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Agrarian ideology in Australia and the United States

, : Agrarian ideology in Australia and the United States. Rural Sociology 48(3): 409-420

The paper seeks to extend studies of agrarianism among farmers by looking at the ideology of Australian farmers and critically examining the explanations put forward for the development of agrarian viewpoints. 550 South Australian cereal/sheep farmers were surveyed and their commitment to agrarianism compared with farmers in previously published US studies.

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