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Spanish Rural Society in Transition

AuthorsManuel Pérez Yruela
Keywordsrural area
Issue Date1995
PublisherBlackwell Publishing
CitationSociologia Ruralis XXXV: 276- 296 (1995)
AbstractThe rural area in Spain is tremendously divers, due to regional differences in climate, soil types and relief. this has led to very different forms of agriculture with contrasting types of production, a corresponding variety in terms of organization of work; use of technology, farming incomes, and the social organization that follows from this. This variety of agriculture has been further accentuated by significant differences in land ownership structures, which result from the historical process by which land has been appropriated.
Identifiersissn: 0038-0199
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