Los Angeles Essay Examples

Los Angeles sky-rocketing

A1. The existence of poverty is not directly related to the amount of natural resources a country owns or not. Poverty, in today’s world greatly depends on the ability to exploit those natural resources. Countries in South America are blessed with significant amounts of natural resources. Yet, when one travels to these places, it is… View Article

Implications of Information Technology on LAPD

Los Angeles is one of the cities in the United States, in the year 2010; the city is approximated to have a population of four million people, with an area of four hundred and sixty eight square miles. In 1869, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) was created to serve the area. Currently, LAPD is… View Article

The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Despite the competition derived from proximity, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Anaheim Angel both maintain financial success. Rather than one team dominating the market in ticket sales, both have a profitable organization. Every year, both teams manage to generate a substantial revenue – despite sharing a city. The population forms an allegiance with one… View Article

Cultural Diversity and Interaction

The City of Los Angeles, California, as we fondly call it “The City of Angels”, is the second most heavily populated metropolitan area in the United States of America. It is classified by my fellow Americans as a global city or a world city which means that the channel of associations binding this city has… View Article

Diamond cites multiple factors

A tale of two very similar farms, 500 years apart in time, in Montana and in Greenland respectively, sets the scene for Jared Diamond’s romp round the known world with an ecological bee in his bonnet. One farm prospered, and the other collapsed. Here ends the first reading, and sure enough, another few dozen parables… View Article

Manifest Destiny

“Manifest Destiny” Americans in the 1800’s were very proud of their country because of westward expansion and the growth of technology. An analysis of John Gast’s painting “Manifest Destiny” shows clearly how Americans viewed westward expansion during this time of nationalism and pride. Firstly, the lady “floating” over the land is dressed in pure white…. View Article