Malls affect people...they're designed to

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Farrell, have led me to believe that the shopping mall also serves as a community center. Another article which captured my attention was Ira Zepp's, "The Shopping Mall as Sacred Place." They each express their ideas of how the shopping mall is not just a place to shop due to it's constantly availability, which has created an ideal environment for social interaction for people of all ages...
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Farrell focuses mainly on how the shopping mall has grown over the past few decades and then adds his own opinions as to why. Lewis, on the other hand, used many hours of interviews and research, explaining to his audience exactly what the malls have become and who was there is to help it become such a phenomenon while Ira Zepp argues that the structure of the mall has to do with why communities form there...
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