Amenity migration : diverse conceptualizations of drivers , socioeconomic dimensions , and emerging challenges

@inproceedings{Gosnell2009AmenityM,
  title={Amenity migration : diverse conceptualizations of drivers , socioeconomic dimensions , and emerging challenges},
  author={Hannah Gosnell and Jesse B. Abrams},
  year={2009}
}
Rural communities throughout the postindustrial world are in the midst of a significant transition, sometimes referred to as rural restructuring, as traditional land uses, economic activities, and social arrangements transition to those associated with ‘‘post-productivist’’ or ‘‘multifunctional’’ landscapes. Amenity migration, the movement of people based on the draw of natural and/or cultural amenities, can be thought of as both driver and implication of this transition, resulting in… CONTINUE READING

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