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Why do small rural communities often shun newcomers, even when they need them?

By Saleena Ham, Adjunct Research Fellow, Rural Sociology, University of Southern Queensland
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Many small towns badly need to attract new blood to prosper. Yet some residents are so bound up in their community – it’s part of their identity – that they struggle with the changes newcomers bring.The Conversation

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