Here, There, Everywhere... Or Anywhere? Life-place theory and "relocalisation" in a Globalising World
AbstractTomorrow's regional landscapes and communities will reflect an unknown mix of global and local influences. While globalising economies and homogenising cultures seem to be the unstoppable norm, there are documentable regional trends and phenomena that point toward a significant "relocalisation" of culture, landscapes and systems. One such powerful trend can be referred to as life-place theory and practice, or, in more academic jargon, bioregionalism.
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Thayer, R. (2004). Here, There, Everywhere. Or Anywhere? Life-place theory and "relocalisation" in a Globalising World. Landscape Review, 9(1), 11. https://doi.org/10.34900/lr.v9i1.117
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