The cultural relations of water in remote South Australian towns Wadham, Benjamin Allan Willis, Eileen Mary Pearce, Meryl Winsome 2012-05-16T02:20:36Z 2012-05-16T02:20:36Z 2009
dc.description.abstract Water is an increasingly scarce resource and the decline in rainfall presupposes people and communities adapting to live in drier, and very different, social and environmental conditions. In rural and remote South Australia residents have always considered water a reflexive resource that requires them to consider their relationship to water and its availability and access. These are material concerns. Yet, lifestyle, identity, sense of place and community is profoundly shaped by the inclusion of ‘water’ in one’s habitus. ‘Water’ is also a social concern and its material management arises within cultural relations. en
dc.identifier.citation Wadham, B.A., Willis, E.M., & Pearce, M.W., 2009. The cultural relations of water in remote South Australian towns. The Future of Sociology. 2009 Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, 1-12. en
dc.identifier.isbn 978-000000000
dc.identifier.rmid 2006013584
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher The Australian Sociological Association en
dc.rights.license In Copyright
dc.subject Water en
dc.subject Culture en
dc.subject Commodification en
dc.subject Water flows en
dc.subject Sustainability en
dc.title The cultural relations of water in remote South Australian towns en
dc.type Article en
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