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Sociol Ruralis. 1994;34(2-3):164-89.

The importance of "the rural" in the constitution of counterurbanization: evidence from England in the 1980s.


"This paper...argues that a reconciliation between...different explanations of counterurbanization can possibly be achieved, but will require the pursuit of a more nuanced analysis of the detailed unfolding of the migration process. Such an analysis involves examining the migration from the migrant's perspective. In particular, we need to recognize the variety of both spatial scales and experiential environments that may be involved in any one act of migration." The geographic focus is on England.

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