Growing Violence in Rural Areas: A Sociological, Political, and Economic Analysis
Highlights Various Facets Of Increasing Violence In Rural Areas-Its Ramifications To Enable Greater Appreciation And Taking Corrective Measures In This Regard. 9 Chapters-Bibliography. Without Dustjacket.
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