Annotated Bibliography 5 & 6

5 & 6  April 10, 2017 Rogers, Allison. “The Real Estate Market That Defies the Trends.” Time,  5 Jan. 2012, business.time.com/2012/01/05/the-real-estate-market-that-defies-the-trends/. Accessed 25 Feb. 2017. Exhibit  Rogers, a writer under the Real Estate section of Times Magazine,  discusses how despite the poor ratings of the American housing and property market, the District defies national trend. […]

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Annotated Bibliography; RCP III

“What Should the Rock Creek Nature Center and Horse Center Become?” Berlin, Marlene. “What Should the Rock Creek Nature Center and Horse Center Become?” Forest Hills Connection, 3 Feb. 2017, http://www.foresthillsconnection.com/news/what-should-the-rock-creek-nature-center-and-horse-center-become/. In her online conversational piece, Berlin highlights the upcoming changes wanted for Rock Creek Park’s recreational centers. Apparently, the National Park Service is seeking approval […]

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Annotated Bibliography 3&4

3 & 4 March 27, 2017 Gallaher, Carolyn. “Do Efforts to Mitigate Gentrification Work? Evidence from Washington DC.” Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research 28 (2017). Exhibit  In her Journal article,  “Do Efforts to Mitigate Gentrification Work? Evidence from Washington DC,” American University professor, Carolyn Gallaher discusses economic austerity in the nation’s capital, […]

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Annotated Bibliography; Rock Creek Park II

“Rock Creek Park: A Short History” Benedi, Jamie. “Rock Creek Park: A Short History.” Curbed DC, 20 Mar. 2017, http://dc.curbed.com/2017/3/20/14959116/rock-creek-park-history. Benedi writes this article to inform the audience of the “storied history” of Rock Creek Park and how it transcends into what people now know as a natural wonder among the growing city. The author […]

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Annotated Bibliography 1& 2 February 20, 2017

Annotated Bibliography 1& 2  February 20, 2017 Exhibit  Duggan, Paul“In Gentrified Shaw, Old-Timers Offer Advice to Young — and Sometimes Naive — Newcomers.” Washington Post, https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/trafficandcommuting/in-gentrified-shaw-old-timers-offer-advice-to-young–and-sometimes-naive–newcomers/2016/11/20/a1247940-ada4-11e6-a31b-4b6397e625d0_story.html?utm_term=.a9b04347bf9bAccessed 17 Feb. 2017. Washington Post journalist, Paul Duggan, in his article  “In gentrified Shaw, old-timers offer advice to young — and sometimes naive — newcomers,” interviews two Washington DC […]

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Annotated Bibliography

  Built Environment Annotated Bibliography Castaneda, Ruben. “Addiction Battled Ambition For Reporter Caught In D.C.’s Crack Epidemic.” NPR, NPR, 3 July 2014. Accessed 15 Feb. 2017. The reason why I chose this article is because it will provide the proper amount of context and explanation of the tone and cultural mood of the time the […]

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AB 1-2

Background: Bryant, Donald C. Jr., and Henry W. McGee Jr. “Gentrification and the Law: Combatting Urban Displacement.” Urban Law Annual; Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law, vol. 25, no. 1, January 1983, pp. 46-143 In “Gentrification and the Law: Combatting Urban Displacement”, the author discusses what gentrification is and why it is such a relevant […]

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Annotated Bibliography; Rock Creek Park

Rock Creek Park: an Administrative History Mackintosh, Barry. Rock Creek Park: an Administrative History. Washington, D.C. History Division, National Park Service, Department of the Interior, 1985, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015029568816;view=1up;seq=5. Mackintosh’s book provides an extensive background on the origin of Rock Creek Park in DC. The author informs that the American administration in the 1800’s wanted a space […]

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