Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland
Set against the background of momentous economic changes over the last decade,Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundlandexamines the economic, political, and social circumstances that have led to the current crisis in rural Newfoundland. In this timely collection, ten social scientists explore how outporters are coping with uncertainty, the choices that they are now confronting, and the consequences of these choices in terms of their capacity to sustain livelihoods into the next generation and beyond.
Offering both general overviews and specific case studies drawn from recent research,Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundlandprovides insight into the moral and political economy of Newfoundland, the background to the collapse of the fish stocks, and the effects of the crisis on outporter's occupational choices and migration decisions. Rich in detail and thought-provoking ideas, this collection is the first to examine the interconnected problems and opportunities in rural Newfoundland in light of global economic and social changes.
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