This chapter serves as a summary of the topics discussed in this book. It begins with a discussion on the familiar absence and unfamiliar presence paradigm, followed by a review of broken narratives and the un/settled rural spaces. The final and critical argument presented in the chapter is about the importance of spatialising the concept of social citizenship and extending this concept into the thicker category of spatialised belonging.
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