Chapter 13 in The next rural economies: constructing rural place in global economies, pp 167-178

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

This chapter argues that space remains important in understanding the uneven development of rural regions, but that relations between space and place are being reconfigured in an emergent global countryside. After establishing the theoretical context for this argument, it illustrates and examines the issues raised through a case study of rural Wales, in the west of Britain, before drawing some broader conclusions about space, place, and development in the “next rural economy”.