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7 (2008) | nr 1 | 67-82
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Holiday Homes: The Unspoken Crisis

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Domy wakacyjne: milczący kryzys
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EN
Abstrakty
Artykuł przedstawia obawy osób zamieszkałych w regionach peryferyjnych Wielkiej Brytanii, zachęcających turystów, którzy poszukują domów wakacyjnych. Na przykładzie Zachodniej Kornwalii, artykuł prezentuje wpływ zmian ekonomicznych i społecznych na życie lokalnej ludności wyłączonej z rynku nieruchomości. Autorzy zastosowali nowe podejście, badając efekty interakcji rynku nieruchomości oraz postawy lokalnej społeczności.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
This paper addresses the concerns of a growing minority of people who live in the peripheral regions of Britain, attracting tourists and those in search of holiday homes. Taking as its focus West Cornwall, the paper explores the impact of economic and social change on the lives of local people excluded from the property market. The authors take a novel approach by examining the effects of the interaction of the property market and ethnographic accounts from local people.(original abstract)
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