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Management & Leadership
  • Author:
    Sarah Neal
  • ISBN:
    0754673065
  • ISBN13:
    978-0754673064
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    Routledge; 1 edition (July 28, 2009)
  • Pages:
    170 pages
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    Management & Leadership
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By: Neal, Sarah, Ms. Publisher: Routledge. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to Rural Identities: Ethnicity and Community in the Contemporary English Countryside. Print ISBN: 9780754673064, 0754673065. Rural Identities investigates and engages with the ways in which ideas of the English countryside and rural nature, are enrolled into and fashion the narratives of Englishness. At the heart of the book is an examination of the formations of rural social relations, where the processes and practices through which rural attachments and senses of rural belonging, are established and maintained. eTextbook Return Policy.

In this extremely important book, Sarah Neal gets to the heart of what constitutes white people’s attachment to the countryside. The result is a fresh and incisive analysis of the role of nature, the non-human and the emotional in the construction of ethnic identity and belonging.

Rural Identities investigates and engages with the ways in which ideas of the English countryside and rural nature, are enrolled into and fashion the narratives of Englishness

Rural Identities investigates and engages with the ways in which ideas of the English countryside and rural nature, are enrolled into and fashion the narratives of Englishness

Rural identities: Ethnicity and community in the contemporary English countryside.

Rural identities: Ethnicity and community in the contemporary English countryside. Journal of Rural Studies 22 (2), 177-189, 2006.

Rural Identities investigates and engages with the ways in which ideas of the English countryside and rural nature, are enrolled into and fashion the narratives of Englishness

Rural Identities investigates and engages with the ways in which ideas of the English countryside and rural nature, are enrolled into and fashion the narratives of Englishness.

Dr Sarah Neal has published a new book, Rural Identities: Ethnicity and Community in the .

Dr Sarah Neal has published a new book, Rural Identities: Ethnicity and Community in the Contemporary English Countryside (2009 on Ashgate).

This book explores issues of ethnicity, identity and racialised exclusion in rural Britain, in depth and for the first time. It questions what the countryside 'is', problematises who is seen as belonging to rural spaces, and argues for the recognition of a rural multiculture.

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Introduction: Sarah Neal and Julian Agyeman Part 1: Notions of nation .

Introduction: Sarah Neal and Julian Agyeman Part 1: Notions of nation and national contexts: 'It goes without saying (well, sometimes)': Racism, Whiteness and identity in Northern Ireland ~ Paul Connolly Place matters: exploring the distinctiveness of racism in rural Wales ~ Vaughan Robinson and Hannah Gardner 'Let's keep our heads down and maybe the problem will go away': Experiences of. rural minority ethnic households in Scotland ~ Philomena de Lima .

Rural Identities investigates and engages with the ways in which ideas of the English countryside and rural nature, are enrolled into and fashion the narratives of Englishness. At the heart of the book is an examination of the formations of rural social relations, where the processes and practices through which rural attachments and senses of rural belonging, are established and maintained. Drawing on a substantial research project Rural Identities presents important new empirical material in its analysis of why the concepts of community and ethnicity are relevant to understanding the contested status of the English countryside. In doing so, it outlines the exclusionary limitations and inclusionary possibilities of the relational discourses of rurality and nation. The rich empirical material and the conceptual apparatus employed in this volume render it appealing to policy makers as well as to scholars of sociology, geography, qualitative research methods and race and ethnicity studies.