Browse Books: Social Science / Sociology / Rural

Women and the Family in Rural Taiwan By Margery Wolf Cover Image
Constructing Race in the French Atlantic World, 1534-1789: The Blood of France (Americas in the Early Modern Atlantic World) By Guillaume Aubert, Aubert Cover Image
Welcome to Utopia: Notes from a Small Town By Karen Valby Cover Image
Walkers, Voyeurs, and the Politics of Urban Space (Radical History Review (Duke University Press) #114) By Robin Autry (Editor), Daniel J. Walkowitz (Editor) Cover Image
By Robin Autry (Editor), Daniel J. Walkowitz (Editor)
Rural Ed/Training in New Econmy-98 By Robert M. Gibbs (Editor), Paul L. Swaim (Editor), Ruy A. Teixeira (Editor) Cover Image
By Robert M. Gibbs (Editor), Paul L. Swaim (Editor), Ruy A. Teixeira (Editor)
Choosing a Sustainable Future: Ideas and Inspiration from Ithaca, NY By Liz Walker Cover Image
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Alone in Silence: European Women in the Canadian North before World War II (McGill-Queen's Indigenous and Northern Studies #27) By Barbara E. Kelcy, Barbara E. Kelcy Cover Image
Agrarian Kentucky (Kentucky Bicentennial Bookshelf) By Thomas D. Clark Cover Image
Milking in the Shadows: Migrants and Mobility in America’s Dairyland (Inequality at Work: Perspectives on Race, Gender, Class, and Labor) By Julie C. Keller Cover Image
Rural Land Reform, Peasants' Rights and the Collective Economy: Three Major Issues in China Agricultural Development By Zhou Li, Changqing Ren Cover Image
Policies and Plans for Rural People (Routledge Revivals): An International Perspective By Paul Cloke (Editor) Cover Image
By Paul Cloke (Editor)
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The Making of a Village: The Dynamics of Adivasi Rural Life in India By Asoka Kumar Sen Cover Image


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