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  • Canadian farm and non-farm family incomes
  • Canada ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu agricole ; Revenu familial
  • Continuous adjustment of family farms versus socialist structural transformation : the case of German agriculture
  • Farm ; Farming;Agriculture ; Germany ; Socialism
  • The text develops eight hypotheses as to why the socialist transformation from small family farms to large socialist farms had disadvantageous effects.―(l'A.).
  • The role of family farming in agrarian change
  • Agricultural production ; Employment structure ; Family farming ; Farming;Agriculture ; Rural change ; Rural economy
  • The AA. review the recent debate on agrarian change in western society and develop a critique of it in the process. They are focusing on the theory of family farming. The limitations of much recent literature is that it fails to make explicit
  • the link between the capitalist and state organizations which are transforming agriculture and the family units.
  • Relations of production of the family farm: Canadian Prairies
  • The role and importance of owner's perceptions and opinions in preserving continuity between generations on Slovenian mountain farms
  • Family ; Family farm ; Farm ; Mountain ; Mountain farming ; Slovenia ; Social reproduction
  • Family farms are characterized by the fact that they are passed down within the family from one generation to the next. In this way, the orientation of parents and especially farm owners is also passed on to children. With regard
  • to this characteristic, this paper proceeds from the hypothesis that owners’ beliefs, opinions, and perceptions have an important impact on farm succession in Slovenia. - (L'A.).
  • The persistence of family farming areas
  • The A. maps areas in the USA where family farming is strongest. Only one-third of US counties may be classified as agricultural| two thirds of these are concentrated in the Midwest. Family farming areas have remained quite stable since World War II
  • Economic well-being of farms. Third annual report to Congress on the status of family farms
  • Measuring poverty among farmers in Belgium
  • Agriculture ; Belgium ; Family income ; Farm income ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Regional disparities
  • Agriculture ; Belgique ; Disparités régionales ; Ménage agricole ; Niveau de vie ; Pauvreté ; Revenu agricole ; Revenu familial
  • holdings have an overall family income of less than 10 000 euros, or less than the guaranteed minimum wage. Other aspects discussed include the investment burden, the patrimony of farmers, the outlook for the future and the regional differences
  • The A. uses various databases and approaches. A distinction is made between income per worker, family agricultural income from the agricultural holding and total family income, including non-agricultural earnings. A quarter of full-time agricultural
  • Family and non-family succession in the Upper-Austrian farm sector
  • Austria ; Choice ; Farm ; Farmer behaviour ; Logit model ; Model ; Probability ; Professional mobility ; Upper Austria
  • Family farms in the web of community: exploring the rural political economy of the United States
  • Planned rainforest family farming on Brazil's transamazonic highway
  • A family business : women, children and smallholder sugar cane farming in Fiji
  • Family ; Farm ; Fiji ; Labour ; Liberalisation ; Woman ; Work organization
  • Contribution des femmes et des enfants à l'industrie sucrière de Fidji. Rôle du travail familial dans le développement historique du système de la petite propriété. Enquête ethnographique dans l'île de Vanua Levu. L'A. essaie d'expliquer les
  • The future of family farming in Israel : the second generation in the Moshav
  • Agriculture ; Diversification ; Economic activity ; Family income ; Farm ; Household ; Israel ; Pluriactivity ; Rural area ; Second-generation migrants
  • Activité économique ; Agriculture ; Diversification ; Espace rural ; Exploitation agricole ; Israël ; Ménage ; Pluri-activité ; Revenu familial ; Seconde génération
  • Transitions in rural Sarawak: off-farm employment in the Kemena basin
  • Employment ; Enquiry ; Family income ; Farming system ; Malaysia ; Rural change ; Rural community ; Sarawak
  • Communauté rurale ; Emploi ; Enquête ; Malaisie ; Mutation rurale ; Revenu familial ; Sarawak ; Système de culture
  • The connections between the major resource exploitation activities and the rural population operate through two main channels: formal State aid to rural households, and the informal practice of off-farm employment. Three main sources of income
  • (subsistence production, cash crops and off-farm work) act as substitutes for one another and this substitution has implications on the overall standard of living of the households.
  • The cultivation of the soil as a moral directive: population growth, family ties, and the maintenance of community among the Old Order Amish
  • Old Order Amish culture is largely maintained by the ability of individual Amish families to establish their children on farms. In the past, the norms of family farming, hard work, and high fertility have been in balance with the ecological
  • Agrarian structure ; Family farming ; Farm ; Poland ; Rural parish ; Typology
  • The study subject refers summary spatial differentiation of communes in relation to the basic functions and types of individual farming in Poland. The goal was to investigate relation between the functional structure and agricultural types
  • of individual farming elaborated at the communal level. - (DG)
  • Farm and off-farm family income in Australia
  • From hacienda to family farm : changes in environment and society in Pirampiro, Ecuador
  • The collapse of the family farm in West Africa? evidence from Malia
  • Richer farmers and agrarian change in Meerut District, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Agricultural revolution ; Agriculture ; Economic strategy ; Farm ; Farmer behaviour ; India ; Investment ; Rural development ; Technical innovation in agriculture ; UttarPradesh
  • farmers are reviewed. The significance of notions of family is noted and related to social and political changes operating at a number of scales.
  • The study begins with a review of Green Revolution research in India. The A. discusses about the crucial role of the investment patterns of richer farmers in governing the dynamics of rural industrialisation. Various characterisations of richer