publication . Doctoral thesis . 1998

Coping behaviour of extension agents in role conflict situations : a case study in Xinji county, China

Huang, R.Q.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1998
  • Publisher: Huang
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
<p>This book is about the coping behaviour of extension agents in role conflict situations in a changing environment in China. The study presents the case of cotton production in Xinji county, China.</p><p>Chapter 1 gives background information on Chinese agricultural and rural reform since 1978 and its impact for extension system and extension agents. Before the rural reform, Chinese agriculture was collectively managed. The extension system dealt with collective groups of farmers and was used as a policy instrument to implement government policy. Since the rural reform, the rural economy and social environment have been changed considerably, the main transform...
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free text keywords: plattelandsontwikkeling, plattelandsplanning, landbouw, katoen, economische situatie, innovaties, modernisering, rolconflicten, gedrag, china, landbouwvoorlichting, economische productie, rural development, rural planning, agriculture, cotton, economic situation, innovations, modernization, role conflicts, behaviour, agricultural extension, economic production
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