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Economic aspects of interpersonal communication: a choice for extension work



Economic aspects of interpersonal communication: a choice for extension work



Journal of Extension Systems 7(2): 96-110



Economic hierarchy and information flow on two significant farming problems, namely, high yielding varieties (HYV) of rice and treatment of sick cattle was examined for a sample of 75 farmers in 6 neighbouring villages in Atigram Union, Manikganj district, Bangladesh. The study showed that the opinion leaders were spread among four economic status groups in the villages studied. Economic status was not a barrier in seeking consultation for sick cattle treatment.

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