2 edition of Rural crisis found in the catalog.
by Centre for Development Studies, University College, Galway in [Galway]
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Tony Varley, Thomas A. Boylan, Michael P. Cuddy.|
|Series||Studies in Irish rural development ;, 1|
|Contributions||Varley, Tony., Boylan, Thomas A., Cuddy, Michael P.|
|LC Classifications||HN400.3.Z9 C667 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||244 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||91204986|
There is a growing sense of crisis in rural ways of life, which manifests itself in economic decline, depopulation, depleted environments, and a crisis of rural identities. Crime is one potent marker of crisis, the more so as it spoils the image of healthy, cohesive community. The social reaction it elicits, the policing of this 'other rural', is also a guide to the dimensions of by: The Rural Higher-Education Crisis When it comes to college enrollment, students in Middle America—many of them white—face an uphill battle against economic and cultural deterrents. Jon Marcus.
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The book is an understated howl of protest against the racialized blame game that has, for decades, powered American politics and confounded our attempts to talk about : Joshua Rothman. City dwellers seek rural retreats to sit out the crisis. giving them the chance to extend their stay if someone else tries to book the property for the subsequent period.
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