Rural Regeneration in the UK
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Section one considers the context for rural regeneration, including theoretical frameworks of relevance and the ways in which rural regeneration policy and governance have been framed. In particular, it includes a consideration of how the rural has been made `thinkable', and the extent to which this has moved beyond traditional concerns with agricultural development. Section two highlights the key dimensions and spaces of rural regeneration. This includes responses to rural change from `within the rural', including community-led approaches, the use of culture and the environment and the extent to which approaches may be converging or diverging within a devolved UK. Section three summarizes key contemporary debates and considers future directions.
Rural Regeneration provides a comprehensive and integrated analysis of responses to rural change that will be appeal to a broad audience of students, scholars and practitioners both in the UK and abroad.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 08 Dec 2017
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction: the context for rural regeneration
Chapter 2: Rural regeneration policy
Chapter 3: The governance of rural regeneration
Section 2: Key Dimensions and Spaces of Rural Regeneration
Chapter 4: Rural community regeneration
Chapter 5: Environment, culture and rural regeneration
Chapter 6: A differentiated rural?
Section 3: Contemporary Debate and Future Directions
Chapter 7: Conclusion - new approaches to rural regeneration policy and governance?