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This paper examines the reasons why people in New York drink coffee. It discusses the obvious reasons of the punishing pace of New York life which compounds the need for the desired effects of coffee. Some, it expands, are addicted. It also explores the conspicuous traits of many coffee makers, and claims that there are other more profoundly sociological reasons why drinking coffee is a proclivity shared by many New Yorkers.
From the Paper:"There are obvious and not-so-obvious reasons why people in New York drink coffee. Some drink coffee (presumably many) because the punishing pace of New York life makes it necessary that they "re-fuel" when the opportunity presents itself. Others drink coffee because they have, to put it simply, an addiction. While these are conspicuous traits of many coffee-makers, there are other, more profoundly sociological, reasons why drinking coffee is a proclivity shared by many New Yorkers. This paper will look specifically at the fact that drinking coffee (in New York and in one of New York's multitudinous cafes) is a social exercise which allows people to find mates, to interact with others, and to protect themselves from harm. Ultimately, what should emerge from this brief paper is an appreciation that coffee consumption is much more than merely a means of "waking up in
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