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Author International Seminar on Marginal Regions (15th : 1999 : Newfoundland)

Title Community development on the North Atlantic margin : selected contributions to the fifteenth international seminar on marginal regions / edited by Reginald Byron and John Hutson
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
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Series Routledge revivals
Routledge revivals.
Contents Part Part I: New Perspectives on Community Development -- chapter 1 Looking to the Land: Regional Imagery, Quality Products and Development Strategy in Marginal Rural Regions / Tim Jenkins -- chapter 2 New Public Management and Peripheral Regions / Paul Olav Berg -- part Part II: The Changing Fortunes of Farming and Fishing in the Economies of Marginal Regions -- chapter 3 Reflections on the Swedish Policy Responses to the Fisheries Crash of 1967 -- chapter 4 How are Young People Coping with Economic Restructuring? / Jens Christian Hansen -- chapter 5 Surviving the Farm Crisis: Ways Forward for Farmers in South West Wales / South West Wales John Hutson -- chapter 6 Strategic Marginalisation and Coping Mechanisms: Farm Households in North West France -- part Part III: Resources and Constraints in Community Development -- chapter 7 The Problem of the Outsourcing of Service Provision and its Impact on Marginal Regions / Peter Sjoholt -- chapter 8 Crafts Producers on the Celtic Fringe: Marginal Lifestyles in Marginal Regions? / Anne-Marie Sherwood -- chapter 9 The Economic Impact of Welsh National Nature Reserves / Michael Christie -- chapter 10 The Politics of Local Land-Use Planning in Norway / Jörgen Amdam -- chapter 11 Differing Agendas in Community Development: The Case of Self-build / Susan Hutson -- chapter 12 Fighting for Survival: A Comparison of Two Irish Community Development Movements / Diarmuid Ó Cearbhaill -- part Part IV: Comparative Perspectives on Marginality and Regionality -- chapter 13 Continuity and Change in the Rural Economy: Flexibility as a Tradition / Hävard Teigen -- chapter 14 Appropriating the Margins, Creating a Centre: The Group of Seven and the Construction of Canadian National Identity / Richard Apostle -- part Conclusion -- chapter 15 New Directions in Community Development / Reginald Byron
Summary Isolated communities, dependent upon fishing, farming and forestry, which are scattered around the North Atlantic coast, have shared a disastrous decline during the last decade. These communities are in the peripheries of advanced industrial nation-states, such as Canada and supra-national alliances, such as the European Community, yet despite this, there are no easy solutions to the development of these regions. This volume argues that the productive assets of these regions, and how they can be used to sustain household incomes, need to be better understood. The assets need to be converted into products and services and they need to be marketed profitably. The diminshing flow of young people who leave these areas to obtain higher education and who do not return must be turned around and efforts must be concentrated on the creation or strengthening of economic conditions which satisfy the younger generation's employment aspirations, consumer requirements and social needs
Notes Originally published 2001 by Ashgate Publishing
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Community development -- North Atlantic Region -- Congresses
Marginal productivity -- Congresses
Sociology, Rural -- North Atlantic Region -- Congresses
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
Community development.
Marginal productivity.
Sociology, Rural.
North Atlantic Region.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Byron, Reginald.
Hutson, John, 1944-
ISBN 1351742884
9781351742887