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加拿大论文代写:兴趣和需求

在这种背景下,住在附近的居民担心码头本身已经成为帮派的一种聚会形式,他们的街道上挤满了来法院的青少年。人们的抱怨是,这些青少年在街上和去足球场的路上行为不检点。Willtown协会主席,琳达现在指出,“Joralemon街变成了这样的漏斗的孩子已经很激动了,尖叫着跑在街上跳篮球,嘲弄行人、嘲弄汽车,[…]只是表明公园真的需要控制他们的设施”(杂粮面包,2016年,帕拉6)。由于发生过多次斗殴事件,公园在过去不得不关闭。现在,这群利益相关者对公园完全关闭进行足球活动很感兴趣,他们要求公园管理人员把这个地方用作其他用途,比如网球场。

加拿大论文代写:兴趣和需求
第二组利益相关者是参与者。球员们认为他们在附近是不受欢迎的。一位玩家说,当她走上街头时,她相信周围的人会对她产生怀疑。“这就像他们看着你,把他们的孩子挪到一边,好像你要做点什么似的,然后紧紧抓住他们的钱包。”你这样做只是让我们觉得不受欢迎。我们只是来这里打篮球”(杂粮面包,2016年,帕拉9)。的种族问题也被认为是表示,超过80%的居民是白人在布鲁克林的高度,这可能意味着他们反对的球员(主要是非洲裔美国人)来到他们的领域玩或者他们带着成见无法无天的青少年(杂粮面包,2016)。

加拿大论文代写:兴趣和需求

Now in this context, the residents living in the neighborhood fear that the pier as such has become a form of gathering for gangs and that their streets are overrun with teenagers who come to the courts. The complaint is that the teenagers are not behaving on the streets and on their way to the football courts. The President of Willtown association, Linda DeRosa states that “Joralemon Street becomes like this funnel of kids who are already very agitated running down the street screaming, bouncing basketballs, taunting pedestrians, taunting cars, […] It’s just a sign that the park really needs to get control of their facility” (Maslin, 2016, para 6 ). There have been fights because of which the park has had to be closed in the past. Now this set of stakeholders are interested in the park being closed down for football activity completely and have requested that the Park management use the space for something else, such as that of a tennis court.

加拿大论文代写:兴趣和需求
The second set of stakeholders are the players. The players believe they are unwelcome in the neighborhood. A player states that when she comes into the streets, she believes the neighborhood view them with suspicion. “It’s like they look at you, move their kids over like you’re going to do something, and clutch on to their purse. You’re doing that — it just makes us not feel welcome. We just came here to play basketball” (Maslin, 2016, para 9). The race issue is also considered as it is stated that more than 80 percent of the residents are white in Brooklyn Height, and this could mean they are averse to the players (who are mostly African American) coming to their areas to play or maybe they carry stereotypes on the unruliness of the teenagers (Maslin, 2016).