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Recompositions territoriales, développement rural et protection de la nature dans les campagnes d'Europe centrale post-socialiste

Abstract : Since the systemic change of 1989, the rural areas of post-socialist central Europe have experienced the consequences of the structural legacies of socialism and, at the same time, the constraints of a fast convergence towards the European normative framework. Therefore, within this field of exogenous forces, they seem to face serious socio-economic weaknesses, for the resetting of territories remains very selective spatially. However, this research aims at demonstrating that there are numerous trajectories to leave socialism behind in rural areas, together at regional and local levels. The role of local governments has become decisive and rural actors re-interpret the principles of rural development to produce alternative endogenous strategies. The example of the discussed integration of a nature function into the Hungarian and the east-German countryside situated near national parks will illustrate the local conditions needed to take up a model of development.
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Samuel Depraz. Recompositions territoriales, développement rural et protection de la nature dans les campagnes d'Europe centrale post-socialiste. Géographie. Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier III, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00204942⟩

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