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An analytical study for the characteristics of reputational leaders from farmers' point of view in one of Qualubia Governorate's villages


, : An analytical study for the characteristics of reputational leaders from farmers' point of view in one of Qualubia Governorate's villages. Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo (Special Issue, Volume 2): 463-504

The study identifies the important characteristics of Reputational Leaders (RLs) from the farmers' point of view; determines the difference in farmers' responses to the qualitative categories for each characteristic of RLs; defines the qualitative category of these characteristics; and determines the main factors that can aggregate these characteristics under them.

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