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Hay Anette (University of North-West, South Africa), Hay Jonathan (University of North-West, South Africa)
Tytuł
Indicators of Post-Productivism in South Africa's "Platteland" : a Second Home Case Study of Rosendal, Eastern Free State
Źródło
Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series, 2017, No. 37, s. 35-49, rys., tab., bibliogr. 53 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Obszary wiejskie, Mieszkalnictwo
Rural areas, Housing
Uwagi
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Kraj/Region
Afryka Południowa
South Africa
Abstrakt
The idea of post-productivism has been found to apply extensively in developed countries, but has been studied less in developing countries. A recent study in South Africa on second homes demonstrated that some rural spaces are slowly evolving into post-productivist countrysides, especially during weekends, month-ends and peak holiday periods. Wilson and Rigg's six indicators were utilised to assess the rural town of Rosendal in the Eastern Free State of South Africa, the adjacent black township of Mautse and the surrounding farming area, to determine whether the notion of post-productivism can be exported from the developed North to a developing world context. Some of the indicators have been found to be highly relevant in this case study, but others have been found to be nearly irrelevant. Also important to note is that the meaning of these indicators may be different when applied to the developing South. (original abstract)
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  44. Interviewee 1: Local resident of Rosendal, interviewed during December 2010.
  45. Interviewee 2: Local businesswoman, interviewed during December 2010.
  46. Interviewee 3: Second home owner in Mautse, interviewed during December 2011.
  47. Interviewee 4: Second home owner in Mautse - primary residence in Gauteng, interviewed during December 2011.
  48. Interviewee 5: Second home owner working on a farm in the Rosendal district, interviewed during December 2011.
  49. Interviewee 6: Municipal worker in Rosendal, interviewed during December 2012.
  50. Interviewee 7: Local retired resident, interviewed during June 2010.
  51. Interviewee 8: Local resident and well-known artist, interviewed during December 2010.
  52. Interviewee 9: Second property owner, interviewed during December 2010.
  53. Interviewee 10: Local resident - artist/sculptor of Rosendal, interviewed during December 2011.
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ISSN
1732-4254
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/bog-2017-0023
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