ERIC Number: ED025343
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Jul
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Anatomy of 20th Century Village Life; Research Papers on the Nature of Three Small Indiana Communities. Volumes I and II.
Hodapp, Leroy C., Ed.; Gore, William J., Ed.
Educational, medical, and other services in rural areas have been undergoing a consolidation and centralization process to bring about more efficient operation. A research project sponsored by the United Methodist Church was designed to assess the position of the church as a decentralized unit in a small community relative to its leadership responsibility and its assumption of that responsibility within its community. This two-volume document contains 14 research studies designed to measure the economic and social structure of 3 small Indiana communities. Demographic data are presented and methods of inquiry and measurement are explained. Appendices provide census data and examples of the instruments used in the study. (DK)
Descriptors: Census Figures, Comparative Analysis, Demography, Migration Patterns, Population Distribution, Population Trends, Power Structure, Rural Areas, Rural Economics, Rural Education, Rural Population, Rural Urban Differences, Social Distribution, Social Mobility, Social Structure, Sociocultural Patterns, Socioeconomic Influences, Socioeconomic Status, Statistical Data
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Authoring Institution: United Methodist Church, New York, NY. General Board of Missions.
Identifiers - Location: Indiana