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    Shopping Mall And Mall

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    one of the ideas was to create shopping mall and parks. The nature of chopping stores in downtown department stores were just having individual stores in different places but were not integrated in just one place. An example of this is Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, which was in the street full with shopping centers and restaurants. Now shopping centers have change completely such as having a big and wide building fulfill of brand stores and restaurants. The malls were created not just to be able to sell

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    Off to the Mall

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    "Let's go to the mall." This comment is one of the few statements that can be heard coming from the mouths of both sexes. While typically associated with shopping, and thus automatically, and unfairly, females, going to the mall has mutual attractions to both males and females. Since the massive increase of shopping malls in this country, the popularity of "going to the mall" has increased a thousand fold for everyone. For females the reason that "going to the mall" is so popular is very clear. Females

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    American Mall

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    American Mall Shiny, cold glass. Overpriced, low quality T-shirts. Whiny kids yearning to breathe free from their exasperated parents. More cell phones than a third-world Asian country. That's right, it's the mall. I hop off the bus and let out a little sigh. It beats doing nothing on my computer, but not by much. The mall is supposed to be a place where the whole family can go and shop for whatever their proverbial hearts desire. Somewhere along the line, this vision was lost. I grasp

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    Pedestrian Malls

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    city pedestrian malls in the US and why most of these malls failed. It will continue with a historical context of the Santa Monica Third Street Promenade by looking at the economic, social, and physical dimensions. Additionally, the paper will explain how it completely failed at first and then, after being reconceived with new design it became a huge success. Through careful design and maintenance, we will understand how pedestrian malls can thrive in similar areas that other malls fail. Introduction

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    The Mall in America

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    THE MALL IN AMERICA Whenever we go out shopping or relaxing at malls, we actually don’t see or recognize any effects of malls as we mostly go there for these two reasons. Malls are an integral part in the lives of America. They are shopping centers that have created a lot of buzz in many writers. This is because we have more malls in America than high schools. Malls have received praises from people like James J. Farrell, Jon Pahl and George Lewis who view malls as not only shopping centers but

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    Shopping Malls

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    Shopping Malls Since industrialization pulled off the farm into the factory, department stores were invented and advertisement emerged. This caused consumerism to become a fundamental base of our culture. If consumerism had become a religion, well its temple would probably be shopping malls. Malls turned out to be the central institution of our modern consumer culture. Its environment is full of advertisement and lures which takes the consumer¡¦s soul into the ¡§temptation to buy¡¨ world. The

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    mall massacre

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    September of 2013, Al-Shabaab terrorists brought madness to the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya. These terrorists came out of nowhere and made the people in this shopping center have the worst days of their lives. No one knows why people do bad things to good people. For all that were involved in the Kenya Mall Massacre, many died, and some lived only to be haunted for the rest of their lives with that horrible day. The Kenya Mall Massacre started on September 21, 2013, around 12:30 in the afternoon

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    The First Shopping Mall

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    Gruen, the man credited with designing the first shopping mall in the early 1950s, designed plans for new shopping malls to be created, he typically specified land that was to be included and used for community and civic purposes. That may come to a surprise to many people; as the majority of shopping malls today rarely include such luxuries. Land adjacent to shopping malls is usually prime real estate, and to increase their revenue malls often sell off the farthest areas of their parking lots;

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    Mall Analysis: Phipps Plaza How exciting malls are in terms of architectural and interior design! Just by going around the heart of any major city and seeing new steel and glass structures stretching towards the sky, many people may feel that shopping malls are a perfect destination for a combination of shopping and entertainment. As the largest city in the Southeast, Atlanta along with its vast history and historical museums, also offers the region’s largest selection of shopping opportunities.

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    Keep Joe Camel Out of the Mall! “…I marle what pleasure or felicitie they have in taking this rogish Tabacco: it is good for nothing, but to choake a man, and fill him of smoake, and imbers...” (Jonson, Act 3, Scene 3.2) These were the words of Ben Jonson, a 17th century English poet. In agreement with this quote, smoking should be banned from all public places. This opinion is supported by the evidence that secondhand smoke is very harmful. Additionally, if a child sees an older person smoke (in

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