contested landscape

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A site of competing and often contrasting discourses (Rofe and Oakley (2006) Geog. Res. 44, 3). T. Marsden et al. (2003) see the productivist rural landscape as a contested landscape ‘where decision making reflects local economic priorities and development projects are likely to cause less contention’.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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