We start the day at the Little Farm where we feed and pet cute farm animals. For lunch, everyone brings a delicious dish for the potluck. After the picnic we continue to chat and get to know each other, while the children play on the playground. After lunch at a local restaurant we head to the famous Jelly Belly Factory where we learn all about the iconic American jellybean. After a tour of the factory, scholars enjoy free samples and purchase candy from the gift shop in time for Halloween.
Gentrification is the process by which urban neighborhoods, usually the home of low and lower-middle-income residents, become the focus of reinvestment and settlement by middle classes. The rapid urbanization process puts Asian megacities at the center of gentrification studies. In terms of its scale, speed, and the stakeholders involved, gentrification in Asian cities looks entirely different from the process in cities in Europe and the United States, where the term gentrification first started to be coined starting in the s. When it comes to non-Western cities, scholars consider gentrification as a broader political and economic process. This process includes the unequal and uneven production of urbanizing space, entailing power struggles between haves and have-nots as well as disputes over the upgrading of small neighborhoods or more significant clashes related to social displacement experienced at the metropolitan or even regional scale. Beyond Anglo-American gentrification theory. In Handbook of gentrification studies.
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As the traditional career advice goes, you usually shouldn't include your hobbies on your CV because they take up valuable space and waste the precious few seconds a recruiter spends skimming your career milestones. Calm and in control: Yoga will make you appear calm and collected on your CV, says career consultant Alyssa Gelbard. If you're looking for an internship at a company like Google , for example, one previous intern says hiring managers want to see interesting personal details on your CV. Here are 12 hobbies that you should consider including on your CV if you actively pursue them, as well as one you definitely shouldn't:. Yoga demonstrates your ability to stay calm and in control, Gelbard says.