Rural rebound: Newcomers revitalize small towns
Edward J. Blakely
Ted K. Bradshaw
Authors AffiliationsGala Rinaldi is Staff Research Associates, Applied Behavioral Sciences, at U.C., Davis; Edward Vine is Staff Research Associates, Applied Behavioral Sciences, at U.C., Davis; Edward J. Blakely is Professor of Community Development and Educationalist in the Experiment Station, Berkeley and Davis; Ted K. Bradshaw is an Assistant Research Sociologist at the Institute of Governmental Studies, U.C., Berkeley.
Hilgardia 34(5):6-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n05p6. May 1980.
AbstractSmall-town economies have rebounded with the influx of new residents from cities, who bring with them skills, professional backgrounds, or retirement incomes.
Rinaldi G, Vine E, Blakely E, Bradshaw T. 1980. Rural rebound: Newcomers revitalize small towns. Hilgardia 34(5):6-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n05p6
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