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Blog Series: Course on "Inclusive Rural Development" - Installment 4 of more than 6

Class 2, Summary of Reading #3: Meyer F., J. Miggelbrink and T. Schwarzenberg. 2016. Reflecting on the margins: Socio-spatial stigmatisation among adolescents in a peripheralised region. Comparative Population Studies. 41(3/4): 285-320. http://dx.doi.org/10.12765/CPoS-2016-10en This was a really long reading, and not written in U.S. vernacular, so some words were used differently, and also meant different things, so following the story line was challenging. The professor had each of us volunteer to read and summarize to the class one of the readings in this course, and I chose this one. As I summarized, I kept an eye and ear on the professor for any signs I may have misunderstood the reading

Blog Series: Course on "Inclusive Rural Development" - Installment 3 of more than 6

Class #2, Summary of Reading #2: Christiaanse S., T. Haartsen. 2017. The influence of symbolic and emotional meanings of rural facilities on reactions to closure: The case of the village supermarket. Journal of Rural Studies. 54: 326-336. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.07.005 OVERVIEW This study sought to look at issues surrounding closure of a resource in a rural area due to population decline. The thoughts we usually have about this are that closure will result in a) lack of access to that service for the people remaining in the area, and b) reduced desirability of that locale as a place to live. The authors also wondered if there were some social or symbolic reasons people woul

Blog Series: Course on "Inclusive Rural Development" - Installment 2 of more than 6

After completing this course of six 3-hour classes, it is clear that if I continue to summarize one 3-hour class and its assigned readings per blog post, they will all be prohibitively long. So from here forward, each post will consist of a summary of either one of the readings, or the class content itself. In this way, each class will be represented by about 4 blog posts. I’ll clearly label them to make it easier for those of you who do all your homework (and I know each of you will read all of this thoroughly), to go back and find an earlier read if you need it for reference. Now for this week's installment... Class #2, Summary of Reading #1: Clifton J. et al. 2016. Public infrastructure s

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