Thinking About Rural Development by Ralph Whitlock
  

Synopsis

Thinking About Rural Development by Ralph Whitlock

Focusing on rural development, this text is part of a series that investigates the underlying issues in world development and the world-wide implications.

About the Author

Ralph Whitlock was for five years agricultural consultant to the Methodist Missionary Society. During this period he travelled in Africa, India and tropical America, inspecting and reporting on agricultural and rural development projects.

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Format

Paperback
72 pages

Author

Ralph Whitlock
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Publisher

Lutterworth Press an imprint of James Clarke & Co Ltd

Publication date

31st May 1978

ISBN

9780718822996


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