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Styles of Farming and Farming Subcultures: Appropriate concepts for Australian rural sociology?

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Vanclay, F, Mesiti, L and Howden, P 1998 , 'Styles of Farming and Farming Subcultures: Appropriate concepts for Australian rural sociology?' , Rural Society: the journal of research into rural & regional social issues in Australia, vol. 8, no. 2 , pp. 85-107 .

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Abstract

The general understanding of the
farming subculture concept is that the
primary motivation of farmers is their
notion of good farm management. Such
a social construction will vary between
different groups of farmers, such as
exist in different commodities, in
different regions, and possibly within
commodities and regions.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Vanclay, F and Mesiti, L and Howden, P
Journal or Publication Title: Rural Society: the journal of research into rural & regional social issues in Australia
ISSN: 1037-1656
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