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Making social science research applicable: the case of agricultural extension research in Egypt

, : Making social science research applicable: the case of agricultural extension research in Egypt. Public Administration and Development 14(4): 365-375

The links between research and extension are tenuous for many reasons, including institutional and administrative factors that thwart collaboration, geographic isolation of extension staff, differences in status, prestige and educational attainment between extension workers and researchers, and motivational issues impeding stronger ties between extension and research personnel.


DOI: 10.1002/pad.4230140403

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