Handbook of Rural Studies Paul J. Cloke

ISBN: 9781446229330

Published: January 1st 2006

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528 pages


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Handbook of Rural Studies  by  Paul J. Cloke

Handbook of Rural Studies by Paul J. Cloke
January 1st 2006 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 528 pages | ISBN: 9781446229330 | 8.25 Mb

This book raises the theoretical level of rural studies to new heights the Handbook of Rural Studies will likely become a key resource on the bookshelves of the next generation of graduate students... - Gary Paul Green, University ofMoreThis book raises the theoretical level of rural studies to new heights the Handbook of Rural Studies will likely become a key resource on the bookshelves of the next generation of graduate students... - Gary Paul Green, University of Wisconsin-Madison This Handbook powerfully demonstrates that rural spaces, rural societies and rural natures are at the very forefront of critical social science endeavour.

Read this book, become a rural social scientist - Henry Buller, University of ExeterAn outstandingly comprehensive review of theory, research and the study of rural questions an essential reference for students, scholars, politicians, developers and rural activists - Imre Kovach, Institute for Political Sciences, BudapestThis collection is an essential addition to any rural scholar s library and will be a critical resource for both established rural scholars and rising graduate students interested in rural research topics - Peter B Nelson, Middlebury CollegeThe Handbook of Rural Studies is a tour de force on changing rural people and places in a rapidly urbanizing global economy -- the most comprehensive interdisciplinary treatment of rural available anywhere.

This is absolutely must reading for social scientists concerned about finding a prominent place for rural in scholarly discourse, institutional analysis, and public policy debates on the political economy of space -Daniel T Lichter, Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell UniversityThe Handbook represents the vitality and theoretical innovation at work in rural studies.

It shows how political economy and the cultural turn have led to very significant new thinking in the cultural representations of: rurality- nature- sustainability- new economies- power and rurality- new consumerism- and exclusion and rurality.It is organized in three sections: approaches to rural studies- rural research: key theoretical co-ordinates and new rural relations.In a rich and textured discussion, the Handbook of Rural Studies explains the key moments in which the theorization of culture, nature, politics, agency, and space in rural contexts have transmitted ideas back into wider social science.



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