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Village values as rural development themes


, : Village values as rural development themes. Eastern Anthropologist 36(4): 335-342

The paper presents what it terms "values-based research". This approach involves a close examination of the shared conceptual universe existing in a village or region focusing on factors crucial to the development process.

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