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227 Index abandonment model, 27, 43–45, 96 ActionMedia, 97 activist intellectualism, 159, 189, 191. See also public pedagogy Adler, Mortimer, 61–62 advocacy rhetoric, 118 African Americans, 3, 208–9n. 9 agnosis, Moffett on, 51 agrarianism, 34, 122–25, 127, 153, 209n. 1 Agrarian Women (Fink), 124–25 agribusiness, 78, 84–87, 90, 116–17. See also industrialized farming Agricultural Credit Act, 100 agricultural illiteracy, 34, 81, 178–79 agricultural knowledge, 75, 179 agricultural policies, 78, 84, 89, 111–12 agricultural racism, 208–9n. 9 agriculture, 17, 84–85, 87, 207n. 3. See also agribusiness; family farmers and farms; industrialized farming Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 85 Allen, James Lane, 41, 205n. 3 alternative agrarian rhetoric and literacy, 81, 98–99, 114–17, 129, 143–44 alternative globalization movement, 10– 11, 112–13 Amish in the City (television show), 164 Annenberg Rural Challenge, 126, 189– 91 Appalachia: concept of, 32, 39–41; culture workers in, 39–41, 49–50; literacy in, 19–20, 41, 47, 204–5n. 2, 205n. 6; and literacy sponsors, 29, 60–62; mythos of, 45–46; preservation logic and, 79; proposed solutions for, 42–43; stereotypes, spread of, 39, 205n. 6 Appalachia Educational Laboratory (AEL), 19–20 Appalachian dialect, 49 Appalachian English, 204n. 1 appropriation: facilitation of, 72, 161; and identity, 55, 62, 68, 75 assimilation, 55, 62, 72 authors, background of: Kim Donehower, 32, 56–57; Charlotte Hogg, 31–32, 133– 34; Eileen E. Schell, 30–31, 95–96 Barry, Dave, 164 Batteau, Allen, 39–40 Berry, Wendell, 124–25 big-box stores, 88 biodiversity, preservation of, 116 Blew, Mary Clearman, 148–49 blue state/red state dichotomy, 15–16, 156 “Borders” (Lopez), 157 Bowers, C. A., 130 brain drain in rural areas, 31–32 Brandt, Deborah, 50, 74, 81 Bryson, Bill, 162–65 Buffalo Commons concept, 44 Campaign for Family Farms and the Environment , 100–101 Cashmere, Washington, 30–31 Cathy (Paxton informant), 139 Center for Media and Public Affairs, 169 Informants are indexed by first names; they are also indexed by last name if it has been provided in the text. Index 228 Christensen, Fae and Orvel, 134–38 Citizens of the Urban Archipelago, 15–16 class bias, 17 class divisions in rural communities, 63 Clear Channel Communications, 186– 87 Comer, Krista, 148–49, 210n. 1 Commission on Country Life, 19–20 commodity farming, 116–17 common school movement, 24–25 community, constructions of, 123–24 Community Food Security Coalition (CFSC), 109, 178–80, 209n. 12 community involvement, 7, 71, 115, 155, 177 community metaphor, 13–14 community supported agriculture, 176 community work, 121, 124, 144 composition-as-city metaphor, 12–13, 17–18, 28–29 composition courses, 156–59, 167–68, 172. See also individual units composition readers, 25, 156–57 Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO), 86–87 Conference on College Composition and Communication, 172 consumer education, 101–2, 112 consumers, and agricultural revolution, 117 critical analysis and argument, 161, 171, 188 critical literacy, 82–83, 107, 114, 118, 128 critical pedagogy of place: alternative agrarian literacy compared to, 129; everyday social realities and, 139–40, 143; Faleide and, 152; Gruenewald and, 34–35, 121–22, 181; model for integration of, into school system, 191; objectives for achieving, 130; Paxton women and, 147–48; place-based education and, 128; readings, 184–85 critical, public pedagogy, 9–10, 121, 156–59, 192 cultural exchange, 73 cultural status, 48 culture, and identity, 55, 159 culture workers in Appalachia, 39–41, 49–50 Davidson, Osha Gray, 87 Davis, Lennard, 21–22, 204n. 4 Deana (Haines Gap informant), 64–66, 68–69 “Declaration for a New Direction for American Agriculture and Agricultural Trade, A,” 111–12 decolonization, in critical pedagogy of place, 130, 141, 152–53, 181, 188 Deliverance (film), 39 DePaul University, Chicago, 181 direct distribution of farm products, 115–16, 176, 209n. 9 distance education, 43 Dixie Chicks, 187 Doha Ministerial Declaration, 89 Dylan, Bob, 99 Early Paxton (Lierley), 139–40, 148 Earth Summit, Agenda 21, 5 economic imbalances, 17 Edmondson, Jacqueline: and alternative agrarian literacy, 69, 81; on critical, public pedagogy, 9–12; and traditional rural literacy, 78–79, 122; on types of rural literacies, 72 “Education for Change” (Winne), 178 egg factory farm, 107 Eliza (Haines Gap informant), 66–69 English Only laws, 23 evangelical tradition, 53 “Face of Rural Poverty, The” (Smith), 157 factory farming, 87, 96, 107, 116, 171 Fae Christensen (Paxton informant), 134–38 Faleide, Lisa Swanson, 150–52 family farmers and farms: cost effectiveness of...

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9780809390786
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9780809327492
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607765883
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256
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2016-01-01
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English
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