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Why shopping malls are so popularIf you look around, you will find that shopping malls are everywhere. Along with shopping malls are the numerous people in them. You cannot say you've never been in a shopping mall. ... A shopping mall brings in a lot of money, with holiday shopping and tourists. ... Plus with a shopping mall comes jobs and business. ...
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America's main streets are loosing customers to shopping malls.The malls are unlike city streets because they free parking,a special selection of stores and climate-controlled walkways.The layout of the malls intended to encourage browsing and buying.Even though, many kinds of stores are located in malls.Supermarkets are rarely included because grocery buyers do not like to linger there.Large department stores are deliberately located at the corners of the malls.In order to reach the department stores, shoppers must walk past specialty stores that sell products such as clothing, shoes and...
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Shop Online or At the Malls?... Many people prefer to shop in malls because they are able to see and feel the texture of the things that they want before they purchase it. ... When shopping at the malls, consumers are able to interact with sales people and be able to get the highest quality of service. ... Shopping on the Internet may seem like an easy way out from the traffic and the crowded malls, but nothing can beat the hands on experience of shopping. Shopping in malls gives the consumers the chance of using their four out of five senses: to look, feel, smell and hear. ...
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When people usually shop at a mall or outlet store, they shop for hours on end, and usually become tired and hungry afterwards. ... As for right now, many people thrive on going to either Florin or Arden for all there shopping needs. ... In August, the Old Navy clothing store opened next to Best Buy, and Linens N Things, in the Laguna shopping center located right off of the freeway. ... Having our own mall would not only decrease revenues for Florin Mall, and Arden Mall, but may even put some stores in Florin Mall out of commission. ... People from as far as Stockton and even Roseville wou...
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But, every form of shopping has its price. ... For individuals who work long hours, for those who don't live in urban areas, or for those who just can't find the time to get out to the mall, online shopping has become a great alternative. ... There are many commercial shopping services such as Roboshopper and Yahoo Shopping, to aid people in finding a product. There are also portals, which gather a number of shopping destinations together, this is much like an online shopping center. ... When shopping online many companies charge their clients a membership fee for using their online...
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In the short essay "Kids in the Mall", the author William Kowinski states how kids are being conditioned to purchase products. Teenagers all cross America can be found in shopping centers. ... Parents today use the mall, as a babysitter for their children because they believe it is a safe controlled environment. ... The author shows many ways in why the mall has an affect on the teen. ... Shopping has been introduced to them because the limiting responsibilities they maintain. ...
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Informative piece on Chadstone Shopping CentrePurpose: To provide an insight on Chadstone Shopping CentreAudience: People who have never been to the shopping centre beforeChadstone Shopping Centre has been formed from the dust of Melbourne's eastern region to become the new 'Mecca' for the city's shoppers. ... The Chadstone Mall was built in 1960 as a traditional Australian shopping venue, merely consisting of one road lined by shops on its flanks, covered by a tarpaulin for shelter. ... 'The Mall' is a two hundred metre continuous strip of shops, lined with a cor...
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When I shop on the Internet I found is more favorable then I go to mall to shop. ... If I go out to mall and bought a dress for her it will take me at least haft an hour. ... Most of the people don't want to go the mall and fighting with the crowded traffic and people in the mall to shop for the gifts. ... For example, last time I go shopping on the mall after I get out from work I almost fighting with one guy because he said I cut his line to check out. ... These are the most major problem that we used to see in the mall during the Christmas season. ...
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Anne Norton's book, The Signs of Shopping, discusses the way in which malls, catalogues, and home shopping networks "sell you what they want by telling you who you are." ... Norton believes that malls, catalogues, and home shopping networks have become a construction of self-identity with social interaction and class distinctions. Norton believes malls are one the things that help create identities. ... Shopping at the mall can now be done in the privacy of one's own home. ... I do believe that most malls, catalogues, and home shopping networks create identities for individuals. ...
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Sociology 210 Exam #2 (Essay #4)When sociologists think of the postmodern society, shopping malls are most likely the first thing to come to mind. ... People all over go to shopping malls to make their lives easier than past generations. ... So, where else would one go but to a shopping mall where he will find a greater number of choices of whatever product he desires. ... Shopping malls have not become the "cathedral of postmodern society" only for their products. ... Very rarely is it possible to find someone at a mall only to shop for what he/she wants and then leave.With the need to so...
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Women on the other hand seem less decisive when shopping; they seem to enjoy spending hours walking around in the shopping mall under the glow of fluorescent lighting. ... Men are efficient shoppers. ... Women are emotional shoppers. ... Couples should create a shopping budget for each person and shop independently or with someone else that enjoys shopping. ... By following these simple shopping rules couples will learn to enjoy shopping together....
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To make the distinction between a public downtown and private shopping center more confusing, it is not uncommon for a mall to have a U.S. ... (Mall of America, 1).Today's shopping centers provide social and political organizations an ideal place to interact with thousands of people on a daily basis. Shopping centers spend a great deal of money to entice people to come to the mall. ... On a Saturday afternoon, a particularly heavy customer traffic day for shopping centers, the students set up a table inside of Pruneyard Shopping Center, distributed pamphlets and asked mall customers to ...
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Because of the stress it takes simply to prepare for such an event, I cannot even bring myself to enter a mall on some days. Shopping is a rigorous task but the hardest part is not the actual shopping but the pre-shopping that wares the average person out. When I plan to go shopping I must find the energy to flip through my cluttered phonebook to find someone with the same stamina. ... The only reason I am going shopping is to find something to wear depressing my mood to find a temporary outfit. ...
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The Mall of America shooting exemplifies how gang violence can erupt anywhere and that no part of society is immune to this problem. As the mall employee in the article states, "you just can't be safe anywhere. ... Why are events such as the mall shooting so common? ... All of these questions must be examined to properly understand what caused this horrible catastrophe at the Mall of America that took the lives of two innocent bystanders who were waiting to see a movie at the mall cinema.The violent occurrence that took place at the Mall of America in Minnesota erupted late while mall ...
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As the mall employee in the article states, "you just can't be safe anywhere. ... Why are events such as the mall shooting so common? ... All of these questions must be examined to properly understand what caused this horrible catastrophe at the Mall of America that took the lives of two innocent bystanders who were waiting to see a movie at the mall cinema. The violent occurrence that took place at the Mall of America in Minnesota erupted late while mall workers were closing up shop and customers and patrons of the mall movie theatre remained inside. ... As with the mall shooting, this i...
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First of all, shopping is the least merriest task to do. I drive to the mall to get most of my gifts. ... I circle around from one end of the mall to the other for what seems like an eternity. After finding a spot, I go into the mall with my list of gifts, hoping I can get in and out in a timely manner. ... They have all their shopping done by November, and the gifts are wrapped before the tree is up. ...
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It was Tori, Liz, and Kim, asking if she wanted to go to the mall and look for Halloween costumes. ... By the time they were all done talking and ready to go to the mall it was almost 12:00 in the afternoon. ... They got so involved with their costume shopping that they didn't pay any attention about the time. ... The mall closed at 10:00!!! ... It was Tori, Liz, and Kim, asking if she wanted to go to the mall. ...
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Logging on the Internet is like walking through the biggest shopping mall. ... Shopping online offers many benefits that stores cannot offer. ... Another feature of shopping online is transactions with other country's. ... Shopping online can be very private as long as you use a secure browser. ... A survey dealing with online shoppers concerns showed that. ...
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She, along with her friends, loves going to the mall to window-shop or "hangout" as they call it. ... I on the other hand am not like my mom or my sister; I am not an avid shopper. Unlike them I don't enjoy shopping very much. Instead of going to the mall to shop and add to the commotion of the mall life of shopping, I go to the mall to get away from everything. ... For someone who doesn't enjoy going to the mall to shop this is surprisingly therapeutic. ...
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Every year I tend to wait to do all my Christmas shopping until the night before. ... Christmas Eve of 2001 was the worst I have ever been through.It is Christmas Eve 2001; I am walking out to my car to go Christmas shopping with my best friend. ... We decide to try to go to Oak Park Mall, Thinking that there will be less traffic. After about 45 minutes, we get off the freeway onto Metcalf Ave. and head down to Oak Park Mall. ... I start walking almost running, through the mall to get to the music store. ...
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There are over 2700 abandon shopping malls, parking lots, etc in the United States. ... The most important shopper to any business is an entertainment shopper because they stay longer to spend more money. ...
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An Unforgettable NightAfter reading Joyce Carol Oates story, " The Night Nurse,” revenge is what is found. This story starts off by a woman by the name of Grace Burkhardt, collapsing at a shopping mall because of a reason that was unknown at the time. She is taken in an ambulance to a ...
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CONVICTION OF A SHOPPER The Storekeepers Law is sure to convict most shoppers who read it...if they are honest, about their shopping tactics. As a female shopper, I have enjoyed two primary things (which both take a great deal of work) and they are shopping and getting a great bargain or as I often say, "getting a steal of a deal of a lifetime of a sale". ... There have been many occasions when I shopped for the sake of having something to do; some place to go or to kill time. ... A recent shopping incident that I had occurred at a Mall jewelry store a few days before Christmas. ......
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"This site kicks-ass!!" Initially, the Internet was designed to be used by government and academic users, but now it is rapidly becoming commercialized. It has on-line "shops", even electronic "shopping malls". Customers, browsing at their computers, can view products, read descriptions, and som...
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It narrows points on such profiling happening while driving on highways, shopping in malls and department stores, hailing for taxi cabs, and living an everyday life while being black. ... He also says that he will combine that data with what citizens say during quarterly community forums and biannual citywide survey of attitudes toward police. 4Shopping MallsFurthermore, many school aged kids to young adults witness to being a "suspect" of racial profiling in shopping malls, department stores, gas stations, and even grocery stores. ... A large amount of people who speak out on racial profiling...
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