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Brooklyn and its neighborhoods

Brooklyn is the most popular borough of New York City. Brooklyn was an independent incorporated city until January 1st, 1898, according to new Municipal Charter of “Greater New-York”. 629 more words

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Life at Pace: The Sport Culture in New York City

New York City offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy sport in one of the most dynamic cities in the United States. As the city is giant, many teams play in the Big Apple: 2 for basketball (Knicks and Nets), 2 for ice hockey (Rangers and Islanders), 2 for baseball (Yankees and Mets), 2 for soccer (NYC FC and NY Red bull) and 2 for Football (Giants and Jets). 680 more words

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A Second Look At The Library

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The most important idea I’ve learned from secondary research is that students are “confused about the scope and diversity of library resources” ( 170 more words

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Space in the Library

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The location I observed for my ethnography project was the Mortola Library at Pace University. More specifically, I observed the area near the entrance of the library. 261 more words

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Space: A Note On Architecture

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The Mortola Library at Pace University has a very inviting entrance. The height of the ceiling near the entrance is approximately 2 stories high. 353 more words

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Ethnography: Observing Phase

The spot that I was observing had some written text around the walls.

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One of them was the projector projecting announcements/events being held at the library. 240 more words

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ETHNOGRAPHY: Where Do I Begin?

Location: Pace University – Mortola Library – first staircase

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What is my observation plan?  
I am planning to observe this location on Sunday at 9PM and again on Monday during Common Hour. 193 more words

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