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'More to the UK than England: Exploring rural Wales' cinemagoing history through its showmen'

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'More to the UK than England : Exploring rural Wales' cinemagoing history through its showmen'. / Terrill, Jamie.

In: Participations, Vol. 16, No. 1, 01.05.2019, p. 738-761.

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abstract = "This paper explores the potentially unique factors of cinemagoing history that emerge when attention is focussed away from the dominant study of urban areas to that of a rural setting. It does so with the goal of not just comparing the rural to the urban, but also considering nuances of rural cinemagoing history on a globalised scale. As such, an example case study of Wales is undertaken, itself a country largely ignored within scholarship that claims to be of Britain, which highlights the impact of differing cultural contexts on rural cinemagoing history and experiences.",
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