Edited By: IR Bowler, C Bryant and D Nellis
The second volume in this two-volume work, this book examines the broader economic and social structures of rural areas in both international and national contexts, covering the emergence of new socioeconomic issues, changes in the structure of rural society, countryside recreation and tourism, changing employment structures, and development strategies for rural communities. With the current great interest in rural areas and the environment, these volumes are aimed at a wide audience in rural geography, planning, sociology and leisure, as well as in agricultural and resource economics.
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