Includes bibliographies ad index.
|Statement||editor, Pamela D. Elkind-Savatsky ; associate editor, Judith D. Kaufman.|
|Series||Social impact assessment series ;, no. 13|
|Contributions||Elkind-Savatsky, Pamela D., Kaufman, Judith D.|
|LC Classifications||HN49.C6 D54 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 293 p. :|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||86051103|
Rural residents are often the caretakers of a nation’s natural resources and lack of development can lead to the destruction of those resources. Urban social problems can be exacerbated by high levels of rural-to-urban by: 5. (). Assessing the social impacts of the resources boom on rural communities. Rural Society: Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Although most countries in the world are rapidly urbanizing, the majority of the global population – particularly the poor – continue to live in rural areas. This Handbook rejects the popular notion that urbanization should be universally encouraged and presents clear evidence of the vital importance of rural people and places, particularly Released on: Decem ). Within rural development programmes mechanisms of social exclusion also occur and policy programmes at times are used by local elites to restore their legiti-macy or in the interests of clientelism. Finally, rural development is multi-facetted in nature. It unfolds into a wide array of different and sometimes interconnected practices.
Rural Development: Principles, Policies and Management, Third Edition, has been revised and repackaged as a comprehensive textbook on Rural Development and Planning. This book is primarily targeted at graduate and post-graduate students of Rural Development, Agricultural Policy and Planning and Rural Management. New chapters have been added, keeping in mind the curricula 1/5(1). Rural sociologists and economists in the U.S. and Europe now seem to agree that theoretical models of rural poverty and development strategies must include both structural and . Rural sociology focuses on how rural people and communities are socially, culturally, politically, and economically organized. As a discipline, it has a distinct body of knowledge, specific. Community Development Through Empowerment of the Rural Poor Duncan Livingstone United Nations Department of Economic 32 and Social Affairs- Decentralisation as a Means to Empower The World Bank and is thinking on Empowerment/ 33 Participatory Theory Benefits and Failings
Strategies to deal with rural development should take into consideration the remoteness and potentials in rural areas and provide targeted differentiated approaches. 8. A healthy and dynamic agricultural sector is an important foundation of rural development, generating strong linkages to . Rural Wealth Creation. This book later received the Lincoln Award from USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack. Since then, we have considered more purposively the importance of cultural wealth, and its unique rural impact, which can often be deeper, and quite different, than . Contents: Economic Reforms and Rural Development, Rural Developments and Dairying in Orissa, Social Elites and Social- Economic Change, Rural Power Structure and its Sequel, Intellectual Abilities and Personality Development of Rural Children in Andhra Pradesh, Land Reforms: A Key to Rural Uplift Need and Reorientation of Policies, Demand Supply Mismatch of Credit and Role of Co-operative . Abstract The paper attempts to assess the rural development administrative theories and practices in Nigeria. The paper contends that foreign theories in rural development administration in Nigeria are fast becoming an anachronism because it did not.