The move from the land : a sociological study of woolgrowers in the western division of New South Wales
The emergence of Australia as an industrialised nation has meant that like every other western country with a similar economic base, 1 has a "farm problem" This arises from the disparity between the average income per head of working population in the economy as a whole, and the lower average income of operators in agriculture (Heady and Ackerman, 1958; Higgs, 1966; Hannan, 1970J The main cause of this imbalance is the slow growth of markets for farm products...[Show more]
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