South Towne market center and learning garden

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Publication Type thesis
School or College College of Architecture & Planning
Department Architecture & Planning (College of)
Author Jacobsen, Marnie L
Title South Towne market center and learning garden
Date 2007
Description We live in a nation that values progress and prosperity. Capitalism is based on private or corporate investment and ownership to control the flow of goods and services. Not only is investment in the economic system important but reinvestment in our economy helps promote continued progress and success. These ideals have given our citizens the freedom to dream and create innovative companies, products, systems, buildings, and landscapes. We have always been a nation that looks forward to the future and new projects. Progress has helped our economy to stay strong and flexible in the changing world environment. The idea of progress can also bring negative aspects to our civilization. The search for wealth can cause citizens, corporations, and government to overlook and neglect certain parts of society. The American economy has become accustomed to ease of transportation and supply lines. Goods and services can travel large distances across the country to consumers who demand particular products. People do not know or may take for granted where the products they are purchasing were created and how far they have traveled.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject Capitalism; Food production; Food distribution
Dissertation Institution University of Utah
Dissertation Name M.Arch
Language eng
Relation is Version of Digital copy of "South Towne market center and learning garden" College of Architecture + Planning, Architecture Visual Resources Library
Rights Management © Marnie L. Jacobsen
Format Medium application/pdf
Format Extent 79,249 bytes
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Source Original: University of Utah, College of Architecture + Planning, Architecture Visual Resources Library
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Date Created 2012-04-23
Date Modified 2012-04-23
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