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Some variables affecting agricultural extension agents' attitudes towards agricultural extension training in Egypt



Some variables affecting agricultural extension agents' attitudes towards agricultural extension training in Egypt



Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 83(1): 451-463



Questionnaire interviews were conducted with 295 extension agents from 6 governorates in Egypt in order to identify their attitudes towards extension training in relation to some independent variables. Results showed that 68.81% of the respondents had either low or moderate attitudes towards extension training.

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