2 edition of Urban hinterlands in England and Wales found in the catalog.
Urban hinterlands in England and Wales
F. H. W. Green
Reprinted from the Geographical Journal, vol.116, no.1-3.
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Hinterland is a German word meaning "the land behind" (a city, a port, or similar). The term's use in English was first documented by geographer George Chisholm in his Handbook of Commercial Geography (). Originally the term was associated with the area of a port where materials for export and import are stored and shipped, subsequently the use of the word expanded to include any area. London has nearly one in five of all jobs in England and Wales. Rural areas and the hinterlands (areas just outside cities) accounted for only 10% .
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‘There was often a correlation between churchgoing habits in urban areas and their rural hinterland.’ ‘He had not recommended the rescue of insolvent banks in the hinterlands that did not threaten the money market.’ ‘These cities grew in tandem with the commercial expansion of their hinterlands.’.
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Hinterland, tributary region, either rural or urban or both, that is closely linked economically with a nearby town or city. George G. Chisholm (Handbook of Commercial Geography, ) transcribed the German word hinterland (land in back of), as hinderland, and used it to refer to the backcountry.
Hinterland (“Y Gwyll” in Welsh) doesn’t exactly make mid-Wales look inviting. There are too many grisly murders and murky goings-on for that – but you can’t help but be hypnotised by the Author: Claire Webb. Viking-Age Transformations book. Trade, Craft and Resources in Western Scandinavia.
the impact relocating lawthings from rural to urban locations had on the organisation of rural jurisdictions and urban hinterlands. During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries most of the Norwegian rural lawthings were relocated to coastal towns Cited by: 1.
This is an excerpt from the book Urban Hinterlands: Planting the Gospel in Uncool Places. Cities Sean Benesh J livability, inequality, hinterlands, urban hinterlands. Facebook 0 Twitter Pinterest 0 0 Likes. Previous. Cultivating the. The hit TV series Hinterland / Y Gwyll has made a star of its location – the moody landscapes and vast wide-open spaces of Ceredigion.
Bordered by the Cambrian Mountains on one side and a gorgeous mile (km) coastline on the other, the county is the perfect backdrop for. Land. Wales is bounded by the Dee estuary and Liverpool Bay to the north, the Irish Sea to the west, the Severn estuary and the Bristol Channel to the south, and England to the east.
Anglesey (Môn), the largest island in England and Wales, lies off the northwestern coast and is linked to the mainland by road and rail bridges.
The varied coastline of Wales measures about miles ( km). The book brings together research in four European countries on the nature and impact on rural areas of linkages with cities. Funded by the European Commission under the Quality of Life and Management of Living Resources Programme,' the research for this project was designed to explore a variety of activity sectors and agents in rural zones, with a view to identifying how urban pressure on.
Oksanen, E., ‘Anglo-Flemish treaties and Flemish soldiers in England c. –’, in France, J., ed., Mercenaries and Paid Men: The Mercenary Identity in the Middle Ages. Proceedings of a Conference Held at the University of Wales, Swansea, 7th–9th July (Leiden, ), pp.
– As if it wasn't hard enough filming a harrowing detective drama in the freezing wilds of Wales, the makers of Hinterland did it all twice – once in Welsh and once in.
Hinterland is probably German, because it is. It basically means as rural as you can get within range of a city.
The phrase can also apply to any area in the stix, or way far out dude. Hinterland definition is - a region lying inland from a coast. How to use hinterland in a sentence. Did You Know. Simultaneously shot in English (with some Welsh-language scenes), it's already screened on BBC Wales as Hinterland and starts on BBC Four on 28 April.
The critical consensus was that it was the most polished TV production ever to come out of Wales and that DCI Tom Mathias — the lead character, played by Richard Harrington — should have. Hinterland star Richard Harrington has revealed he “hated everything” about the hit BBC/S4C detective series and couldn’t bear to watch it when it.
I stumbled on this book quite by accident when I was checking Goodreads to see if Steven Lang’s new book Hinterland was there, and discovered this one with the same title, by Australian journalist Caroline Brothers, who is living and working in the UK and Europe.
Hinterland is a remarkable book/5(94). Mumford, in his book ‘The City in History’ says that the granary, the library, the store the drain as well as the bank, as they are known today, are a good reflection of what the rural villages looked like and as such, the cities or urban areas are a complete replica of the good old villages.
Butlin, R. ‘Regions in England and Wales, c–’ in R. Dodgshon and R. Butlin (eds.) An Historical Geography of England and Wales 2nd edn (London) –54 Buttimer, A., Brunn, S. and Wardinga, U. (eds.) Text and image: social construction of regional knowledges, Beiträge Zur Regionalen Geographie Wales (Welsh: Cymru ()) is a country that is part of the United Kingdom.
It is bordered by England to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and west, and the Bristol Channel to the south. It had a population in of 3, and has a total area of 20, km 2 (8, sq mi). Wales has over 1, miles (2, km) of coastline and is largely mountainous with its higher peaks in the north and.
hinterland definition: 1. the land behind the coast or the banks of a river, or an area of a country that is far away from. Learn more. Buy Rural-Urban Linkages Between Adwa Town and Its Hinterlands by Berhane Mewael from Waterstones today!
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Company number Registered office address: Piccadilly, London.Urban Area and Hinterland: Defining Large Cities in England, Scotland and Wales in terms of their constituent neighbourhoods Alex Fenton Background This is one of a series of short papers which explain conceptual or methodological approaches.The book is divided into five parts.
The first two parts are subdivided into two and three sections, respectively. The first section of Part I includes articles that outline what has come to be known as the classical position --the approach to human ecology developed by sociologists in the twenties and thirties.
Urban Hinterlands in England.