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Research into the village and agriculture in Yugoslavia

Research into the village and agriculture in Yugoslavia

Sociologija Sela 18(69/70): 149-161

The article makes a review of research into Yugoslav villages and agriculture, from the mid-19th century to the present, with the emphasis on rural sociology research.

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