The popularity of ABC TV's 'Sea Change' series reflects the enduring power of the bucolic myth of Escaping the city and creating a new, simpler. life, in an Arcadian setting. Integrating demographic, economic and sociological perspectives, 'Sea Change' addresses the scale of this movement, its
variation over time and place, and the types of people involved. It considers their motivations for moving, the places they colonise and the public interest implications of these moves. Both the people and the places are far more diverse than you would expect. 235 x 156mm., pp. x, 271, graphs, bibliography, index. Trade paperback, pictorial card covers. Contents, no inscriptions; card covers, very slightly rubbed on corners - no reading creases on spine. NEAR FINE.