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Placing the post-extractive moment: experiential evidence and historical accounts in the Central Appalachian coalfields

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Through concepts of space and place, this work considers at length the post-extractive moment in Central Appalachia as it relates to conceptions of identity and development. Complex historical trajectories of resource extraction complicate the Central Appalachian narrative, as evidenced and explored through the lens of community voices and community elites. Competing visions of 'development' for the region are apparent, giving credence and conversation to the concept of a single plan for d...

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International Development
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Department of International Development
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MPhil
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Masters
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University of Oxford
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2020-05-09

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