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How do our everyday experiences and environmentsinform who we are? Covering hot topics, from virtual spaces to migration, this book connects daily life and identity with broader structural and global processes. With vivid examples highlighting the interdependence of place and society, it is a key text across the social sciences.
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'This text provides an excellent overview for undergraduate students on a wide range of
courses, facilitated by illuminating figures, illustrations and further reading for each
chapter. The book offers an effective mix of evidence and critique, with very wideranging,
eclectic and engaging examples'. John Flint
Explores everyday experiences ofplace and identity though a global lens, illustrating debates withvibrant case examples
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Book Description Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 2011. Hardback. Condition: New. 2011 ed.. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. How do our everyday environments inform our activities, routines and encounters? In what way has globalization affected the sites in which we work, relax and interact? Is there still a place for local identity in a globalized age? This book examines the ways in which we use local spaces and global processes to shape our identities. Showing how enhanced tourism, communication developments and increased diversity have effected the way we live every day, the text also explains how individuals, communities and cities react to such globalizing forces on a local level. Each chapter unravels complex connections between place, identity and global processes, and carefully outlines what core theory can tell us about key contemporary debates, including surveillance, environmental change and sustainability. Taking examples from urban and rural life, shopping malls and virtual worlds, the book encourages us to look at our immediate surroundings in a sociological light. Highlighting the interdependence of space and society in a rapidly changing world, this text is essential reading for those studying place and identity in Sociology, Cultural Studies, Geography, Urban Studies and Rural Studies. Seller Inventory # LIE9780230575905
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