Contested Communities

Experiences, Struggles, Policies by Paul Hoggett

Publisher: Policy Press

Written in English
Cover of: Contested Communities | Paul Hoggett
Published: Pages: 256 Downloads: 184
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Subjects:

  • Community care,
  • Urban communities,
  • Neighborhood,
  • Sociology,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Great Britain,
  • Communities,
  • Community life
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8629778M
ISBN 101861340362
ISBN 109781861340368

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In Contested Communities Thomas Miller Klubock analyzes the experiences of the El Teniente copper miners during the first fifty years of the twentieth century. Describing the everyday life and culture of the mining community, its impact on Chilean politics and national events, and the sense of self and identity working-class men and women developed in the foreign-owned enclave, Klubock.

This interdisciplinary volume investigates com-munity Contested Communities book postcolonial language situations, texts, and media. In actual and imagined communities, membership assumes shared features - values, linguistic codes, geographical origin, gender, sexuality.

New Book from Connected Communities: Re-Imagining Contested Communities We are very pleased to announce the release of a new volume in the Connected Communities book series from Policy Press. The volume, edited by Elizabeth Campbell, Kate Pahl, Elizabeth Pente, and Zanib Rasool, challenges contemporary ideas about ‘place’.

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local community groups but localism does not constitute automatic empowerment. Where responsibility for social reproduction has been shifted (via double devolution) to local communities there is a danger of reifying existing exclusions.

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Re-imagining contested communities. by Elizabeth Campbell | 21 March As such, the book presents a 'how to' for researchers interested in community collaborative research and accessing alternative ways of knowing and voices in marginalised communities.

Robert R. Janes is a Visiting Fellow at the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, UK, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Museum Management and Curatorship, and the founder of the Coalition of Museums for Climate has devoted his career to championing museums as important social institutions that can make a difference in the lives of individuals and their communities.

Re-imagining contested communities: connecting Rotherham through research Edited by Elizabeth Campbell, Kate Pahl, Elizabeth Pente and Zanib Rasool. This is a book that challenges contemporary images of ‘place’. "These community stories and voices highlight the power of storytelling and narrative as a research methodology and method.

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An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. In Contested Communities Thomas Miller Klubock analyzes the experiences of the El Teniente copper miners during the first fifty years of the twentieth century.

Describing the everyday life and culture of the mining community, its impact on Chilean politics and national events, and the sense of self and identity working-class men and women.

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Describing the everyday life and. 1 Helen Thornham is a Research Fellow at Leeds University and PI of a RCUK EPSRC led Communities and Culture Network+. Within the CCNetwork+ she is leading a number of projects including an investigation of the impacts of the Welfare Reforms on young people.

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It is inevitable that some members of the development community will dismiss one or more of these, while others will argue strongly in favour. Even within individually contested conceptualizations there is space for considerable diversity of views, and differing schools of thought also tend to overlap.

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The author argues that cultural practices are less visible than organisational practices, but are constitutive for politics and need to be understood and empirically 'accounted' for. ‘ Epistemic Communities and International Policy.