Since the 1970s, but with greater intensity in the 1980s, strong, social, economic, and cultural transformations have led to the post-Fordist or post-productivist countryside, determining what researchers identify as “rural restructuring”. Evolving from a vision of the rural area as an undifferentiated space for wide production of food, people now consider it a space with different functions - naturalization, residency, landscape and environment, and historical and cultural memory -that complement or even replace production as well as a space with many economic, social and ecological dynamics; these functions differ from one territory to another.

Sustainability of rural tourism and promotion of local development

Ivona Antonietta
2021-01-01

Abstract

Since the 1970s, but with greater intensity in the 1980s, strong, social, economic, and cultural transformations have led to the post-Fordist or post-productivist countryside, determining what researchers identify as “rural restructuring”. Evolving from a vision of the rural area as an undifferentiated space for wide production of food, people now consider it a space with different functions - naturalization, residency, landscape and environment, and historical and cultural memory -that complement or even replace production as well as a space with many economic, social and ecological dynamics; these functions differ from one territory to another.
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