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Create Huntington: An Empowering Movement to Create a Better Community – Anna Laferre reports on the non-profit–on which Hoey has served as a member of the Board–for Huntington Quarterly [will take a moment to load].
Are You Tuned in to Your Trainees? - Gail Dutton addresses the importance of an historically and culturally informed approach to training in this February 2011 article for Training Magazine
Huntington wrestles with image, attitude – Bryan Chambers reports on the prospects and challenges for citizen-driven change in Huntington, West Virginia in this June 14th 2009 article for the Herald-Dispatch newspaper
Create Huntington calls on citizens - Bryan Chambers reports on the findings of a study detailing the prospects and challenges for growth and change in the community of Huntington, West Virginia in this May 19th 2009 article for the Herald-Dispatch newspaper
Cabell County, Huntington poised for growth, progress - Tyson Compton, new president of the Cabell Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau, comments on the opportunities for economic growth in the Tri-State region in this March 22nd 2009 article for the Herald-Dispatch newspaper
Rural Renaissance - John Ivanko reports on the contribution made by the Life-style Migration Project to understanding the phenomenon of urban to rural migration in an article for Michigan Today, Vol. 35(1) in 2004.
In Pursuit of the Dream – The April 2004 edition of Traverse Magazine hasa feature story on the Life-style Migration Project.
Making Time for Tradition- Traverse Magazine‘s interesting article on family traditions which ran in the November 2001 issue and includes my commentary on the importance of ritual and reference to my ongoing fieldwork project on working families. You may download the file in PDF format.
Come back to the five & dime, Margaret Mead, Margaret Mead - In an article published nationally in July 2000, The Associated Press takes a detailed look at the Life-style Migration Research Project.
Life-style Migration - An article from the Traverse City Record Eagle.
NPR affiliate WICA-FM 91.5 – Bob Allen reporting for “Points North,” a 1 Hour Call-in Show, 27 January 2006. Thanks to IPR, I have archived the audio files on my website.
Lead-in: Since the age of steamships northern Michigan has been a destination. People flocked here and left behind the grit of city life if only for a vacation. But in the last few decades more transients have made “up north” their permanent home. Quite a few seek a more authentic experience or a chance to remake themselves. But some find the allure of nature doesn’t match their expectations. This week on Points North we’ll explore the real and imagined in rural life. This show aired 27 January 2002. [mp3 audio]
NPR Landscapes of Community
NPR Affiliate, WICA, 91.5 FM – Peter Payette, News Director at Interlochen Public Radio prepared a detailed report on the project that aired the week of 21st January 2002. Thanks to IPR, I have archived the audio files on my website.
Lead-in: For most of the 20th century, Americans migrated to cities for jobs. But in the seventies, demographers found people were leaving urban areas for the country, for no apparent reason. One anthropologist calls this phenomenon life-style migration. And he’s been in Traverse City studying it. [Real Media]
Lead-in:This winter, there have been discussions about inviting people from New York City – people traumatized by the attacks of September 11th – to Northern Michigan for respite. The idea of the area as a place of refuge is not new. It’s at least as old as the crumbling state hospital. And as Peter Payette reports, it continues to draw people here today. [Real Media]
NPR Affiliate, Michigan Public Radio – Charity Nebbe of MPR conducted an interview with me for the program “Stateside.” This show aired on Tuesday, 25th May 2004 on Michigan Public Radio NPR affiliate stations including 91.7 FM Ann Arbor/Detroit; 104.1 FM West Michigan; and, 91.1 FM Flint. [mp3 audio]
NPR Affiliate, Michigan Public Radio – A report for Michigan Public Radio conducted by Naomi Goetz to which I contributed. This report aired on 30th September 2004 on Michigan Public Radio NPR affiliate stations including 91.7 FM Ann Arbor/Detroit; 104.1 FM West Michigan; and, 91.1 FM Flint. Goetz looks at return migration to Michigan and efforts by the State to attract and retain residents through such initiatives as “Cool Cities.” [mp3 audio]
Tom Kramer of NBC Affiliate TV7&4 news in Northern Michigan conducted an interview with me on my work with in-migrants to the region.