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ELMs disease? Corporatism, stewardship and citizenship in the English countryside

Parker, G. (1996) ELMs disease? Corporatism, stewardship and citizenship in the English countryside. Journal of Rural Studies, 12 (4). pp. 399-412. ISSN 0743-0167

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1016/S0743-0167(96)00049-6

Abstract/Summary

Varying concepts of citizenship, implicit within policy providing countryside access opportunities in England and the sometimes contrasting political rhetoric concerning citizenship, are evaluated here. The focus for this paper surrounds the Countryside Stewardship Scheme and, generically, the access elements of Environmental Land Management schemes (ELMs) and the implications of the 1994 Criminal Justice and Public Order Act in this context. Policy formulation in respect of countryside access may not be prepared considering the philosophical implications for citizens rights or property rights constructions. However, it is hypothesized that particular modes of regulation and commodification (of certain countryside goods) are imbued with certain values which reflect a neo-Liberal political philosophy. This view is contextualized within present theoretical debates concerning rural society.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:31127
Publisher:Elsevier

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