In recent decades agrarian restructuring has become a near-ubiquitous phenomenon
and often a major development objective in much of the Third World, as villages and
village households have turned from dependence on subsistence farming towards greater
dependence on small-scale commercial agriculture and off-farm employment. Whatever
the particular characteristics and causes, the process of change has often been highly
selective : led by those households which are better educated, better...[Show more]
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