A dying village: Mining and the experiential condition of displacement
The concept of displacement remains relatively underexplored in relation to mining. Whilst there is a growing body of work that theorises displacement as a condition, a lived experience of spatial and temporal dissonance and rupture, scholarship on Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement (MIDR) remains set in a conventional approach to the phenomenon and continues to approach migration and displacement as two interlinked process. In this article, I aim to illustrate how mining-induced displacement can occur without movement, yet how it is tied to mobility
Askland, H.H., 2018. A dying village: Mining and the experiential condition of displacement. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5(2), pp.230-236.
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