Structuration Revisited: A Test Case for an Industrial Archaeology Methodology for Far North Queensland
By applying a modified theory of structuration, industrial archaeological sites can be considered in terms of allocative and authoritative resources as a key to past agency. The combination of these resources identified in the surrounding industrial landscape and the storage capacity of the human mind make up a framework of'duality of structure', the impetus to so-called free will'. It is through structuration that the combination of these identified environmental resources provide an insight...[Show more]
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