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The Transitional Community: Integrating Students into the Community of St. Joseph, MN

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Kyle Krueger Thesis Booklet.pdf
Title: The Transitional Community: Integrating Students into the Community of St. Joseph, MN
Author: Krueger, Kyle
Abstract: Community design’s primary benefactors are the home owners and children forgetting about the young adults of the community. In some towns, but especially college towns, the population of young adults is the majority and not having these young adults interacting with the community can have a negative effect. By integrating young adults into the St. Joseph, MN urban landscape they will improve the city’s cultural identity as well as their own self efficacy. Through case study analysis and observations this study will attempt to integrate young adults within their communities utilizing their full potential.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Promenades (Pedestrian areas)
Plazas.
Pedestrian areas.
Urban parks.
Saint Joseph (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22802

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