Select Bibliography: Rural Depopulation

Primary Sources:

Department of Finance, Economics and Statistics Branch. Demographic Change: Issues and Implications. St. John's: Department of Finance, Economics and Statistics Branch, 2006. Print.

---. Regional Demographic Profiles: Newfoundland and Labrador. St. John's: Department of Finance, Economics and Statistics Branch, 2007. Print.

Statistics Canada. "Population Urban and Rural, by Province and Territory (Newfoundland and Labrador)." Statistics Canada . Government of Canada, 1 Sept. 2005. Web. 7 Mar. 2008.

Secondary Sources:

Bruce, David and Patricia Gadsden. Quality of Life in Rural and Small Town Newfoundland. Sackville: Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University, 1999. Print.

Byron, Reginald. "Introduction." Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Reginald Byron. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. 3-13. Print.

De Peuter, Jennifer and Marianne Sorensen. Rural Newfoundland and Labrador Profile: A Ten-Year Census Analysis (1991-2001) . Ottawa: Rural Secretariat, 2005. Print.

Cadigan, Sean T. "The Moral Economy of Retrenchment and Regeneration in the History of Rural Newfoundland." Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Reginald Byron. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. 14-42. Print.

Canning, Patricia and Charlotte Strong. "Children and Families Adjusting to the Cod Moratorium." The Resilient Outport: Ecology, Economy, and Society in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Rosemary E. Ommer. St. John's: ISER, 2002. 319-341. Print.

Davis, Dona Lee. "In the Beginning: Region, Crisis, and Occupational Choice among Newfoundland's Youth." Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Reginald Byron. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. 177-198. Print.

House, J.D. "Does Community Really Matter in Newfoundland and Labrador? The Need for Supportive Capacity in the New Regional Economic Development." Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Reginald Byron. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. 177-198. Print.

House, J.D. Going Away and Coming Back: Economic Life and Migration in Small Canadian Communities. St. John's: ISER, 1989. Print.

McBride, Michelle, Gregory S. Kealey, and Sean Cadigan. "Jobs at Any Cost: The Political Economy of Development in Twentieth-Century Newfoundland." The Resilient Outport: Ecology, Economy, and Society in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Rosemary E. Ommer. St. John's: ISER, 2002. 265-288. Print.

Ommer, Rosemary E. "Newfoundland Environment, History, and Rural Development." The Resilient Outport: Ecology, Economy, and Society in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Rosemary E. Ommer. St. John's: ISER, 2002. 21-39. Print.

Royal Commission on Renewing and Strengthening our Place in Canada. Our Place in Canada: Main Report. St. John's: The Royal Commission, 2003. Print.

Sinclair, Peter R. "Leaving and Staying: Bonavista Residents Adjust to the Moratorium." The Resilient Outport: Ecology, Economy, and Society in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Rosemary E. Ommer. St. John's: ISER, 2002. 289-318. Print.

---. "Moving Back and Moving In: Migration and the Structuring of Bonavista." Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland. Ed. Reginald Byron. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. 199-225. Print.

Sinclair, Peter R., Heather Squires and Lynn Downton. "A Future Without Fish? Constructing Social Life on Newfoundland's Bonavista Peninsula after the Cod Moratorium." Fishing Places, Fishing People: Traditions and Issues in Canadian Small-Scale Fisheries. Ed. Dianne Newell and Rosemary E. Ommer. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999. 321-339. Print.

Thompson, Robert. Persistence and Change: The Social and Economic Development of Rural Newfoundland and Labrador, 1971-1981 Summary. St. John's: Research and Analysis Division, Dept. of Rural, Agricultural and Northern Development, 1983. Print.

Welbourn, Kathryn. Survival in Rural Newfoundland. St. John's: Writers' Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1996. Print.

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