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  1. LibGuides: Online Library Support and Resources for Your Subject 1 item
  2. BASIC TEXTS (from module handbook) 61 items
    There is no one text which covers the course. Reading lists will be given to you for each section (as below), and there is a clear expectation that you will have read widely around the subjects introduced in the lectures. Examination performance will be assessed in accordance with this expectation.
    1. Perhaps the best overall sources are: 4 items
      1. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

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      2. Rural (Key Ideas in Geography) - Michael Woods 2010 (electronic resource)

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    2. Other really useful texts for parts of the course are: 13 items
      1. Town and Country - Anthony Barnett, Roger Scruton 1999

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      2. Gender and Rurality - Lia Bryant, Barbara Pini 2011 (electronic resource)

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      3. Country Visions - Paul J. Cloke 2003 (electronic resource)

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      4. The Geography of Rural Change - Brian Ilbery 1998

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      5. Constructing the Countryside - Terry Marsden, Jonathan Murdoch, Philip Lowe, Richard Munton 1993

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      6. The Differentiated Countryside - Jonathan Murdoch, Philip Lowe, Neil Ward, Terry Marsden 2003 (electronic resource)

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    3. Otherwise make selected use of the following (some are now quite 'dated') for background reading: 38 items
      1. The Rural Economy and the British Countryside - Paul Allanson, Martin Whitby 1996

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      2. Childerley: Nature and Morality in a Country Village - Michael Mayerfeld Bell 1994

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      3. A Future for Our Countryside - John Blunden, Nigel Curry 1988

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      4. Tourism and Recreation in Rural Areas - Richard Butler, Colin Michael Hall, John M. Jenkins 1998

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      5. Rural Communities: Legacy and Change - Cornelia Butler Flora, Jan L. Flora 2012

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      6. Rural Racism - Neil Chakraborti, Jon Garland 2004 (electronic resource)

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      7. People in the Countryside: Studies of Social Change in Rural Britain - A.G. Champion, C. Watkins 1991

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      8. Rural Change and Planning: England and Wales in the Twentieth Century - Gordon E. Cherry, Alan W. Rogers 1996

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      9. Rural Resource Management - Paul J. Cloke, Chris C. Park 1984

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      10. Rural Planning: Policy into Action? - Paul J. Cloke 1986

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      11. Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations - Paul J. Cloke 1989

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      12. The Rural State?: Limits to Planning in Rural Society - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1990

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      13. Writing the Rural: Five Cultural Geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Marcus Doel, David Matless, Martin Philips 1994

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      14. Rural Wales: Community and Marginalization - Paul J. Cloke, Mark Goodwin, Paul Milbourne 1997 (electronic resource)

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      15. The Politics of Industrial Agriculture - Tracy Clunies-Ross, Nicholas Hildyard 1992

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      16. Another Country: Real Life Beyond Rose Cottage - James Garo Derounian 1993

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      17. Countryside Planning: The First Half Century - Andrew W. Gilg 1996

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      18. The Sociology of Rural Life - Samantha Hillyard 2007 (electronic resource)

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      19. Rural Europe: Identity and Change - Keith Hoggart, Henry Buller, Richard Black 1995

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      20. Critical Studies in Rural Gender Issues - Jo Little, Carol Morris 2005

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      21. Rural Planning and Management - Joe Morris, Alison Bailey, R. K. Turner, Ian J. Bateman 2001

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      22. Rural Development: Principles and Practice - Malcolm J. Moseley 2003 (electronic resource)

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      23. The Countryside in Question - Howard Newby 1988

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      24. A Countryside for All: The Future of Rural Britain - Michael Sissons 2001

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      25. The Country and the City - Raymond Williams 1973

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    4. Journals 6 items
      Also, please become familiar with back issues and current papers in Journal of Rural Studies, and Sociologia Ruralis. Regular reviews of rural geography in Progress in Human Geography are also helpful
  3. A. RURALITY AND IDENTITY 9 items
    1. 1. Positionality and Rural Geography 7 items
      An introductory session designed to start you thinking about what positional and situational characteristics influence your knowledge and understanding about rural areas.
      1. If you need to do any further reading on positionality and situated knowledge (and this will be important for your coursework), have a look at:

      2. A Companion to Social Geography - Vincent J. Del Casino 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Especially Chapters 8 ('Knowing / Doing'), 9 ('Framing the Field') and 12 ('The Worldly Work of Writing')

      3. Cultural Geography: A Critical Dictionary of Key Concepts - David Atkinson 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read 'Positionality / Situated Knowledge' by Ian Cook et al.

    2. 2. Natural Landscapes? 0 items
      The first of two initial overview lectures, designed to provide a longitudinal appreciation of how geographies of rural land use and landscape have traversed different eras and different emphases, whilst retaining a representational focus on the idyllic natural. Some of you may be fully aware of this material, but if not please do some further reading in order to get a deeper understanding of changing land issues in rural Britain. To do so, please use the Basic Texts list in the Module Handbook.
    3. 3. Social Landscapes? 2 items
      The second of these overview lectures focuses on the changing economic, social, political and cultural characteristics of rural Britian. In suburbanisation, and in counterurbanisation the rural idyll has prompted a commodification of rural living as an object of desire. Unless you are very familiar with these narratives, please spend time doing background reading, using the Basic Texts list in the Module Handbook.
      1. A good starting point for background reading would be to cover the following chapters in Mike Woods' textbook on Rural Geography:

         

      2. Rural Geography: Processes, Responses, and Experiences in Rural Restructuring - Michael Woods 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book  Especially Chapters 3 ('Globalization, Modernity and the Rural World'), 4 ('Agricultural Change'), 6 ('Social and Demographic Change'), 7 ('Changing Communities') and 8 ('Environmental Change and Rural Areas')

  4. B. RURALITY, SPACE AND CULTURE 131 items
    1. 4. Imagining Rural Spaces 66 items
      1. BOX 1.1: What is Rural? – Views from Rural Britain 66 items
        1. In early 2002, a British pressure group, the Countryside Alliance, which represents traditional, pro-hunting and pro-farming rural interests, asked its members what it meant to be 'rural' and how 'rural' should be defined. These are some of the responses to the question 'what is rural?'

        2. "A sparsely populated area i.e. villages, hamlets and small towns necessitating travel for amenities not supplied locally i.e. cinema, bank, supermarket."

        3. "Rural should be defined as areas in which the primary land use is of an agricultural nature. This should include equestrian activities. Tourist activities should also be included. Dormitory villages should be excluded (definition of dormitory village should be one where more than half of the working population travel more than 15 miles to work)".

        4. "Rural" is as much a state of mind as an actual place. It is an acceptance and understanding of people and things living in a mainly agricultural area, the practices and traditions."

        5. "Rural is seeing the stars on a clear night, being able to breathe unpolluted air, seeing wildlife in its natural habitat, being able to sleep without the constant noise of traffic. The beauty of nature in landscape, woodlands, hedgerows, etc."

        6. "Living and working in the countryside – with roots in the countryside from childhood. An understanding of the countryside and an unsentimental attitude to the animals, both wild and domesticated."

        7. "Rural is where strange cars are noted."

        8. See the following chapters in the Handbook of Rural Studies (2006):

        9. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

          Book  Read Chapters 1 ('Pathways in the Sociology of Rural Knowledge'), 2 ('Conceptualising Rurality') and 4 ('Rural Space: Constructing a Three-Fold Architecutre')

        10. Also see the following chapters in the International Handbook of Rural Studies (2016):

        11. Routledge international handbook of rural studies - Taylor & Francis 2016

          Book  Read Chapters 1 ('Framing rural studies in the Global North') and 2 ('Social dynamics and institutional capacity: structures, mobilities and identities beyond the periphery of the Global Metropolis')

        12. For a spread of background reading also see:

        13. Constructing the Countryside - Terry Marsden, Jonathan Murdoch, Philip Lowe, Richard Munton 1993

          Book  Read Chapter 2 - 'Restructuring the Countryside'

        14. For specific reading on measurement and data about rural-urban differences, see:

        15. Also read from the following:

        16. New Models in Geography: The Political-Economy Perspective (Vol. 1) - Richard Peet, Nigel J. Thrift 1989 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Read Chapter 7 - 'Rural Geography and Political Economy' by Paul Cloke

        17. Studying Cultural Landscapes - Iain Robertson, Penny Richards 2003 (electronic resource)

          Book  Read Chapter 7 - 'Landscapes of Rurality: Rural Others/Other Rurals' by Keith Halfacree

        18. Contested Countryside Cultures: Otherness, Marginalisation and Rurality - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1997

          Book  Read Chapter 3 - 'From the Power of Topography to the Topography of Power: A Discourse on Strange Ruralities' by Jonathan Murdoch and Andy C. Pratt

        19. Contested Countryside Cultures: Otherness, Marginalisation and Rurality - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1997

          Book  Read Chapter 2 - 'Of Other Rurals?' by Chris Philo

        20. Social Geographies: Space and Society - Gill Valentine 2001

          Book  Read Chapter 8 - 'The Rural'

    2. 5. Rurality and Culture 58 items
      1. See the following chapters in the Handbook of Rural Studies:  

      2. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapters 8 ('Landscapes of Desires?'), 9 ('Idyllic Ruralities') and 10 ('Variations on the Rural Idyll')

      3. Also see, in particular, the collection of essays in:

      4. Country Visions - Paul J. Cloke 2003 (electronic resource)

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      5. In addition see:

      6. Geographies of rural cultures and societies - Lewis Holloway, Moya Kneafsey, Taylor & Francis 2004

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      7. Otherwise read some of the following:

      8. Contested countryside cultures: otherness, marginalisation and rurality - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1997

        Book  Read Chapter 5 - 'Anti-idyll; rural horror'.

      9. Childerley: Nature and Morality in a Country Village - Michael Mayerfeld Bell 1994

        Book  Read Chapters 6 and 7

      10. Writing the Rural: Five Cultural Geographies - Paul J. Cloke 1994

        Book Essential Read 'Enculturing Political Economy: A Life in the Day of a "Rural Geographer"'

      11. Place/Culture/Representation - James S. Duncan, David Ley 1993 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 1 - 'Introduction: Representing the Place of Culture' by James Duncan and David Ley

      12. The Rural Idyll - G. E. Mingay 1989

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      13. The Unquiet Countryside - G. E. Mingay 1989

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      14. The Vanishing Countryman - G. E. Mingay 1989

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      15. The English Rural Community: Image and Analysis - Brian Short 1992

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      16. Imagined Country: Environment, Culture and Society - John Rennie Short 1991

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      17. The Country and the City - Raymond Williams 1973

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    3. 6. Culturally Constructing Rurality 7 items
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        An appreciation of the writings of one author:

      2. But see also:

      3. Preserving Cultural Landscapes in America - Arnold R. Alanen, Robert Melnick 2000 (electronic resource)

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  5. C . RURALITY, ECONOMY AND RESTRUCTURING 101 items
    1. For this block of four lectures it will be really useful to look at two "Special Sections" published recently in Journal of Rural Studies:

       

    2. Journal of Rural Studies (Vol. 36) 2014

      Journal  Find and read special sections on 'New Rural Economies', pp. 328-385 (editors Neil Argent and Thomas G. Measham) and 'Neoliberalising Rural Environments', pp. 386-474 (editors Vaughan Higgins, Clive Potter, Jacqui Dibden and Chris Cocklin). Vol. 36, 2014

    3. Journal of Rural Studies (Vol.63) 2018

      Journal  Find and read - Special section: Arts and Culture In Sustaining Rural Future (Guest editors: Marie Mahon, Brian McGrath and Lillis Ó Laoire), pp.214-279.

    4. 7. Restructuring Rurality 40 items
      1. The best overviews are:

      2. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 6 - 'Rural Economies' by Matteo B. Marini and Patrick H. Mooney

      3. Routledge international handbook of rural studies 2016

        Book  Read Chapter 8 - 'Economic transformations' and Chapter 14 - 'Invigorating the New Rural Economy'.

      4. For accounts of economic restructuring see:

      5. New Models in Geography: The Political-Economy Perspective (Vol. 1) - Richard Peet, Nigel Thrift 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read Chapter 7 - 'Rural Geography and Political Economy'

      6. Reconstituting Rurality: Class, Community and Power in the Development Process - Jonathan Murdoch, Terry Marsden 1994 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read Chapters 5 ('Agriculture and Beyond'), 6 ('From Production and Consumption'), and 9 ('Industrial Development and the Limits to Growth')

      7. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 19 - 'Neo-Endogenous Rural Development in the EU' by Christopher Ray

      8. Locality and Rurality: Economy and Society in Rural Regions - Tony Bradley, Philip Lowe 1984

        Book  Read Chapter 3 - 'Capitalist Restructuring, Recomposition and the Regions' by John Urry

      9. Also read from:

    5. 8. Post-Fordist Rurality? 22 items
      1. Read:

      2. Constructing the Countryside - Terry Marsden, Jonathan Murdoch, Philip Lowe, Richard Munton 1993

        Book  Read Chapter 2 - 'Restructuring the Countryside'

      3. Then read from:

      4. The Condition of Postmodernity: An Enquiry into the Origins of Cultural Change - David Harvey 1989

        Book  Read Chapter 10 - 'Theorizing the Transition'

    6. 9. Technology and Rural Services 20 items
      1. The most relevant sources are :

      2. Two-Speed Britain: rural Internet Use - John Farrington, Lorna Jennifer Philip, Caitlin Doyle Cottrill, Pamela Ann Abbott 2015

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      3. Rural Telematics in England: Strategic Issues - Hilary Talbot 1998

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      4. Otherwise, read selectively from

      5. The Rise of the Network Society - Manuel Castells 2010

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    7. 10. Commodifying Rural Places 16 items
      1. Read:

      2. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 17 - 'Commodification: Re-resourcing Rural Areas'

      3. Otherwise read selectively from:

      4. Simulations - Jean Baudrillard 1983

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      5. Contemporary Rural Geographies: Land, Property, and Resources in Britain (Essays in Honour of Richard Munton) - Hugh D. Clout 2007

        Book  Read 'Rurality and Creative Nature-Culture Connections', pp. 96-110

      6. Society of the Spectacle - Guy Debord 1983

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      7. Countryside Recreation in a Changing Society - Carolyn Harrison 1991

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      8. The Tourist Gaze - John Urry, Jonas Larsen 2011 (electronic resource)

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  6. D. RURALITY, OTHERNESS AND CARE 146 items
    1. There are several really good sources for this section in the Handbooks as follows: 

    2. Handbook of rural studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book  Chapter 5: (R Panelli), 'Rural society', Chapter 26: (J Little), 'Gender and sexuality in rural communities', Chapter 27: (P Cloke),' Rurality and racialized others', Chapter 29: (D Sibley), 'Inclusions / exclusions in rural space', Chapter 30: (A Tickamyer), 'Rural poverty', Chapter 32: (P Cloke), 'Rurality and otherness'.

    3. Routledge international handbook of rural studies - Taylor & Francis 2016

      Book  Chapter 3: (A Stockdale), 'Migration and the life course', Chapter 4: (T Scharf et al), 'Ageing in rural places', Chapter 5: (N Hanlon and R Kearns), 'Health in rural places', Chapter 29: (S Shortall), 'Changing configurations of gender and rural society', Chapter 35: (B Brandth and M Haugen), 'Rural masculinity', Chapter 37: (M Shucksmith), 'Social exclusion in rural places', Chapter 38: (P. Milbourne), 'Poverty and welfare in rural places', Chapter 40: (R.McAreavey), 'Understanding the association between rural ethnicity and inequalities'.

    4. Also see relevant special issues in Journal of Rural Studies:

    5. Journal of Rural Studies 2016

      Journal  Special section on Gender and migration in Europe’s rural regions; Guest Edited by Karin Wiest & Tim Leibert

    6. Journal of Rural Studies 2012

      Journal  Special Section: Growing Old in Rural Places, edited by Paul Milbourne, pp.314-446

    7. Journal of Rural Studies 2009

      Journal  Special Issue: 'De-centring White Ruralities: Ethnicity and Indigeneity'. Panelli R, Hubbard P, Coombes B and Suchet-Pearson S, pp.355-443.

    8. Journal of Rural Studies 2008

      Journal  Special Issue: 'Social Movements and Rural Politics', edited by Michael Woods, pp.129-218.

    9. 11. Rural Otherness 85 items
      1. For accounts of some of the main themes in social recomposition, see:

      2. Childerley: Nature and Morality in a Country Village - Michael Mayerfeld Bell 1994

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      3. Rural Racism - Neil Chakraborti, Jon Garland 2004 (electronic resource)

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      4. Studying Cultural Landscapes - Iain Robertson, Penny Richards 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 7 - ‘Landscapes of Rurality: Rural Others/Other Rurals’ by Keith Halfacree

      5. Contested Countryside Cultures: Otherness, Marginalisation and Rurality - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1997

        Book  Read Chapter 10 - 'Contesting Later Life' by Sarah Harper

      6. Contested Countryside Cultures: Otherness, Marginalisation and Rurality - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1997

        Book  Read Chapter 9 - 'Little Figures, Big Shadows: Country Childhood Stories' by Owain Jones

      7. Writing the Rural: Five Cultural Geographies - Paul J. Cloke 1994

        Book  Read Chapter 1 - 'Doing the English Village, 1945-90: An Essay in Imaginative Geography' by David Matless

      8. Diverse World-Views in an English Village - Nigel Rapport 1993

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      9. The Child in the Country - Colin Ward 1988

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      10. If you are interested in "class issues" read some of the following:

      11. People in the Countryside: Studies of Social Change in Rural Britain - Anthony Champion, Charles Watkins 1991

        Book  Read Chapter 3 - "Middle-Class Housing Choice: Channels of Entry into Gower, South Wales' by Paul Cloke, Martin Phillips and David Rankin

      12. Social Change and the Middle Classes - Tim Butler, Mike Savage 1995 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 13 - 'The New Middle Classes and the Social Constructs of Rural Living' by Paul Cloke, Martin Philips and Nigel Thrift

      13. Migration into Rural Areas: Theories and Issues - Paul Boyle, Keith Halfacree 1998

        Book  Read Chapter 7 - ‘Inside Looking Out; Outside Looking in. Different Experiences of Cultural Competence in Rural Lifestyles’ by Paul Cloke, Mark Goodwin and Paul Milbourne

      14. Rural Restructuring: Global Processes and their Responses - Terry Marsden, Philip Lowe, Sarah Whatmore 1990

        Book  Read Chapter 6 - 'Class and Change in Rural Britain' by Paul Cloke and Nigel Thrift

      15. Migration into Rural Areas: Theories and Issues - Paul Boyle, Keith Halfacree 1998

        Book  Read Chapter 10 - ‘Middle Class Mobility, Rural Communities and the Politics of Exclusion?' by Jonathan Murdoch and Graham Day

      16. Social Change and the Middle Classes - Tim Butler, Mike Savage 1995 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 12 - 'A Middle-Class Countryside?' by John Urry

      17. In addition see the excellent debate on class in;

    10. 12. Rural 'Lifestyles' 20 items
      1. Contested Countryside Cultures: Otherness, Marginalisation and Rurality - Paul J. Cloke, Jo Little 1997

        Book  Read Chapter 14 - 'Poor Country: Marginalisation, Poverty and Rurality' by Paul Cloke

      2. Rural Wales: Community and Marginalization - Paul J. Cloke, Mark Goodwin, Paul Milbourne 1997 (electronic resource)

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    11. 13. Rural Homelessness 24 items
      1. See the two main books on this subject:

      2. Rural homelessness: issues, experiences and policy responses - Paul J. Cloke, Paul Milbourne, Rebekah Widdowfield 2002

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      3. International perspectives on rural homelessness - Paul Milbourne, Paul J. Cloke 2006 (electronic resource)

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      4. A number of papers have also emerged from the 'rural homelessness' project:

      5. Homelessness: Exploring the New Terrain - Patricia Kennett, Alex Marsh 1999

        Book  Read Chapter 4 - 'Homelessness in Rural Areas: An Invisible Issue?' by Paul Cloke, Paul Milbourne and Rebekah Widdowfield

      6. In addition see:

    12. 14. Geographies of Rural Care 9 items
      1. Also read:

      2. Introducing Human Geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Philip Crang, Mark Goodwin 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 43 - 'Who Cares?' by Clive Barnett

      3. Rural Social Work: An International Perspective - Richard Pugh, Brian Cheers 2010

        Book  Especially Chapters 2 ('The Social Dynamics of Small Communities'), 4 ('The Experience of Other Minorities') and 5 ('Problems and Possibilities in Rural Practice').

  7. E. RURALITY, PERFORMANCE AND NATURE 99 items
    1. 15. Performativities 20 items
      1. For an introductory account of poststructural geographies and their implications for geographies of rurality, read:

      2. For materials on the importance of performativity in nature's countrysides, read:

      3. Staging Tourism: Bodies on Display from Waikiki to Sea World - Jane C. Desmond 2002

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      4. Bodies of Nature - Phil Macnaghten, John Urry 2001 (electronic resource)

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      5. Nature Performed: Environment, Culture and Performance - Bronislaw Szerszynski, Wallace Heim, Claire Waterton 2003

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      6. Otherwise see:

      7. 'Introduction: Enacting Geographies' [in] Geoforum - J. Dewsbury, P. Harrison, M. Rose, J. Wylie 2002

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      8. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 35 - 'Performing Rurality' by Tim Edensor

      9. Ways of Walking: Ethnography and Practice on Foot - Tim Ingold, Jo Lee Vergunst 2008

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      10. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 12 - 'Networking Rurality: Emergent Complexity in the Countryside' by Jonathan Murdoch

      11. Country Visions - Paul J. Cloke 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 17 - 'Still Life in Nearly Present Time: The Object of Nature' by Nigel Thrift

    2. 16. Staging Nature-Cultures: Adventurous Tourism 29 items
      1. Country Visions - Paul J. Cloke 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 11 - 'New Country Visions: Adventurous Bodies in Rural Tourism' by Carl Cater and Louise Smith

      2. Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures - Tracey Skelton, Gill Valentine 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 11 - 'Checking Out the Planet: Global Representations/Local Identities and Youth Travel' by Luke Desforges

      3. Tourism Planning and Policy in Australia and New Zealand: Cases, Issues and Practice - Colin Michael Hall, John M. Jenkins, G. W. Kearsley 1997

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      4. Economies of Signs and Space - Scott Lash, John Urry 1994 (electronic resource)

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      5. Empty Meeting Grounds: The Tourist Papers - Dean MacCannell 1992

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      6. The Wonder Country: Making New Zealand Tourism - Margaret McClure 2004

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      7. Tourism and Sustainability: New Tourism in the Third World - Martin Mowforth, Ian Munt 1998

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      8. Fielding's The World's Most Dangerous Places - Robert Young Pelton, Coskun Aral 1995

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      9. Time Out?: Leisure, Recreation and Tourism in New Zealand and Australia - Harvey C. Perkins, Grant Cushman 1998

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      10. Mapping Men and Empire: A Geography of Adventure - Richard Phillips 1997

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      11. Critical Issues in Tourism: A Geographical Perspective - Gareth Shaw, Allan Morgan Williams 2002

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      12. The Tourist Gaze - John Urry 2011

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      13. Consuming Places - John Urry 1994

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      14. Leisure/Tourism Geographies: Practices and Geographical Knowledge - David Crouch 1999 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 3 - 'Sensing Leisure Spaces' by John Urry

      15. Special Interest Tourism - Betty Weiler, Colin Michael Hall 1992

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      16. Embodied Geographies: Spaces, Bodies and Rites of Passage - Elizabeth Kenworthy Teather 1999

        Book  Read Chapter 4 - 'Schoolies Weak as a Rite of Passage: A Study of Celebration and Control' by Hilary Winchester, Pauline McGuirk and Kathryn Everett

    3. 17. 'Non-Human' Natures: The Agency of Trees 31 items
      1. Some of the empirical examples used in the session are detailed in:

      2. Tree Cultures: The Place of Trees and Trees in Their Place - Owain Jones, Paul J. Cloke 2002 (electronic resource)

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      3. Cultural Geographies (Vol. 11) 2004

        Journal  Find and read 'Turning in the Graveyard: Trees and the Hybrid Geographies of Dwelling, Monitoring and Resistance in a Bristol Cemetery' by Paul Cloke and Owain Jones, pp. 313-341 (Vol. 11, 2004)

      4. Material Agency: Towards a Non-Anthropocentric Approach - Carl Knappett, Lambros Malafouris 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 5 - 'Non-Human Agencies: Trees in Place and Time' by Owain Jones and Paul Cloke

      5. For an overview of issues relating to the non-human countryside see the following chapters from:

      6. Handbook of Rural Studies - Paul J. Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick H. Mooney 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapters 11 ('Constructing Rural Natures'), 12 ('Networking Rurality: Emergent Complexity in the Countryside') and 13 ('Non-human Rural Studies')

      7. More general literatures include:

      8. Remaking Reality: Nature at the Millenium - Bruce Braun, Noel Castree 1998 (electronic resource)

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      9. Remaking Reality: Nature at the Millenium - Bruce Braun, Noel Castree 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book  Read Chapter 9 - 'Incorporation Nature: Environmental Narratives and the Reproduction of Food' by Margaret Fitzsimmons and David Goodman

      10. Justice, Nature, and the Geography of Difference - David Harvey 1996

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      11. World Archaeology (Vol. 25:2) 1993

        Journal  Find and read 'The Temporality of the Landscape' by Tim Ingold, pp. 152-174 (Vol 25:2, 1993)

      12. Progress in Human Geography (Vol. 29:1) 2005

        Journal  Find and read 'Cultural Geography: The Busyness of being ‘more-than-Representational’ by Hayden Lorimer, pp. 83-94 (Vol. 29:1, 2005)