Introduction With the development of urbanization, an increasing number of social problems have emerged. These problems will decelerate the urban development, however, there are many ways in which sustainable development can reduce the impact of these urbanization problems. “Sustainable development seeks to improve the quality of human life without undermining the quality of our natural environment” (Adams, W.M. 1999). Actually, sustainable development can partly solve the urbanization problems, for it can reduce the impact of the problems such as traffic jam, housing shortage and severe pollution, but it is difficult to completely solve these problems in a short time.
She decides she doesn’t want to keep the baby; she has an abortion because the idea of raising a child of her rapist is too painful for her to cope with. Pro-choice defenders take sympathies to this woman while she then gets called a murderer by pro-life supporters. Abortions sometimes results in the woman being harassed because of the choice she has made about her own body. That’s what pro-life supports. Often time’s situations like this turns into harassment which can be considered to be part of anti-abortion violence1.
Also when the abortion became legal either it was too expensive or needed parental permission. Many of these girls or women did not want their parents to know. Because of this illegal method, many women died from these kinds of abortions. It was under investigation and the source was not sterile instruments to conduct the abortions (book 1). "New Jersey state officials sought an acceptable method for dispensing death by capital punishment"(book 3).
Walter’s dream is to be sole the provider for his household and give his family a better life. He plans by doing this through a liquor store investment with the insurance money given to Mama from Big Walters death. “In the play Walter loses much of the insurance money that he planned to invest on a liquor store to a con artist” ( ___ ___ ). Walter’s decision on investing in a liquor store turns out to be a horrific choice. In the play although Walter is regretfully deceived and looked down upon as a result of the liquor store ambition, he makes up for it by at the end finally reaching his manhood.
For my second analyses of a script, we were to read A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. I read a printed edition that I had ordered off of Amazon, which was the 2004 edition created by Vintage. The title of this play write is significant because of the poem Harlem, it is relating to Walter Younger’s dream for his family. He wants to give them a better life, but all of his strategies to get rich instantaneously but they “dry up” the same way as if you left a raisin in the sun. His dream just keeps getting postponed.
Therefore it would be difficult for the government or land users to recover chaotic urban layouts back to normal ,and it would be even more difficult to implement further reform under such chaotic condition. Unregulated land uses also lead to inefficient urban operation.For example ,there may be too many offices or commercial buildings such that some of them may stay idled, causing a waste of land resources, and some necessary facilities were not be constructed due to low incentives. These phenomenons are being observed in urban areas under dual land which could be one of the major obstacles in China’s land reform
This is because the process will be expensive hence uneconomical. Expansion of the signalized intersection will also be a challenge due to the current layout of the site. Several expensive buildings that are situated in both Highway 12 and Pine Street will have to be demolished to pave way for the expansion. On the other hand, changing the intersection into a roundabout can be sustainable since there will be an increase in mobility and efficiency of vehicle travel. There has to be a change in design because the current intersection, which is a four-way intersection, has 32 con... ... middle of paper ... ...rent design.
One of the most controversial topics in society is abortion. The act of removing a fetus to end pregnancy has divided the world. Although abortion is being discussed among friends, politicians, and even on blogs in the modern era, it has been in practice in the US since the early 1800s. It was mainly done to keep unmarried women from having children if they accidentally got pregnant. They considered an unmarried pregnant woman not marriageable material so abortion was one way to hide that fact that woman were pregnant at one time.
Abortion has been considered a controversy in the United States for many years. Abortion is the “expulsion of the fetus from the uterus.” (Robert H. Lauer) There are two different types of abortion, miscarriage and induced abortion. Women decided to have abortions for many different reasons and use it as a birth control plan. Many women decide that they can’t have the baby due to schooling, work, money and other responsibilities. Also, many women decide not to have the baby because they are single and don’t want to raise the child alone.
Another example that proves this, is when Walter gives away his and Beneatha's money to buy a liquor store, and loses it all. He then tries to get the money back by selling their new house to Mr. Lindner, although the only reason Mr. Lindner wants to buy it is becau... ... middle of paper ... ... buy the family a new house so that Travis would have a better place to grow up. Mama could have spent that money on something she wanted, but instead bought something that would make the whole family happy. After she buys their new house, Mama gives Beneatha $3000 dollars towards college and gives Walter $3500 dollars to better his future. Mama has given all of the insurance money to the people she cares about, and kept none of it for herself.