5 edition of Contemporary rural geographies found in the catalog.
Contemporary rural geographies
Hugh D. Clout
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||GF551 .C56 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006100592|
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The last decade or so has witnessed a flourishing of research in rural geography; in particular, approaches which have developed socio-cultural perspectives on rural issues. This book brings together well-established and newer researchers to examine the position of rural social and cultural geography at the beginning of the 21st century and to. When originally published in this book was one of the first to present a systematic comparison of small enterprises in both urban and rural areas in contemporary Britain. Key issues such as relative performance levels and the relevance of recent develoopments to the economy as a whole are discussed by well-known contributors.
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Contemporary Rural Geographies: Land, property and resources in Britain: Essays in honour of Richard Munton. ISBN as well as echoing the priorities identified by an influential figure in British rural geography, Richard Munton. This book demonstrates that the rural world needs to be seen in a far wider perspective than that of agriculture.
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Land, property and resources in Britain: Contemporary rural geographies book in honour of Richard Munton. Edited By Hugh Clout.
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This book demonstrates that the rural world needs to be seen in a far wider perspective than that of Author: Hugh Clout.
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Rural Geography An Introductory Survey Book • Authors: Discusses a series of themes linked to the changing use of the rural environment in the modern world.
Although the text emphasises issues in Great Britain it also compares the rural scene in France, North America, Northern Europe and Eastern Europe and has general relevance. In rural geography the cultural turn has an important milestone in the book Writing the rural.
Five cultural geographies (Cloke and Thrift, ) that suggests the poststructuralist deconstruction of different rural texts. It incorporates into the geographic research the lay discourses, but also integrates -and opposes- the.
Part 1: Introducing Rural Geography. Chapter 1: Defining the Rural Chapter 2: Understanding the Rural Part 2: Processes of Rural Restructuring. Chapter 3: Globalization, Modernity and the Rural World Chapter 4: Agricultural Change Chapter 5: The Changing Rural Economy Chapter 6: Social and Demographic Change Chapter 7: Changing Communities: Restructuring Rural Services.
An investigation through texts, interviews, and documentation of the complex relationship between the urban, the rural, and contemporary cultural production.
What, and where, is “the Rural”. From the rocks that break a farmer's plough on a field in Japan to digital infrastructures that organize geographically dispersed interests and ambitions, vast parts of our lives are still connected. Contemporary rural geographies.
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Organized around 20 short essays, Key Concepts in Rural Geography provides a cutting edge introduction to the central concepts that define contemporary research in rural geography. Get this from a library. Contemporary rural geographies: land, property, and resources in Britain: essays in honour of Richard Munton.
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Written by one of America's foremost geographers, Postmodern Geographies contests the tendency, still dominant in most social science, to reduce human geography to a reflective mirror, or, as Marx called it, an "unnecessary complication." Beginning with a powerful critique of historicism and its constraining effects on the geographical imagination, Edward Soja builds on the work of Foucault 4/5(4).
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