The Integrated Development of Human and Natural Resources: The Contribution of Rural Sociology
Polish Academy of Sciences Press, 1979 - Industrialization - 298 pages
Toward a methodology of systemic study of the countryside; The community in integrated development; Integrated rural development: some preconditions for practical action; The integrated development of human and natural resources: a challenge not well by rural sociology; Agricultural cooperative farms - unity of economic and social progress in the GDR; On the socioeconomic aspect of modeling migration; A last look at the distributive aspect of diffusion; Industrialization in advanced rural communities (the Israeli Kibbutz); The agricultural ladder in a Brazilian community; Social equity and progressive farmers in dynamic agriculture; Prospects of rural communities under constructional aspects; On the influence of the changes in the nature of the work and in professional qualifications on the social mobility of cooperative farmers in the German Democratic Republic; Part-time farming in Sweden; The structure of the household economy in rural north Norway; The transition of the small farmer to urban man in western Europe; Social stratification and social mobility in village India; A comparative study of rural youth in the national regions of the USSR: general and specific features; Rural youth in the USA: status, needs, and suggestions for development; Quality of life: what is it? Style of life and quality of life; The gradual development of a new synthesis of agriculture and industry and some consequences for the life of the agricultural population; The fourth world congress of rural sociology.
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The Community in Integrated Development
Integrated Rural Development Some Preconditions for Practical Action
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action activity agricultural approach areas associated buildings caste characteristics compared concept Congress considerably considered cooperative cooperative farmers countryside cultural distribution economic effective employment environment example existing fact factors farm farmers functions given groups growth household human important improvement income increase indicators individual industry institutions integrated interest Kibbutz labour land less living major means measures migration mobility natural natural resources necessary needs objective occupation organization part-time farms participants patterns persons planning plant political population possible practical present problems production progress question reasons reference regard region relations relative result rural development rural youth settlement situation social socialist society Sociology sources structure Table tion units University urban values various village workers