Identity And Culture Of Individuals In The Coal Mining Bussiness

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Cultural Identity, Vocational Development, and the

网页of mining, and pride) impacted participants’ conceptualizations of the meanings of coal mining. Ultimately, six branches of meaning became apparent: mining as family,

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Cultural Identity, Vocational Development, and the

网页Ultimately, six branches of meaning became apparent: mining as family, mining as survival/power, mining as self-determining, mining as social connection, mining as

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Community Economic Identity: The Coal Industry and

网页2010年3月1日We illustrate this theorized process by analyzing the efforts of the West Virginia coal industry, which, through its (faux) “grassroots” front group “Friends of Coal,”

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Former Miner Explains Culture Of Mining : NPR

网页2010年4月7日And that's the thing about coal miners, they are typically very proud of who they are. They're the type of folks who stand up for what they believe. They consider the

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"The Culture of Appalachian Coal Miners and Its Affect on

网页2022年5月9日The purpose of this ethnographic study was to understand and describe the culture and history of the Appalachian coal mining community and how the culture is

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Coal-Mining Industry as a Forming Factor of Social,

网页2019年1月1日The coal-mining industry ensures its sustainable development by forming the complex regional environment, embracing urban, social, cultural, linguistic, and

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Miners and Managers: Workplace Cultures in a British

网页are pressed to find ways to maintain individual identity and group solidarity. This formulation of culture provides an historical component which aids in accounting for

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A cultural shift away from coal Grist

网页2021年5月25日Between 2005 and 2015, coal mining employment in the U.S. dropped by 27 percent, but in Central Appalachia the decrease was as much as 50 percent. These losses have not been felt equally across...

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Charlton 1 Catherine Charlton Ms. Crooks MLA

网页177). I will argue that the community identity of the coal-mining town of Springhill can be divided into two distinct sections: pre-1960 and post-1960.2 Representations of Springhill

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Coal Culture: How the Industry Formed a

网页Coal has been used for heat since the time of the caveman, and for centuries, its power has fueled the United States. But as we toured the coalfields of America’s northeast, we found that the industry itself created

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Adaptation, culture, and the energy transition in

网页2018年3月1日Both U.S. coal mining and electricity production jobs, as well as coal production are declining. Coal mining jobs have decreased approximately 71% since 1985, with an estimated 170,500 jobs in January 1985, and 50,000 in January 2017 [12].Coal production peaked in 2011 and has dropped dramatically since then [7]. Fig. 1 displays

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Coal, Climate Justice, and the Cultural Politics of

网页2019年5月1日This complex involves contentious forms of capitalist culture that underwrite the perpetual cycle of mining and burning coal—and requires “identifying the organisation and character of the political economy in terms of a dominant pattern and driver of capital accumulation,” and how this is “underpinned by sets of institutional arrangements,

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Identity and community—Reflections on the

网页2007年6月1日Culture, symbols and mining identity. Coal mining was central to the disputes between the British government and unions in the 1980s; a heritage recalled today in the national coal mining museums of Great Britain. is sparse with a notable lack of research on the extent to which the various images can be separated in the minds of

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Coal Mining Subcultures: A Brief Cultural History of

网页2019年5月7日Embedded into coal mining culture is a genderized theme. Women were equal contributors to the evolution of coal mine community cultures. It is difficult leaving women out of the coal mining cultural narratives due to their ubiquitous integration with the physical landscape of coal mines themselves.

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(PDF) Living on coal: Mined-out identity,

网页2016年7月25日This stone provides new insights about the factors shaping social acceptance of and opposition to coal mining. It is based on a comparative survey of communities living in two towns with different

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THE CULTURE OF APPALACHIAN COAL MINERS

网页The theory guiding this study is the Cultural Identity Theory by Mary Jane Collier as it explains that the miners’ culture is influenced by those around them and can change based on their...

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Identity and mining heritage in Romania’s Jiu Valley coal

网页Coal mining and working class culture are threatened in Romania’s Jiu Valley. Since the mid- nineteenth century the Valley had been a premier coal-producing region and its miners and coal...

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The Coal Industry Is Shrinking; 'Coal Culture' Guides

网页2021年10月21日While the sector's relevance in the 21st century economy has declined, the shared identity borne out of "coal culture" has kept miners powerful. Their influence in swing states like West...

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Sustainability Free Full-Text Consumption Culture and

网页2023年2月15日Our qualitative critical research intends to examine the meta-normative features of the sustainability discourse of the marginalized Global South through sociological critique of (neo)colonial and anti-sustainable consumption. Using a critical lens, we discuss two community performances of sustainable consumer culture from the Global South to

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The impact of multiethnic cultural tourism in an

网页We examined the development of coal-mining heritage tourism in Sawahlunto, Indonesia, where the mining industry operated for more than a century before it ceased operations in 2001, threatening to push the city into extinction. including the creation of various annual festivals. In the process, the cultural identity of local communities has

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Coal mining conditions, culture create unique

网页2019年3月6日The few women who worked in the coal mines through the mid-20th century were largely undocumented, and it was not until 1973 that women were recognized as "full participants" in the U.S. mining industry, following a decree that forced the steel industry to hire women to work in its mines, according to author and former underground

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An Honest Conversation about Hardworking Coal

网页2014年10月15日While arguments about coal usually focus on the economic impacts of the industry (i.e., jobs) vs. the environmental damages (too long a list to expound upon in this post), the point that is mostly missed in these discussions is that coal is as much a cultural identity as it is an economic driver.

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An EPA proposal to (almost) eliminate climate pollution

网页18 小时前In addition to representing a state where coal remains a powerful business, Manchin's family owns a coal company. Manchin said he would oppose the Biden administration's EPA nominees until the

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Adaptation, culture, and the energy transition in

网页2018年3月1日Both U.S. coal mining and electricity production jobs, as well as coal production are declining. Coal mining jobs have decreased approximately 71% since 1985, with an estimated 170,500 jobs in January 1985, and 50,000 in January 2017 [12].Coal production peaked in 2011 and has dropped dramatically since then [7]. Fig. 1 displays

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How to change the sources of meaning of resistance

网页2020年4月1日The literature on coal identities and energy scenarios Protest, accommodation or acceptance—as local collective responses to coal phase-out in mining regions—and their relationship with identities have been studied with a variety of approaches (Frantal, 2016; Della Bosca and Gillespie, 2018; Mayer, 2019).

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Cultural Identity, Vocational Development, and the

网页In this study I explore what coal mining means to underground miners in Appalachia, and how these meanings interact with participants' cultural and vocational identities. Using narrative data from eight underground coal miners, the study investigates the connections between cultural values, career, and personality. These connections are singularly

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Identity and community—Reflections on the

网页2007年6月1日Identity and community are intangible rather than material concepts. This is not to say that they do not involve a certain materialisation or that the construction of these concepts does not have material effects, but rather that their configuration is chiefly symbolic/discursive.

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Resettlement, intergenerational memory, place

网页2021年8月1日Place attachment and local identity have been the focus of numerous studies concerning topics such as life in threatened mining sites, loss in generational coal mining communities, the acceptance of or opposition to coal mining activity, mining-induced displacement and resettlement, and memorising a place's mining past to

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Coal Mining Subcultures: A Brief Cultural History of

网页2019年5月7日In terms of tone and texture, this chapter stands out from the rest. It looks at coal miners not as faceless individuals or agents of productivity but as humans who have individual preferences in terms of lifestyle choices, ideas about aesthetics, sense of belonging/identity, and choice of leisurely entertainment.

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(PDF) Living on coal: Mined-out identity,

网页2016年7月25日A typical active opponent of the coal mining expansion has a higher age, university education and strong place attachment. While both studied communities are characterized by strong active...

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Identity and mining heritage in Romania’s Jiu Valley coal

网页Coal mining and working class culture are threatened in Romania’s Jiu Valley. Since the mid- nineteenth century the Valley had been a premier coal-producing region and its miners and coal...

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The Coal Industry Is Shrinking; 'Coal Culture' Guides

网页2021年10月21日While the sector's relevance in the 21st century economy has declined, the shared identity borne out of "coal culture" has kept miners powerful. Their influence in swing states like West...

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Institutional Bases of Identity Construction and

网页priorities of individuals, clarifying the ways in which the underground coal- mining role can provide such a strong sense of meaning that it obscured the day-to-day dangers associated with work.

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Community Economic Identity: The Coal Industry and

网页2010年3月1日Bell and York (2010) show how coal mining companies in Appalachia actively construct a community economic identity tied to mining and an assumed reliance on coal, despite dwindling employment and

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Coal mining conditions, culture create unique

网页2019年3月6日The few women who worked in the coal mines through the mid-20th century were largely undocumented, and it was not until 1973 that women were recognized as "full participants" in the U.S. mining industry, following a decree that forced the steel industry to hire women to work in its mines, according to author and former underground

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A just transition for whom? Politics, contestation, and

网页2020年11月1日This cultural tie to coal mining has been encouraged by the coal industry, which deployed a deliberate strategy to engage in cultural manipulation and tie coal mining to place identity to detract from employment losses in the industry [38].

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Sustainability Free Full-Text Consumption Culture and

网页2023年2月15日Our qualitative critical research intends to examine the meta-normative features of the sustainability discourse of the marginalized Global South through sociological critique of (neo)colonial and anti-sustainable consumption. Using a critical lens, we discuss two community performances of sustainable consumer culture from the Global South to

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