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Amenities, Affluence, and Ideology: Comparing Rural Restructuring Processes in the US and Norway
In this paper we analyse how conceptions of nature and rural space, combined with broader structural influences--particularly rural restructuring and neoliberal ideology--impact community developmentExpand
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Maybe It's Both of Us: Engagement and Learning.
This teaching note describes my multiyear experience with interventions designed to enhance student engagement and learning through various teaching techniques, most notably active and collaborativeExpand
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Seeing, not Participating: Viewscape Fetishism in American and Norwegian Rural Amenity Areas
Based on participant-driven photo elicitation and in-depth key informant interviews conducted in an American and Norwegian rural amenity area, this article argues that newcomers, seasonal home ownersExpand
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"Who Am I to Bring Diversity into the Classroom?" Learning Communities Wrestle with Creating Inclusive College Classrooms.
This study explored the experiences of gateway course instructors during the implementation of pedagogical changes aimed at improving the success of diverse students. A detailed case study was builtExpand
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The American Community Survey in counties with “seasonal” populations
The U.S. Census Bureau designed the American Community Survey (ACS) to provide annual estimates of social and economic characteristics for states, counties, municipalities, census tracts, and blockExpand
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Toward a fusion of two lines of thought: creating convergence between Aldo Leopold and sociology through the community concept
Aldo Leopold made great contributions to our understanding of the interconnections between people and their environments, and community is central to his best-known work. The social dimensions of theExpand
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Working Through Uncertainty: The Perils and Potential of Community-Engaged Research on Refugee Resettlement
What can be learned from the process of community-engaged research (CER) on refugee resettlement? In the following, we share experiences, reflections, and lessons from implementing such a project. WeExpand
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“Like a Second Home”: Conceptualizing Experiences within the Fox River Watershed through a Framework of Emplacement
We propose and implement a new emplacement framework through exploration of the socio-spatial landscape of the Fox River Watershed (FRW) in Northeastern Wisconsin from a particular culturalExpand
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The Rural Property Interest Mosaic : Collective Action in American and Norwegian Rural Amenity Areas
In this chapter we will present an analysis of development and change in rural amenity areas. Specifically, we examine the pursuit of action via formal planning processes and civil society, as wellExpand
How Do You Achieve Inclusive Excellence in the Classroom
This chapter identifies pedagogical strategies promoting equity for all students. Historical roots of Inclusive Excellence (IE), theories surrounding IE, and ways to affirm student identity areExpand
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