Making Sense of Place - Multidisciplinary Perspectives (häftad)
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The Boydell Press
Corsane, Gerard / Davis, Peter
20 Line drawings, black and white; 32 Illustrations, black and white
244 x 170 x 19 mm
563 g
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467:B&W 6.69 x 9.61 in or 244 x 170 mm (Pinched Crown) Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
Making Sense of Place - Multidisciplinary Perspectives (häftad)

Making Sense of Place - Multidisciplinary Perspectives

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The term "sense of place" is an important multidisciplinary concept, used to understand the complex processes through which individuals and groups define themselves and their relationship to their natural and cultural environments, and which over the last twenty years or so has been increasingly defined, theorized and used across diverse disciplines in different ways. Sense of place mediates our relationship with the world and with each other; it provides a profoundly important foundation for individual and community identity. It can be an intimate, deeply personal experience yet also something which we share with others. It is at once recognizable but never constant; rather it is embodied in the flux between familiarity and difference. Research in this area requires culturally and geographically nuanced analyses, approaches that are sensitive to difference and specificity, event and locale. The essays collected here, drawn from a variety of disciplines (including but not limited to sociology, history, geography, outdoor education, museum and heritage studies, health, and English literature), offer an international perspective on the relationship between people and place, via five interlinked sections (Histories, Landscapes and Identities; Rural Sense of Place; Urban Sense of Place; Cultural Landscapes; Conservation, Biodiversity and Tourism). Ian Convery is Reader in Conservation and Forestry, National School of Forestry, University of Cumbria; Gerard Corsane is Senior Lecturer in Heritage, Museum and Galley Studies, International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University; Peter Davis is Professor of Museology, International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University. Contributors: Doreen Massey, Ian Convery, Gerard Corsane, Peter Davis, David Storey, Mark Haywood, Penny Bradshaw, Vincent O'Brien, Michael Woods, Jesse Heley, Carol Richards, Suzie Watkin, Lois Mansfield, Kenesh Djusipov, Tamara Kudaibergonova, Jennifer Rogers, Eunice Simmons, Andrew Weatherall, Amanda Bingley, Michael Clark, Rhiannon Mason, Chris Whitehead, Helen Graham, Christopher Hartworth, Joanne Hartworth, Ian Thompson, Paul Cammack, Philippe Dube, Josie Baxter, Maggie Roe, Lyn Leader-Elliott, John Studley, Stephanie K. Hawke, D. Jared Bowers, Mark Toogood, Owen T. Nevin, Peter Swain, Rachel M. Dunk, Mary-Ann Smyth, Lisa J. Gibson, Stefaan Dondeyne, Randi Kaarhus, Gaia Allison, Ellie Lindsay, Andrew Ramsay
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Peter Davis was born in August 1921. He joined an infantry unit after school, deferring a scholarship to Cambridge until after the War. In 1942 he joined the SAS. This book tells of his experiences in Sicily and Italy in 1942 and 1943. He went on to be promoted to Captain and following a skirmish in France in 1945, was awarded the Military Cross. After the War, he took up his scholarship and was granted a Master of Arts degree. He married and moved to South Africa. Peter was murdered on 4 March 1994 and this remains an unsolved crime. Editor Details: Paul Davies, the author's son, has resettled in the UK after many years in South Africa.


Introduction: Making Sense of Place - Gerard Corsane and Peter Davis and Ian Convery Land, Territory and Identity - David Storey Viewing the Emergence of Scenery from the Lakes - Mark Haywood Cumbrians and their 'ancient kingdom': Landscape, Literature and Regional Identity - Penny Bradshaw Gypsies, Travellers and Place: a co-ethnography - Ian Convery and Vincent O'Brien Rural People and the Land - Michael Woods and Jesse Heley and Carol Richards and Suzie Watkin Hill farming identities and connections to place - Lois Mansfield Place, Culture and Everyday Life in Kyrgyz Villages - Vincent O'Brien and Kenesh Djusipov and Tamara Kudaibergenova Local renewables for local places? Attitudes to renewable energy and the role of communities in place-based renewable energy development - Jennifer Rogers and Ian Convery and Eunice Simmons and Andrew Weatherall Health, People and Forests - Amanda Bingley Achieving Memorable Places... 'Urban Sense of Place' for successful urban planning and renewal? - Michael Clark The Place of Art in the Public Art Gallery: A Visual Sense of Place`` - Rhiannon Mason The Place of Art in the Public Art Gallery: A Visual Sense of Place - Chris Whitehead and Helen Graham Survival sex work: vulnerable, violent and hidden lifescapes in the North East of England - Joanne & Christopher Hartworth and Ian Convery Gardens, Parks and Sense of Place - Ian Thompson Gardens: places for nature and human-nature interaction - Paul Cammack and Ian Convery The Image Mill: A Sense of Place for a Museum of Images - Philippe Dube Making Sense of Place and Landscape Planning at the Landscape Scale - Maggie Roe Cultural Landscape and Sense of Place: community and tourism representations of the Barossa - Lyn Leader-Elliot Territorial cults as a paradigm of place in Tibet - John Studley Heritage and sense of place: amplifying local voice and co-constructing Meaning - Stephanie K. Hawke Sense of Place in Sustainable Tourism: A Case Study in the Rainforest and Savannahs of Guyana - Gerard Corsane and D Jared Bowers Placing the Maasai - Mark Toogood Nature Tourism: Do bears create a sense of place? - Owen Nevin and Peter Swain and Ian Convery What's Up? Climate change and our relationship with the hills - Rachel Dunk and Mary-Ann Smyth and Lisa. J Gibson Nature conservation, rural development and ecotourism in central Mozambique: which space do local communities get? - Stefaan Dondeyne and Randi Kaaarhus and Gaia Allison Rainforests, Place and Palm Oil in Sabah, Borneo - Ellie Lindsay and Andrew Ramsey and Ian Convery and Eunice Simmons Afterword: Untying the Rope - Josephine Baxter