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Create a link to share a read only version of this article with your colleagues and friends. Please read and accept the terms and conditions and check the box to generate a sharing link. Contemporary rural gentrification — the colonization of rural communities and small-towns by members of the ex-urban middle class — is a nationwide phenomenon that contradicts nearly two centuries of US urbanization. While previous research primarily describes such counter-urbanization as representing a profound divergence from previous patterns i.
Based on ethnographic research conducted in a community in south-central Montana, I present evidence that the choice by middle-class newcomers to migrate to the rural US is simultaneously the product of: 1 the continued efficacy of the Modern ideals of authenticity and progress; and 2 their aspirations to distinguish themselves as members of an emerging class faction — the postindustrial middle class PIMC — through their emphasis upon the production and consumption of experiences.
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