Free eBook Small Farms: Persistence With Legitimation (RURAL STUDIES SERIES OF THE RURAL SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY) download
by Alessandro Bonanno
Author: Alessandro Bonanno
Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (February 15, 1987)
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Small Farms: Persistence With Legitimation (Rural Studies Series of the Rural Sociological Society). 0813373417 (ISBN13: 9780813373416).
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Alessandro Bonanno is assistant professor of Rural Sociology at the . -, 1987a,Small Farms: Persistence with Legitimation. In F. Buttel and H. Newby (ed.,The Rural Sociology of the Advanced Societies.
Alessandro Bonanno is assistant professor of Rural Sociology at the University of Missouri-Columbia. His primary areas of interest include Sociology of Agriculture, al Development and the Role of the State. Boulder, C. Westview Press. 1987b, Decentralization, Informalization and the State: A Reinterpretation of the Farm Crisis In the . Montclair, NJ. Allanheld Osmun.
It is an active academic field in much of the world, originating in the United States in the 1910s with close ties to the national Department of Agriculture and land-grant university colleges of agriculture.
The Rural Studies Series features books on a wide range of topics related to rural social issues. Rural Realities is a quarterly publication of the Rural Sociological Society (RSS)
The Rural Studies Series features books on a wide range of topics related to rural social issues. Rural Realities is a quarterly publication of the Rural Sociological Society (RSS). Its purpose is to : (1) Provide valuable insights on the current and emerging issues impacting people and places in rural American and beyond; and (2) Offer policy and program options that might prove effective in addressing these important rural challenges and opportunities.
Series: Rural studies series of the Rural Sociological Society. Hardcover: 438 pages.
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Outside North America, sociological investigations of rural society often are referred to as peasant studies, development studies, or village studies rather than rural sociology (Newby 1980).
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