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The analysis and arguments emerge from "rural profiles," a description of economic and social conditions in four differing types of rural communities: those based on amenity-based rapid growth (commonly tourist destinations); persistentpoverty communities (like Appalachia); rural and remote (generally aging communities that are losing population); and rapid-growth exurban (urban sprawl). [...] I highly recommend this volume to anyone wishing to gain a firm understanding of this complex issue.
Rural Communities: Legacy and Change (3rd ed.). 2008. Cornelia Butler Flora and
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