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Impact of Culture
What Impact of which Culture
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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
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