2 edition of economic and social condition of nonmetropolitan America in the 1970"s found in the catalog.
economic and social condition of nonmetropolitan America in the 1970"s
United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Economic Development Division.
|Statement||prepared by Economic Development Division, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture for the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session, May 30, 1975.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.|
|LC Classifications||HC106.6 .U58 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||75601961|
Racial categories are social and political construction because they are based on ideas that some biological differences (esp. skin color) are more important than others (e.g. height, etc), even though the later might have more significance in terms of human activity. Many Argentinians who fled the country in the s, when the country was. Poverty and Opportunity Structure in Rural America Poverty and Opportunity Structure in Rural America Tickamyer, Ann R. Rural areas have a disproportionate share of the US poverty population. Like poor urban communities, the persistence and severity of poverty in rural America can be linked to a limited opportunity structure which is the outcome of both past social and.
The s' migration turn-around in rural, nonadjacent counties. Washing-ton: U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, Research and Eval-uation Division, Pp. Irregular. Paper. JEL Examines the causes of the reversal of prior trends of metropolitan population growth and nonmetropolitan decline; focuses on U. For trends in women's work and income, see Michael B. Katz, Mark J. Stern, and Jamie J. Fader, “Women and the Paradox of Economic Inequality in Twentieth Century America,” Journal of Social History (forthcoming); and Michael B. Katz and Mark J. Stern, One Nation Divisible: What America Was and What It Was Becoming (forthcoming), chap. 3 Cited by:
Chapter Persistent Poverty and Rising Inequality 3 therefore not simply a very rich country with high levels of poverty; it is a rich country in which increasing wealth since the early s has not resulted in any reduction of poverty. -- Figures , about here --File Size: 1MB. The book ranges over the shifting role of the historical and the social in economic theory, the shifting boundaries between the economic and the non-economic, all within a methodological context.
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Rural and Small Town America (Population of the United States in the s)Author: C. Shannon Stokes. The Demographic and Economic Implications of Globalization for the Nonmetropolitan United States Article (PDF Available) in Community Development 39(2) April with 12 Reads. Since the s, however, worldwide economic changes have generally kept the U.S.
unemployment rate above 5%. It was greater than 10% inthe highest rate sinceand the rate was considerably higher among nonwhite minorities and the young, approaching 50% among African-American teenagers in urban areas. In the s, Americans rediscovered rural areas and, in increasing numbers, took up residence there.
Many people, it seems, want to be where earlier generations wanted to be from. With the repopulation of rural areas, the diversity and distinctiveness of an earlier rural America is fading. Broad outlines will remain, but many details will Format: Hardcover.
Some nonmetropolitan counties, largely in the southern United States, remained severely economically depressed during the 's despite nonmetro America's economic gains during the period; other.
In the s, Americans rediscovered rural areas and, in increasing numbers, took up residence there. Many people, it seems, want to be where earlier generations wanted to be from.
With the repopulation of rural areas, the diversity and distinctiveness of an earlier rural America is fading. Broad outlines will remain, but many details will. Douglas Social scientists have long studied patterns of racial and ethnic segregation because of the close connection between a group’s spatial position in society and its socioeconomic unities and resources are unevenly distributed in space; some neighborhoods have safer streets, higher home values, better services, more effective schools, and more supportive peer.
Perspective from the BEA Accounts BEA produces some of the most closely watched economic statistics that influence decisions of government officials, business people, and individuals.
These statistics provide a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of the U.S. economy. The data on this page are drawn from featured BEA economic accounts. U.S. Economy at a Glance Table. Based on a large-scale, random-sample survey of both full-time and seasonal residents, it provides a much-needed overview of the macro-level economic, demographic, and social transformations affecting rural communities in America.
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The Office on Socioeconomic Status is pleased to provide this annotated bibliography of resources that provide information about the structural determinants of poverty in the United States.
The annotation for each reference listed in the bibliography provides a brief summary of the item’s contents. The bibliography contains listings of relevant books, research and technical reports, and. Second, those left behind, even temporarily, face serious transition problems.
In the s, despite relatively high rates of residential mobility CONCLUSIONS from ghettos, resulting in substantially fewer ghetto residents, social and economic conditions among those remaining deteriorated badly.
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