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The Dynamics of Hired Farm Labour: Constraints and Community Responses

Edited By: JL Findeis, A Vandeman, J Larson and J Runyan
Publisher: CABI Publishing
The Dynamics of Hired Farm Labour: Constraints and Community Responses
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Hired seasonal labour forms a significant part of the agricultural workforce in many countries. Key topics covered in this book include: changes in the hired farm workforce; area studies, and community impacts and responses; and the need for community services.

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Edited By: JL Findeis, A Vandeman, J Larson and J Runyan
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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