Urbanormativity: Reality, Representation, and Everyday Life. (Studies in Urban–Rural Dynamics)
By Fulkerson, Gregory and Alexander R. Thomas. 2019.

This book investigates urbanormativity—a concept that privileges urban normalcy and desirability over rural deviance and undesirability. The “reality” section outlines its foundations—urbanization, urban-rural systems, and urban dependency. The “representation” section explores urbanormative culture by considering cultural capital, media, and identity. The last section, “everyday life,” examines urban-rural disparities in law and politics and in life within different communities. It concludes by calling for a rural justice approach that will revalue the rural.

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