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A last look at the distributive aspect of diffusion


, : A last look at the distributive aspect of diffusion. The integrated development of human and natural resources: the contribution of rural sociology: 93-101

The paper considers the resource distributive aspect of the diffusion process in the context of adoption of innovations in villages. A predictive mathematical model is used to synthesize findings in this general field, and the study then withdraws from this line of reasoning to a different conceptual level: it advocates an investigation of farmer to farmer, farmer-non-farmer etc. relationships: the ramifications of power in the rural productive situation.

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