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Rural women in social change: the difficulties for rural sociology where rural women are concerned



Rural women in social change: the difficulties for rural sociology where rural women are concerned



Land, Agrarwirtschaft und Gesellschaft 6(3): 367-383



Agricultural sociology in the first half of the 20th century was based on a two world model in which the modern urban industrialized society was treated as quite different from the traditional, peasant, rural society. After 1945, this romantic image was replaced by the concept of the rural urban continuum. Changes in farming methods and general social change have particularly affected the role of women in farm families.

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