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The impact of aging on the cooperative farmer in the Israeli moshav

Journal of Rural Cooperation 14(2): 95-105

The impact of aging on the cooperative farmer in the Israeli moshav

The paper discusses the main findings of the first stage of a study on the impact of aging on moshav type settlements in Israel. The crisis that at present is pervading the moshav sector affects the web of relationships between first generation settlers and their families, as well as their surrounding communities.

Accession: 001709885

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