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Chatty and Colchester - Chapter 28

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Buy and Download Description Displacement and forced settlement is taking place in our own generation in many places across the world, often with the ultimate object of nature conservation and associated economic and development benefits. This chapter looks at a limited, historical case - that of North Britain,1 especially the Highlands and Islands, between 1750 and 1900. Its themes run somewhat wider than conservation strictly construed: it refers to a number of aspects of economic and social adaptation in a period when the British and Atlantic economies were in very rapid development. It also refers to the wider cultural context, in which, as it happens, changing attitudes to nature, leisure and consumption figured prominently, with significant economic and social consequences. It offers a perspective on the themes of economic and social development, leisure and conservation which remain in issue in many parts of the world today. Displacement and forced settlement is taking place in our own generation in many places across the world, often with the ultimate object of nature conservation and associated economic and development benefits. This chapter looks at a limited, hist
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