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Communication and institutional change in Mexican agricultural development

Communication and institutional change in Mexican agricultural development

[Publication] Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin (98): 27

The paper was presented at the Third World Congress for Rural Sociology, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, August 23-24, 1972. The Puebla Project in Mexico constitutes a demonstration of the complexity of factors which must be confronted in order to make some lasting change in rural conditions in Latin America. The project also forms an example of a scheme where institutional change constitutes the major criterion of project success.

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