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Impact of Culture
What Impact of which Culture
Efficiency --- Politics
Massey: Places and Their pasts (1995) The past is present in places …
Massey: Places and Their pasts (1995) The past is present in places … … materially
Massey: Places and Their pasts (1995) The past is present in places … … materially … in resonance
Massey: Places and Their pasts (1995) The past is present in places … … materially … in resonance … in unembodied memories and conscious and unconscious constructions of the histories of the place
”The identity of places, indeed the very identification of places as particular places, is always in that sense temporary, uncertain, and in process.”
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