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    Psypag11 - Living near Railways, part of the QMiP symposium Psypag11 - Living near Railways, part of the QMiP symposium Presentation Transcript

    • Living near railways
      Discourses of control, choice & compromise
      Jenna Condie
      University of Salford
      1
    • The journey so far
      The journey so far
      2
    • Who we are is where we are?
      Flickr: Paolo Camera
      Flickr: JCMaz
      Flickr: JCMaz
      Flickr: JCMaz
      3
    • Place Identity
      4
    • Research Aims
      Understand the role of place & identity
      Explore discursive &
      narrative strategies
      Future policy
      Critique of dominant approaches
      5
    • Control & Choice
      6
    • Dealing with Dilemmas
      7
      Compromise
    • 8
      Railway as threat to place identity?
      ‘I suppose everyone lives near something that makes noise and I think its just a by-product of 21st century now’ (Allen)
      Flickr: JCMaz
    • commonplace
      9
      Flickr: JCMaz
    • IMP ACT
      10
    • 11
      Flickr: Urban Safari
      Flickr: Khym54
      The importance of context
      Flickr: JCMaz
      Flickr: Simononly
    • Living near railways
      Discourses of control, choice and compromise
      Jenna Condie
      E: j.condie1@edu.salford.ac.uk
      @jennacondie
      Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/jennacondie
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