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    Rural Marketing

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    Abstract Promotion of brands in rural markets requires the special measures. Due to the social and backward condition the personal selling efforts have a challenging role to play in this regard. The word of mouth is an important message carrier in rural areas. Infect the opinion leaders are the most influencing part of promotion strategy of rural promotion efforts. The experience of agricultural input industry can act as a guideline for the marketing efforts of consumer durable and non-durable companies

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    Rural Development Essay

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    Due to rural-urban migration, there has been increasing levels of poverty and depopulation in rural areas. This is one of the reasons why the government has seen it as necessary and made it a priority to improve the lives of the people who live in rural areas. Rural development is about enabling people in the rural areas take charge of their destiny. This is through the use and management of the natural resources they are exposed to. This is a process through which people learn over time and they

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    Tourism And Rural Tourism

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    b) Theoretical frame work: Tourist arrivals in rural areas can create a flow of outside currency into a rural economy and therefore indirectly contribute to business development, household incomes and employment. There are hidden benefits from tourists known as multiplier effect. There are two critical areas of tourism which are directly linked to rural poverty. Firstly, tourism comes with labour –intensive and small scale opportunities and second it also values natural resources and cultural heritage

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    Rural Homelessness

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    Rural Homelessness As the Joad family lost its farm and hit the road in Steinbeck's classic, The Grapes of Wrath, so to did America lose its ability to plead ignorance to the problem of rural homelessness. Yet, as the troubles of the Great Depression, and two million homeless Americans, were eclipsed by a world at war, the issue of homelessness was once again placed on the back burner, and then taken off of the stove altogether (Davis 275). Although this problem has seldom been discussed

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    Concept of Rural Tourism and Rural Tourism in Azerbaijan Rural tourism is not a new type of industry . Desire to escape bustling city centers and discover new areas, stress factors, in the 19th century caused tourist interest in rural life. 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s were new period for rual tourism.This period is observed with a lot of tourists ( OECD, 1994, p.7 ). Rural tourism is a type of tourism which happens in country zones and furnish visitors with tourism facilities.The idea of rural tourism grasps

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    Addressing the health disadvantage of rural population: How does epidemiological evidence inform rural health policies and research? In accordance with the rural-urban health status differentials, rural health become a significant concern even in developed countries. It is an evidence from the fact that poorer rural health is because of the health programmes which is failing to meet the needs of the people. Systematic urban rural differences are not exactly clear in terms of diseases and life threatening

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    Rural Education

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    Rural Education Where a child grows up and which high school they attend greatly affects further education and employment. Higher education, including college and vocational schooling, factors into employment opportunity. Research has shown that schools in rural areas have far less resources for students interested in attending college, providing less opportunity for students pursuing higher education. Wilsonville High School, located the city of Wilsonville just south of Portland, Oregon, represents

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    Paying Attention to Rural Education

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    For many communities, particularly rural communities, schools serve as a source of identity. Because of this, the problems that plague rural schools become enough of a problem that they threaten the identity of the community; unfortunately, many lawmakers and policymakers in seats of power do not have an intuitive understanding of how rural schools work. Policies that work for urban schools, or even suburban schools, can not be assumed to fit the role of a rural school. It is suggested in this article

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    Special Education in Rural Communities

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    Special Education in Rural Communities Christmas in January, I hurried quickly to the party, stereo in hand. Checking the time, I rushed across Pollock road to attend my first function as a member of Best Buddies, a community based program sponsored by universities throughout the world to enrich the lives of college students and adults with intellectual disabilities. I entered the room; a low buzz nagged at the edge of my hearing. As I placed my stereo upon the piano and plugged the chord

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    Accessibility is a concept that has come of age, especially in rural communities (Farrington and Farrington, 2005); accessibility can be defined as the ease at which people can reach desire activity sites such as those offering employment, shopping, medical care or recreation (Hanson, 2009).One may be effectively inaccessible because of one’s inadequate skills, social talents, income or moreover, from there being physically or spatially separated from the thing of desire (Moseley, 1979, pp56). These

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