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Born: 1981-09-12 AGE: 36 Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria
Height 5'11" 180.34 cm Weight 203 lbs 92.08 kg
Association: Bushido Bulgaria
Class: Light Heavyweight
Wins 12 6 KO/TKO () 4 SUBMISSIONS () 2 DECISIONS ()
Losses 2 1 KO/TKO () 1 SUBMISSIONS () 0 DECISIONS ()
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During the course of the Industrial Revolution, people moved to where the jobs were. In most cases, this meant that people moved from their farms to a city. However, where people lived often depended upon what job they could get, and the income to afford housing came with what job they got. Since the city offered a wide variety of jobs, a wide variety of people came to fill those jobs. Thus, within the cities, social divisions sprang up, some of which were due to economic reasons and others were due to cultural reasons.

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The cities continued to grow, and in order to make sense out of this social change, Ernest W. Burgess, Ph.D. (the 24th President of the American Sociological Society) came up with a model. In 1925, Dr. Burgess presented his . The concentric zone model was one of the first theories to explain urban social structures.

The concentric zone model divides cities into sets of concentric circles. Dr. Burgess used Chicago as an example, explaining that that the bulls-eye, or the inner circle, is where the downtown area is. For clarity's sake, the concentric circles will be named 'zones,' with Zone 1 being the innermost circle.

Dr. Burgess's model assumes that there is a correlation between where you live and how much money you earn. For example, the further from Zone 1, the more money you make, and thus you can afford a better quality of housing. Although the concentric zone model cannot be applied universally to all cities, it does take into account gemeinschaft and gesellschaft. Gemeinschaft can be seen in individuals who live outside of Zone 6. These people live in a rural environment and do not want to give up their sense of community by moving to a city, even though they don't make as much money as Zone 6 people. While gesellschaft can be seen in individuals who live in any of the zones, these individuals left their sense of community and have become an individual working and living in a city for the chance to have a better quality of life.

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In this lesson, we discussed the contributions of two social scientists: Ferdinand Tönnies and Ernest W. Burgess. Tönnies observed the shift in populations from a rural environment to an urban environment, and he sought to classify the social change. He determined that there were two ideas that could take into account this social change: gemeinschaft and gesellschaft. Gemeinschaft can be attributed to individuals living in a tight-knit rural community, and gesellschaft can be attributed to the individual living in a city who is trying to improve the quality of life for themselves.

The cities changed with all of these people migrating into them in an effort to find work, and some of the original residents were displaced by gentrification. Ernest W. Burgess determined to make sense out of all of the changes happening in the cities by developing his concentric zone model. This model shows that a city will be divided up based upon how much money you make and where you live.

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