Everything in its Path: Destruction of Community in the Buffalo Creek Flood Analysis Paper

Everything in its Path: Destruction of Community in the Buffalo Creek Flood Analysis Paper

Analysis Papers (not descriptive papers)
Book to read- Eriksen, K. (1978). Everything in its Path: Destruction of Community in the
Buffalo Creek Flood. Simon and Schuster: New York, New York.
9780671240677.

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“The Appalachian way of life, then, like any other culture, can be visualized as a tangle
of contrary tendencies . . . our task here is to identify those axes of variation that seem
most characteristic of mountain society. . .”
Please discuss (do not list as bullet points in the body of your paper) these “axes of
variation.” How did they set the stage for such devastation in the communities of Buffalo
Creek?
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