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by RAYMOND BLAKE,ANDREW NURSE


Blake and Andrew Nurse. University of Saskatchewan

PDF The Trajectories of Rural Life presents papers from a Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy conference designed to go "beyond the myths of rural Canada's past to develop a clear picture of the present reality from all perspectives " This could be a complicated project. Blake and Andrew Nurse. University of Saskatchewan. Follow this and additional works at: h9p://digitalcommons. Part of the Other International and Area Studies Commons.

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Raymond B. Blake holds a PhD in Canadian History from York University and . Blake holds a PhD in Canadian History from York University and undergraduate degrees from Memorial University. He is currently a Professor in the Department of History and was previously Director of the Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy and the Centre for Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University. His first book, Canadians At Last: Canada Integrates Newfoundland as a Province that was republished in 1994 examines how Canada integrated Newfoundland as a province in the decade immediately following the union of Canada and Newfoundland in 1949

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Rural communities have been profoundly affected by recent political-economic, demographic and cultural change. In Canada, the impacts of these changes are all about us: in the absolute population declines in Saskatchewan and Newfoundland, in the crises of the east and west coast fisheries, in the farm crisis, in serious ecological problems, and in the reorientation of rural social services. There is a tendency to view these problems in stark terms: as part of a qualitatively new era in Canadian history triggered, perhaps, by the forces of "globalization" or "urbanization" or the rise of the "service sector economy." In important ways, however, the problems of rural Canada are not particularly new. Rural migration, pollution, wildlife conservation, and other matters have been long-standing, persistent concerns of rural Canadians. This book attempts to both resist the seemingly persistent urge to romanticize and prognosticate about rural Canada and the people who live geographically outside the urban environment and suggest different ways of looking at rural life. In this sense, its goal is to build upon an increasingly strong base of research and writing on rural Canada to suggest different perspectives on the countryside, the small town, the environment, and the landscape.

Trajectories of Rural Life: New Perspectives on Rural Canada (Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy(SIPP)) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0889771529

ISBN: 0889771529

Author: RAYMOND BLAKE,ANDREW NURSE

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: University of Regina Press (May 8, 2003)

Pages: 167 pages

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