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ERIC Number: ED068213
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Feb-16
Pages: 460
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Rural Sociology in the South: 1972. Proceedings: Rural Sociology Section, Association of Southern Agricultural Workers.
Voland, Maurice E., Ed.
The papers presented in this collection are said to represent the major thrusts of research and other scholarly activities of rural sociologists in the South in 1972. Arranged in the order of their presentation at the Rural Sociology Section of the Southern Agricultural Workers meetings, these papers discuss such topics as youth, social change in rural areas, sociology of the environment, social and economic indicators of rural development, race and culture, and population. "Occupational Choice and Perceived Goal-Blockage Among Black High School Seniors: A Rural-Urban Comparison" is 1 of 6 topics in Part I. "New Dimensions in Human Resource Development" is 1 of 7 topics in Part II. "Pollution and Solid Waste Disposal in the Rural South" is 1 of 5 topics discussed in Part III."Social and Economic Indicators of Rural Development From the Sociological Viewpoint" is 1 of 2 titles in Part IV. "A Longitudinal Study of Black's Perceptions of Race Relations: A Study of Village Blacks in a Southern Area" is 1 of 4 headings in Part V. "Factorial Ecology and Demographic Research" is 1 of 4 topics in Part VI. Introductory and summary comments at the beginning of each major section are provided by the editor. (HBC)
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Note: Proceedings of the Rural Sociology Section, Association of Agricultural Workers Annual Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, February 13-16, 1972