Students will be able to identify neighborhood boundaries.
1. Students include a description of neighborhood boundaries and/or a map in their report and discuss who has set the boundaries and if there is any disagreement about these boundaries.
Students will be able to explain the historical and contemporary development of the neighborhood.
Students provide discussion in the tour and report of any significant historical issues, how the neighborhood developed, and highlight any significant historical places on their tour. Students also review the current issues the neighborhood is facing.
Student will be able to apply urban sociology theories and concepts to this neighborhood.
4. Students will use course materials to help them analyze the historical development and current issues. They should provide a discussion of these concepts/and theories where appropriate in their report. These connections may also be made on the tour.