changed and affected […]

Pages: 2 Words: 684 Topics: Countryside, Environmental Impact, Industrial Revolution

Idea of a New City

In 1898 Ebenezer Howard published his first and only book. The book was called ‘To-Morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform’ where he outlined his ideas on how to build a good city. The book was re-issued in 1902 and re-named ‘Garden Cities of Tomorrow’. The garden city was Howards response to the urban and […]

Pages: 3 Words: 805 Topics: Architect, Countryside, industrialization

Irish Landscapes Will Never be the same

Before delving into the components Irelands rural landscape and the changes that have come with it over the decades, firstly I’d like to begin by defining the key words of this topic. What is a landscape? The word landscape, regarded by most as a static backdrop to urban activity (Foley, 2020) derived from the word […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2130 Topics: Countryside, Ireland, Landscape, plac, Place

“Design with Nature” by Ian McHarg

Times have changed drastically since Ian McHarg published Design with Nature about fifty years ago. In the context regarding climate change and the multiple recent hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, and not to mention rapid population growth, landscape architects and designers should be focused and well educated on how to properly design with nature and history alike. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 945 Topics: Book, Book Review, Change, Countryside, Nature

Attack on Mai Lai Village

Grenades are launched into groups of countryside huddled up together. And people trying to flee the countryside are gunned down by machine guns. Women weeping over their babies bodies and screams of pain from villagers dying slow painful deaths. Their huts are then set on fire and burned to the ground. Once the killing is […]

Pages: 2 Words: 658 Topics: Countryside, Vietnam War
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