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The Place of Hunting in Rural Ireland
Recreational hunting activities occupy an uneasy position in contemporary rural space. Framed by global developments and changes in the sociocultural, political and economic fabric of rural societies, we are also witnessing, ...
The nature of food localisms among consumers in Ireland: defensive localisms, sustainability and reflexivity
Food is arguably the best example of the interaction between nature and society, fitting squarely in the jurisdiction of human geography topics which include sustainability, consumption, political economy, culture, ...
Networks and networking in ecotourism promotion: Evidence from Ireland's Greenbox ecotourism destination
This thesis presents the results of a study of the Greenbox, an ecotourism destination, situated in a geographically and economically marginal rural area on the northwest border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. The ...