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Agricultural extension

, : Agricultural extension. Agricultural extension: xi + 328

This is the first edition in English of van der Ban's Inleiding tot de voorlichtingskunde (7th edition, 1985, Boom-Pers). The issues raised range from the different extension philosophies, strategies and methods appropriate in less industrialized countries, through the theories underlying extension processes, to professional ethnics for extension workers.

Accession: 001748683

DOI: 10.1300/J064v05n01_05

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