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Studies on the problem of services in remote rural areas in Northern Sweden


, : Studies on the problem of services in remote rural areas in Northern Sweden. Geographical Report, Department of Geography, University of Umea (5): 220

In sparsely populated areas of Norway there is an over-representation of the elderly, services are poor and there is a risk that these will decline further as the population base is reduced. The concept of 'accessibility' is discussed in relation to the individual's subjective 'demands' and normative 'needs'.

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