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Against All Odds book. Yet the town described in this study is thriving

Against All Odds book. The authors’ model orients this community in the vortex of contemporary forces, pointing up, for example, the need for face-to-face interaction among residents versus the larger society’s demand for electronic communication. Yet the town described in this study is thriving.

Yet the town described in this study is thriving.

With increasing conflicts between the culture of rural communities and that of the outside world" occurring, small towns all over the United States are losing their businesses, their doctors, and their sense of community.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Against All Odds: Rural Community in the. Against All Odds: Rural Community in the Information Age. By John C. Allen, Don A. Dillman. Can a meaningful sense of community exist within rural towns and villages of the United States as we approach the 21st century? the answer is a resounding yes for at least one rural community in the Pacific Northwest.

John C Allen, Don A Dillman. The authors' model orients this community in the vortex of contemporary forces, pointing up, for example, the need for face-to-face interaction among residents versus the larger society's demand for electronic communication.

Against All Odds: Rural Community in the Information Age. John C. Jane H. Adams, "Against All Odds: Rural Community in the Information Age. Dillman," American Journal of Sociology 101, no. 2 (Se. 1995): 527-528. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.

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The authors' model orients this community in the vortex of contemporary forces, pointing up, for example, the need for face-to-face interaction among residents versus the larger society's demand for electronic communication. With increasing conflicts between the culture of rural communities and that of the “outside world” occurring, small towns all over the United States are losing their businesses, their doctors, and their sense of community. Yet the town described in this study is thriving. Against All Odds identifies pride, determination, and a sense of belonging that must be nurtured—and the local organization that binds all of these factors together—in order to keep a small town alive in the face of powerful disruptive forces. Not since Vidich and Bensman's landmark Small Town in Mass Society has such a thoughful examination of a contemporary rural community been available.
Against All Odds: Rural Community In The Information Age (Rural Studies Series) download epub
Humanities
Author: John C Allen
ISBN: 081338821X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (September 26, 1994)
Pages: 239 pages