Rural Canada in Transition : A Multidimensional Study of the Impact of Technology and Urbanization on Traditional Society. Second Printing.

By: TREMBLAY, Marc-Adélard, (ed.) ANDERSON, Walton J., (ed.)

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TREMBLAY, Marc-Adélard and Walton J. ANDERSON, (eds.). Rural Canada in Transition : A Multidimensional Study of the Impact of Technology and Urbanization on Traditional Society. With an introduction by Robert Craig Brown. [Ottawa] : "Assembled and published under the sponsorship of the Agricultural Economics Research Council of Canada, (May, 1968). Second Printing. Pp (2),[i]-xiv,1-415,(1). 8vo, green & white cardcovers, white lettering to green spine. Publication no. 6 in the Agricultural Economics Research Council of Canada series. Marc-Adélard Tremblay, OC, GOQ, MSRC (b. April 24, 1922, LesÉboulements, Quebec – d. March 20, 2014, Québec) was a Canadian anthropolo gist. Contents : Preface: L'adresse d'ouverture (par Marc-Adelard Tremblay). Introduction: The Nature of the Problem (by Marc-Adelard Tremblay). Chapter 1. Rural Canada in Transition (by Donald R. Whyte) : Introduction. I. The Rural-Urban Dimension. II. The Demographic Transition. III. Technology and Material Circumstances. IV. Institutional Transformations in Rural Society. V. Achievement and Opportunity in Rural Education. VI. Reiigion and the Rural Church. VII. Consensus and Community in Rural Life. Chapter 2. A Report on a Survey of Nonagricultural, Semi-agricultural, and Agricultural Service Centers in Canada (by Richard Larkin) : I. Introduction. II. The Study.III. The Results. IV. Conclusions and Recommendations. ChapteT 3. The Soci al Consequences of the Modernization of Agriculture (by Helen C. Abell) : I. Introduction. II. General Consideration of Farm Modernization. III. The Effects of Modernization. IV. A Special Consideration of Vertical Integration. V. Future Implications. VI. Questions Needing Answers. VII. Summary. Chapter 4. The Farmer as a Social Class in the Prairie Region (by Earl J.Tyler) : I. Introduction. II. The Developing Agrarian Society 1870- 1911. III. The Agrarian Society 1911-1931. IV. The Agrarian Society in Transition 1931-1961. V. Conclusion. Chapter 5. The Challenge of a New Rural World (by Gerald Fortin). I. Introoduction. II. Modern Society. III. Agriculture in Modern Society. IV. Present Training Methods. V. In Search of a Solution. VI. Rural Community or Urbanized Regional Community. VII. Regional Development. Chapter 6. Conclusion (by Jean-Marie Martin). Name, 5 headings in the introduction have been highlighted in yellow, creasing to one leaf, internal crack, else very good. 30.00

Title: Rural Canada in Transition : A Multidimensional Study of the Impact of Technology and Urbanization on Traditional Society. Second Printing.

Author Name: TREMBLAY, Marc-Adélard, (ed.) ANDERSON, Walton J., (ed.)

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Publisher: Agricultural Economics Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, 1968,:

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Keywords: CANADA CANADIAN HISTORY AGRICULTURE RURAL ECONOMICS ECONOMIC SOCIAL HISTORY,