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Agricultural population as an object of the motivation process


, : Agricultural population as an object of the motivation process. Zemedelska Ekonomika 36(7): 555-566

The social development of Czechoslovakia's agricultural population has reached the stage where the job is expected to provide a certain quality of life and living standard as well as an interest in the work itself.


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