interpreting rurality multidisciplinary approaches

Download Book Interpreting Rurality Multidisciplinary Approaches in PDF format. You can Read Online Interpreting Rurality Multidisciplinary Approaches here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Interpreting Rurality

Author : Gary Bosworth
ISBN : 9781134090518
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 74. 67 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 288
Read : 548

Download Now Read Online

The British countryside is a national institution; most people aspire to live there, many people use it for leisure and recreation and we can all watch rural life played out on our television screen, read about it in novels or consume its imagery in art and cinematography. The aim of this book is to explore the way that these aspirations and perceptions influence the way that the term "rural" is interpreted across different academic disciplines. Definitions of rural are not exact, leaving room for these interpretations to have a significant impact on the meanings conveyed in different areas of research and across different economic, social and spatial contexts. In this book contributors present research across a range of subjects allowing critical reflections upon their personal and disciplinary interpretations of "rural". This resulting volume is a collection of diverse chapters that gives an emergent sense of how the notion of "rural" changes and blurs as the disciplinary lens is adjusted. In drawing together these strands, it becomes clear that human relations with rural space morph materiality into highly complex representations wherein both disadvantage and social exclusion persist within a rurality that is also commodified, consumed and cherished.

The Planner

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015014100096
Genre : City planning
File Size : 29. 27 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 632
Read : 1051

Download Now Read Online

Partnerships In Communities

Author : Jean Richardson
ISBN : 1559637366
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 58. 93 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 480
Read : 554

Download Now Read Online

Partnerships in Communities provides a fresh perspective on sustainable rural community development, offering community-based and community-driven responses to the challenges facing rural America. Author Jean Richardson draws on her many years of experience working in rural areas both at home and abroad to offer an integrated and practical approach to rural community development. Some of the findings presented are derived from a comprehensive project known as Environmental Partnerships in Communities (EPIC), which Richardson has directed for the past seven years in Vermont. From this experience and those of others from across America, Richardson provides a wealth of insight regarding what works, what doesn't, and how financial and human resources can be most effectively focused in rural communities.Following an introductory chapter that describes what is happening in rural America today and examines the institutions and natural resource base upon which rural communities depend, the book: addresses the need for self-directed community development sets forth a comprehensive approach based on the EPIC experience describes efforts to revitalize working rural landscapes, including organization building, pasture management, historic preservation, and more uses case studies and personal stories of rural people to portray the critical role of leadership in community stewardship and conservation.At the end of each chapter, the author synthesizes the transferable lessons learned, and the book concludes with a chapter that draws together those lessons to suggest a dynamic new approach to rural development. Numerous photographs enliven the text, and an extensive bibliography and a rich set of appendixes provide resources for additional information.Partnerships in Communities will serve as an invaluable source of inspiration and ideas for rural community leaders, citizen groups, public officials, planners, students of rural planning and community development, and nonprofit organizations involved with rural development.

Problem Generating Structures In Nigeria S Rural Development

Author : Martin Igbozurike
ISBN : UCAL:B3167187
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 79. 25 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 273
Read : 778

Download Now Read Online

Objectives, scope, methods and hypothesis; Nigeria: the historical background; The genesis of the problem; Rural-urban relations as problem-generating structures; Field data: analysis and interpretation.

Strategies For Rural Development In Nigeria

Author : Martin Igbozurike
ISBN : 9781250577
Genre : Agriculture
File Size : 76. 29 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 485
Read : 165

Download Now Read Online

Climate Change

Author : William James Burroughs
ISBN : 0521567718
Genre : Nature
File Size : 70. 59 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 581
Read : 1204

Download Now Read Online

Climate Change: a Multidisciplinary Approach provides an up-to-date, concise and comprehensive presentation of our current knowledge of climate change and its implications for society. The book begins by giving a balanced coverage of the physical principles of the global climate, its behaviour on all timescales, and the evidence for and consequences of past change. It then reviews how we measure climate change and the statistical methods for analysing data, before exploring its causes and how we can model this behaviour. The final sections discuss predictions of future climate change and the economic and political debate surrounding its prevention and mitigation. This is a valuable undergraduate textbook for a wide range of courses, including meteorology, oceanography, environmental science, earth science, geography, history, agriculture and social science. It will also appeal to a wider general audience of readers in search of a better understanding of climate change.

Rural Education For The Twenty First Century

Author : Kai A. Schafft
ISBN : 9780271036823
Genre : Education
File Size : 72. 29 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 915
Read : 290

Download Now Read Online

"A collection of essays examining the various social, cultural, and economic intersections of rural place and global space, as viewed through the lens of education. Explores practices that offer both problems and possibilities for the future of rural schools and communities, in the United States and abroad"--Provided by publisher.

Top Download:

New Books