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Family and social problems arising out of the transition from a full-time to a subsidiary or part-time farming



Family and social problems arising out of the transition from a full-time to a subsidiary or part-time farming



Forderungsdienst, Wien. 18: Spec. 4, 21-5



A sociological study is made of the effects of changing a full-time to a subsidiary farm, with particular emphasis on the strain thereby placed on family relationships. Possibilities of non-farm activities lead the younger generation away from the farm, which results in labour problems and bitterness for parents who regard the farm as a family heritage. Overburdening responsibility falls on the farmer's wife if her husband works elsewhere than on the farm.

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