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[Urban areas in the western United States have experienced significant population growth in outlying communities, particularly those close to natural and rural amenities. A comparative case study of three exurban communities in King County (Seattle), Washington allows close examination of the...
[This chapter is an album of images to illustrate the sometimes quite disparate geographies the term “exurbia” is enlisted to describe. Ideally, every reader would be able to visit all of the places discussed throughout the book. We think that only through an in-person visit can landscape...
[The purpose of this book is to provide a comparative political ecological study of exurbia. Our analytical focus throughout the book has been the dynamics of competing rural capitalisms in exurbanizing landscapes of the United States and Australia. As the cases in the book illustrate, the rural...
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