This series presents seasides in the UK. I have decided to examine the social class demographic in seaside towns. Through visiting seasides, I have noticed the class demographic varies from upper middle classes to prolateriots. This can be demonstrated with other methods apart from only employing figures. The objects ie chip shops can present the lack of knowledge if a healthly lifestyle, relating to working class habitus. The derelict sites present the economic surplus which prevents regeneration in these areas. Nevertheless, seaside towns appear very quirky and are exciting places to visit. They are mysterious and treacherous.
House and the 'chippy' at Hastings
Buckets and spades.
Seaside huts and landscapes
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