Broadlands and the New Rurality
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager
På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.
Taking the principles of dramaturgy and rural studies scholarship, Broadlands provides a toolkit to make sense of rural change. It uses ethnography to enhance interactionist dramaturgy via cross-references with new theoretical orientations that emphasise the temporal dynamics of space in a 'knowing capitalism'. Where early dramaturgy stressed formal organisations in shaping roles and identity, Broadlands expands these concepts to include informal and transient organisations and associations.
Ultimately, the book advances a new model for grasping the complexity of the rural. For researchers and students ofrural and urban sociology, this is an engaging text that reframes our understanding of rurality.
Chapter 1. Thinking About Rurality
Chapter 2. Norfolk: The Agrarian Revolution and the Emergence of an Elite
Chapter 3. Patterns of Ownership in Modernity
Chapter 4. A Village of Three Parts
Chapter 5. Village Institutions #1: The School, the Pub and the Church
Chapter 6. Village Institutions #2: The Very Model of a Modern Rural Villager
Chapter 7. A Tale of Three Villages: Norfolk, 'Economy' Norfolk and Northants
Chapter 8. Methodological Note