Corporate v. Non-Corporate

Annotated Bibliography 9: Exhibit: Carman, Tim. “Starbucks is over downtown Washington. These coffee shops are so much better.” The Washington Post, 5 April 2017. In his article “Starbucks is all over downtown Washington. These coffee shops are so much better”, Tim Carman discusses the new non-corporate coffee shops that are beginning to push Starbucks aside. […]

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Annotated Bibliography 5 & 6

Method: Greg Dickinson. “Joe’s rhetoric: Finding authenticity at Starbucks.”  Rhetoric Society Quarterly, vol 32, Iss. 4,2002, June 2009, pp. 5-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02773940209391238, doi: 10.1080/02773940209391238 In his article, “Joe’s rhetoric: Finding authenticity at Starbucks” by Greg Dickinson, he discusses the rhetorical strategies used by Starbucks to draw lure in consumers and keep them happy.  For example, Starbucks places the […]

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Coffee Drinking is a Culture

Background: Schneider, Robert. “Coffee Culture”: Hot Coffee + Cool Spaces. The Images Publishing, 2016. In his book, “Coffee Culture: Hot Coffee + Cool Spaces” by Robert Schneider, he describes thirty-three different interesting coffee shops located all around the United States. Each shop has a unique setting and location including historical buildings, art useless, arcades, and even an […]

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Annotated Bibliography; RCP V

“Don’t Kill the Deer in Rock Creek Park” Kirkpatrick, Jay, and Allen Rutberg. “Don’t Kill the Deer in Rock Creek Park.” The Washington Post; Washington, D.C., 3 Feb. 2013, p. C.4. ProQuest, http://search.proquest.com/docview/1283505746/abstract/A63445CE490E4F47PQ/1. In their “Don’t Kill the Deer in Rock Creek Park,” Kirkpatrick and Rutberg discredit the urgency to kill deer roaming and living […]

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Annotated Bibliography 9 & 10

  “Shaw.” Washington.org, 17 Feb. 2017, washington.org/dc-neighborhoods/shaw. Accessed 25 Feb. 2017. Exhibit  The article on the neighborhood of Shaw within the District of Columbia’s website provides a brief summary of the neighborhood’s composition and history. The page highlights restaurants within the neighborhood that are up incoming along with the neighborhood. Hyperlinks make the website easily […]

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Annotated Bib 78

“Washington, DC Fact Sheet.” Washington.org, Washington.org, 9 Mar. 2017, washington.org/DC-information/washington-dc-fact-sheet The first first source that I am chasing to write about is an collection of statistics about D.C.  Everything from demographic information of the citizens of D.C to the climate to different information about the universities in D.C. However the most valuable parts of information […]

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Annotated Bibliography; RCP IV

Rock Creek Park—Washington, D.C.’s Urban Oasis Chakrabarti, Meghna. “Rock Creek Park—Washington, D.C.’s Urban Oasis.” Here & Now. http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2016/05/30/rock-creek-park-washington-dc.  Accessed 11 Apr. 2017. Chakrabarti, in her article centered around the “urban oasis” that is Rock Creek Park for Here & Now, offers insight to Anthony Linforth’s different point of view, a ranger at the site. The man highlights […]

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Annotated Bibliography 7 & 8

7 & 8 April 13, 2017   Exhibit  Lewis, Aidan, and Bill McKenna. “Washington DC from Murder Capital to Boomtown.” BBC News, BBC, 6 Aug. 2014, www.bbc.com/news/magazine-28605215. Accessed 27 Feb. 2017. British Broadcasting Corporation journalists, Lewis and McKenna discussed the history of Washington D.C.’s neighborhood Shaw’s crack abuse and gun violence by analyzing former Washington […]

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Annotated Bib 5+6

  “Union Station’s ‘Forgotten’ Historic Interior Spaces.” Streets of Washington, Streets of Washington, www.streetsofwashington.com/2012/10/union-stations-forgotten-historic.html. Accessed 9 Apr. 2017. I am going to be using this source as my exhibit. Because my main topic of discussion throughout this essay is talking about the effects of the aesthetics of union station, this article is perfect. The main […]

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