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Population Migration in Rural America

January 1980 - January 1993

Compiled by Patricia LaCaille John
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Quick Bibliography Series: QB 93-35

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POPULATION MIGRATION IN RURAL AMERICA
 
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Population Migration in Rural American

1 NAL Call. No.: KF25.E224 1985a
Adapting local government to a changing rural South Dakota. Smith, R.L.
Washington, [D.C.] : U.S. G.P.O.; 1985. The economic evolution of rural America - part 1 : hearings before the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session. v. 1 p. 34-68; 1985. (S. hrg. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: South Dakota; Population change; Rural communities; Local government; Carrying capacity; Structural change; Family farms; Farm closures; Economic impact; Rural development; Self help

2 NAL Call. No.: 100 ID14
Adapting to change: Idaho communities at crossroads. Rowe, C.
Moscow, Idaho : The Station; 1989 Oct.
Bulletin - Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station (708) AGL: 19 p. maps; 1989 Oct. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Idaho; Rural communities; Urban population; Household income; Public services; Unemployment; Migration; Surveys; Employment

3 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N4
Agricultural and rural transition.
Wimberley, R.C.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O. : for sale by the Supt of Docs, Congressional Sales Off; 1986.
New dimensions in rural policy : building upon our heritage : studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States. p. 39-45; 1986. (S. prt. ; 99-153). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Farm sector; Settlement patterns; History; Urban rural migration; Population change

4 NAL Call. No.: HN49.C6J6
Agricultural dependence and the population turnaround: evidence from the Great Plains.
Albrecht, D.E.
Athens, Ga. : The University of Georgia; 1986. Journal of the Community Development Society v. 17 (1): p. 1-15; 1986. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Agriculture; Employment; Rural depopulation; Urban rural migration; Rural communities; Population dynamics

5 NAL Call. No.: aHN90.C6R78
Americans heading for the cities, once again. Beale, C.L.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; 1988 Jun.
Rural development perspectives : RDP v. 4 (3): p. 2-6. ill., maps; 1988 Jun.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural areas; Farm indebtedness; Employment; Rural depopulation; Population change; Economic depression; Trends; Industry; Birth rate; Retirement; Commuting; Rural urban relations; Migration

6 NAL Call. No.: 916762(AGE)
Application of the multiple frame design in an economic distributional effects study.
Kleweno, D.G.
Washington, The Service; Jan 1981.
ESS staff report - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service (AGESS801222.3): 143 p. charts; Jan 1981. 3 ref.

Descriptors: Kentucky; Economic development; Rural areas; Labor supply; Population growth; Employment; Women; Food; Programs; Surveys; Government programs

Abstract: A multiple frame survey design was used to study establishment and household characteristics and to make inferences about the population of interest. The methodology required for frame construction, sampling, field enumeration, and estimation is illustrated. The nine-county Kentucky study was the first of its type attempted by the Statistics unit of the Economics and Statistics Service, USDA, for data collection. Procedures were substantially more difficult than our traditional work. The study was carried out effectively and demonstrates our capability for this type of project. This document was developed because of the unusual nature of the survey; however, it would be beneficial to document all special surveys that the agency conducts. Suggested procedural enhancements are given for future applications and adaptation.

7 NAL Call. No.: HD1773.A5A57 1986
An assessment of community forces and agricultural change. Beaulieu, L.J.; Mulkey, D.W.
Boulder : Westview Press; 1986.
Agricultural change : consequences for southern farms and rural communities / edited by Joseph J. Molnar. p. 267-299; 1986. (Westview special studies in agricultural science and policy). Literature review. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural urban relations; Community involvement; Agricultural structure; Structural change; Interactions; Population change

8 NAL Call. No.: HD1773.A2N6
The attitudes of rural residents toward the expansion of natural resource based economic activities: a comparison between recent in-migrants and long-time residents. Stout-Wiegand, N.; Bulman, S.D.; Smith, D.K. Amherst, Mass. : The Council; Apr 1984. Journal - Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council v. 13 (1): p. 40-45; Apr 1984. Includes 14 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Economic development; Natural resources; Preservation; Migration; Rural areas; Rural population

Abstract: Extract: Rural residents, particularly recent inmigrants, are often characterized by preferences for a tranquil rural lifestyle based on the attributes of an open countryside. A survey of residents of an isolated rural county in West Virginia was conducted to explore the proposition that recent rural in-migrants are more opposed to the growth of natural resource based activities which are detrimental to the rural countryside than are long-term residents of the Country. The hypothesis was not supported, as both recent in-migrants and long-time residents strongly favored economic development of the County's natural resources over preservation of the natural countryside.

9 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R94 Vail, D.
Ames, Iowa : Rural Sociological Society; 1985 Sep. The Rural sociologist v. 5 (5): p. 337-343; 1985 Sep. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Maine; Small farms; Part time farming; Population growth; Rural economy; Commuting

10 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Black composition and change in the nonmetropolitan south. Lichter, D.T.; Heaton, T.B.
Bozeman : Rural Sociological Society, Montana State University; 1986. Rural sociology v. 51 (3): p. 343-353; 1986. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: South eastern states of U.S.A.; Blacks; Population structure; Social change; Population change; Rural urban migration

11 NAL Call. No.: HT401.J68
Capital constraints on nonmetropolitan accumulation: rural process in the United States of America since the 1960s. Clark, T.A.
Elmsford, N.Y. : Pergamon Press; 1991.
Journal of rural studies v. 7 (3): p. 169-190; 1991. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Rural population; Capital; Labor; Economic growth; Trends; Employment; Income; Rural urban relations; Change; Trade relations

Abstract: Does the turnaround in net migration to rural areas in the 1970s and its subsequent reversal in the 1980s anticipate a recording of rural process in the United States of America? I conclude that it does. Whereas standard neoclassical theory posits interregional equilibration through the interplay of factor movements and prices, it is here contended that capital supply has become of paramount importance in shaping rural outcomes, and that the nexus of capital control is shifting. The centerpiece of my argument is the partition of capital flows into three distinct circuits, within and among which capital 'switches' in periods of disproportionality--primarily overaccumulation--in search of new investment options or in response to new state-capital conformations. Viewed from this perspective, rural process is found to have progressed from a period of 'counterbalanced growth' (1960s and early 1970s), toward a period of 'rural overacumulation', and then after the world debt crisis of 1981 to an interval of rural 'consolidation'. During the latter-- still underway--the electoral base of Federal support for rural enterprise had begun to erode, and capital had begun to recenter in the urban primary circuit. Rural areas, as well, had become more fully absorbed in national and global capital circuits. Then too, customary alliances in support of rural accumulation had begun to disassemble and new ones had yet to emerge. Futher infusions of state capital in the secondary and tertiary circuits in support of rural accumulation are consequently in doubt. Under these conditions, the restructuring of rural industry may be further slowed, and the formulation of a new urban workforce in nonmetropolitan areas placed in jeopardy.

12 NAL Call. No.: 282.9 G7992
Challenges of the southern Great Plains: its future and how we can help. Doeksen, G.A.; Sloggett, G.
Lincoln, Neb. : The Council; 1987.
Proceedings - Great Plains Agricultural Council. p. 25-42; 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Western states of U.S.A.; South central states of U.S.A.; Oklahoma; Rural development; Structural change; Settlement patterns; Rural urban migration; Economic development; Population change; Employment

13 NAL Call. No.: HB1956.F83
Changes in population, employment and industrial composition in nonmetropolitan America.
Fuguitt, Glenn Victor,; Beale, Calvin L. Madison, Wis. : Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison,; 1984.
15, [4] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (CDE working paper ; 84-20). Presented at the session "Highlights from the 1980 Census Monographs," annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Minneapolis, May 4, 1984. Bibliography: p. [17-19].

Language: English; English

Descriptors: United States; Rural conditions; Urban-rural migration; United States

14 NAL Call. No.: 100 AR42F
The changing composition of the rural population. Bonner, W.S.; Voth, D.E.
Fayetteville, Ark. : The Station; 1986 Jul. Arkansas farm research - Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station v. 35 (4): p. 4; 1986 Jul.

Language: English

Descriptors: Arkansas; Rural population; Population change; History; Censuses; Rural sociology; Non-farm income; Counties; Government

15 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R47
The changing context of rural economic policy in the United States. Brown, D.L.; Deavers, K.L.
Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press; 1989.
Research in rural sociology and development v. 4: p. 255-275. ill; 1989. In the series analytic: Rural Labor Markets / guest editors; W.W. Falk and T.A. Lyson. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural economy; Economic policy; Structural change; Industrialization; Farm indebtedness; Unemployment; Poverty; Population dynamics; Migration; Trends; Federal government

16 NAL Call. No.: RA771.5.F56
The changing rural population and health care demands in the Midwest. Lasley, P.
New York : Praeger; 1988.
Financing rural health care / edited by LaVonne Straub and Norman Walzer. p. 1-23; 1988. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Rural population; Population change; Health care; History; Rural economy; Farm closures; Projections; Social welfare; Unemployment; Demography; Trends

17 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S72
A changing rural South.
Henry, M.
Mississippi State, Miss. : The Center; 1987 Dec. SRDC series - Southern Rural Development Center (104): p. 13-38. maps; 1987 Dec. Also numbered as SNREC Publication No. 25, Nov. 1987. Paper presented at a proceedings of a regional workshop on Agriculture and Rural Development Issues in the South, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 14-15, 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: South eastern states of U.S.A.; South central states of U.S.A.; Rural development; Economic development; Structural change; Development policy; Income distribution; Population change; Industry

18 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
The changing small town settlement structure in the United States, 1900-1980. Ballard, P.L.; Fuguitt, G.V. Lexington, Ky. : The University of Kentucky; 1985. Rural sociology v. 50 (1): p. 99-113; 1985. Includes 38 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Structural change; Population growth; Population distribution; Urban areas; Rural areas; Urban rural migration; Urbanization

Abstract: Extract: The new nonmetropolitan trends have revealed the shortcomings of traditional theories and explanations of population redistribution. As a preliminary step toward increased understanding, we have sought to place one aspect of the turnaround in its historical context by considering specifically nonmetropolitan urban structure and its changes. We have examined interdecade growth of U.S. nonmetropolitan incorporated places, grouped by initial size and location for each decade since 1900.

19 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Characteristics of migrants and residents. Sofranko, A.J.; Williams, J.D.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 19-31; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Counties; Characterization; Trends; Unemployment; Age differences; Family structure; Socioeconomic status; Occupations; Duration; Settlement; Education

20 NAL Call. No.: HT421.R83
Characteristics of rural America.
Photiadis, J.D.; Simoni, J.J.
New York : Plenum Press; 1983.
Rural psychology / edited by Alan W. Childs and Gary B. Melton. p. 15-32; 1983. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural environment; Rural population; Geographical distribution; Education; Demography; Social institutions

21 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S72
Closing address.
Sher, J.P.
Mississippi State, Miss. : The Center; 1986 Apr. SRDC series - Southern Rural Development Center (81): p. 145-149; 1986 Apr. Paper presented at Conference on "Emerging issues in the rural economy of the South" January 13-14, 1986, Birmingham, Alabama.

Language: English

Descriptors: South eastern states of U.S.A.; South central states of U.S.A.; Rural development; Rural urban relations; Economic development; Population change; Disparity

22 NAL Call. No.: 275.29 F22
Commodity programs and rural revitalization. Collins, K.J.; Vertrees, J.G.
Oak Brook, Ill. : Farm Foundation; 1987. Increasing understanding of public problems and policies. p. 34-51; 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural development; Population change; Federal government; Fiscal policy; Remunerations; Commodities; Cost benefit analysis; Linkage; Rural urban relations

23 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Community satisfaction and social integration in a boomtown: a longitudinal analysis.
Brown, R.B.; Geertsen, H.R.; Krannich, R.S. Bozeman, Mont. : Rural Sociological Society; 1989. Rural sociology v. 54 (4): p. 568-586; 1989. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Utah; Rural communities; Economic growth; Social integration; Social change; Population change; Longitudinal studies

Abstract: Previous research on the social consequences of rapid growth in rural communities has been hindered by the absence of longitudinal data needed to adequately assess either the extent or timing of various types of social disruptions. This paper focuses on social changes in a western community which experienced extremely rapid growth during the early 1980s as a consequence of energy development activities. Survey daya collected both prior to and during the period of rapid population change were used to examine changes in several indicators of community satisfaction and attachment. The results suggest that some changes indicative of social disruption did occur during the period of rapid growth. However, even greater changes occurred during the period after announcement of the project but before the commencement of rapid growth, suggesting that there are important anticipatory impacts of an expected boom. In addition, there was little evidence that satisfaction or attachment recovered to preboom levels during the subsequent bust phase of the growth cycle, suggesting that disruptive consequences persist for at least some time after the period of rapid growth has ended.

24 NAL Call. No.: aHD5717.5.U5B69
Commuting patterns of nonmetro household heads, 1975.. Population-migration report, commuting and migration Bowles, Gladys Kleinwort,; Beale, Calvin Lunsford, United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, University of Georgia, Institute for Behavioral Research Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, [1980] (Athens, Ga. : Printed by the University of Georgia Printing Dept.); 1980.
viii, 67 p. ; 28 cm. At head of title: Population-migration report, commuting and migration. July, 1980. Includes bibliographical references.

Language: English; English

Descriptors: Commuting

25 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Components of nonmetropolitan population change: the contribution of rural areas.
Lichter, D.T.; Fuguitt, G.V.; Heaton, T.B. Lexington, Ky. : The University of Kentucky; 1985. Rural sociology v. 50 (1): p. 88-98; 1985. Includes statistical data. Includes 15 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Rural population; Rural areas; Demography; Aggregates; Population growth; Urban areas; Rural development; Urban rural migration

Abstract: Extract: Despite a general awareness of the dimensions of the non-metropolitan population "turnaround," the role of rural population change in this demographic phenomenon remains less well understood. Using population data from the 1950-1980 decennial censuses, the present paper examines the contribution of various-sized places and rural areas to aggregate U.S. and nonmetropolitan population change during each ten year period between 1950 and 1980. We show that not only were rural areas growing at a faster rate than urban areas during the 1970's, but perhaps as important, rural population change was the driving force behind aggregate population growth in most parts of the nonmetropolitan U.S. Rural areas accounted for over 80 percent of aggregate U.S. non-metropolitan population change in the 1970-1980 decade.

26 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R47
The consequences of population growth for Pine Tree County, Michigan. Rathge, R.W.; Beegle, J.A.
Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press; 1985.
Research in rural sociology and development v. 2: p. 69-90; 1985. Literature review. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Michigan; Rural communities; Population growth; Urban rural migration; Economic impact; Social services

27 NAL Call. No.: HD101.S6
Conversion of prime agricultural land to nonagricultural uses in one area of the Sunbelt.
Ramsey, A.F.; Corty, F.L.
Lexington, Ky., Southern Agricultural Economics Assoc; Dec 1982. Southern journal of agricultural economics - Southern Agricultural Economics Association v. 14 (2): p. 23-29; Dec 1982. Includes 12 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Louisiana; Agricultural land; Farm prices; Urbanization; Rural-urban relations; Soil productivity; TRegression analysis; Population growth; Rural-urban fringe areas; Rural development

Abstract: Extract: Evaluation of the effect of farmland prices, urban family incomes, and population growth on loss of prime farmland indicated that population growth was the most significant factor explaining the loss of prime land in the Sunbelt, particularly in Louisiana. During the period 1960 to 1970 about .51 acre was absorbed by urban expansion for each person added to the population. This compares to urban land occupation coefficients of .21 acre per capita in 1970. Statewide, 92,800 acres of prime farmland were diverted to non-agricultural uses in that ten-year period.

28 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N6 NO. 47
Current typologies in use: migration.
Steahr, T.E.
University Park, Pennsylvania : Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development; 1987.
Proceedings of the rural people and places : a symposium on typologies, October 22-24, 1986, Grantville, Pennsylvania / A.E. Luloff, Editor. p. 15-19; 1987. (Publication / Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development ; no. 47). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: New england; U.S.A.; Rural population; Population distribution; Classification; Migration; Demography; Towns; Urban areas; Rural areas

29 NAL Call. No.: aHN90.C6R78
Decade of pessimistic nonmetro population trends ends on optimistic note. Beale, C.L.; Fuguitt, G.V. Washington, D.C. : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; 1990 Jun.
Rural development perspectives : RDP v. 6 (3): p. 14-18; 1990 Jun.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Trends; Population growth; Local authority areas

30 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R94
Demographic change in nonmetropolitan America in the 1960s and 1970s: population change versus net migration change. Poston, D.L. Jr
Ames, Iowa : Rural Sociological Society; 1983 Jan. The Rural sociologist v. 3 (1): p. 28-33; 1983 Jan. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural areas; Demography; Population change

31 NAL Call. No.: HE355.3.R85F56
Demographics and rural roads.
Voss, P.R.
New York : Praeger; 1986.
Financing local infrastructure in nonmetropolitan areas / edited by David L. Chicoine and Norman Walzer. p. 53-76; 1986. Includes statistical data. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural roads; Demography; Trends; Population change; Public finance; Urban rural migration; Transport; Technical progress; Settlement

32 NAL Call. No.: HQ1064.U5C54
The demography of current and future aging cohorts. Serow, W.J.; Sly, D.F.
Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press; 1988. The social and built environment in an older society / Committee on an Aging Society, Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. p. 42-102; 1988. (America's aging). Includes statistical data. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Elderly; Age composition; Sex ratio; Races; Population distribution; Urban population; Rural population

33 NAL Call. No.: 100 OK4 (5)
Determining the impact of federal outlays on income, employment, and population growth in rural counties. Nelson, M.K.; Tweeten, L.G.
Stillwater, Okla. : The Station; Dec 1982. Oklahoma current farm economics - Oklahoma, Agricultural Experiment Station v. 55 (4): p. 14-21; Dec 1982. Includes 3 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Federal; Funds; Income; Employment; Population; Rural areas; Models; Government programs

Abstract: Extract: The general objective of this study is to develop and apply a model evaluating the impact of domestic federal spending on selected development goals in the United States. Special emphasis is on the impact of outlays on counties by rural-urban status and the cost effectiveness of federal programs in increasing income, employment, and population growth per unit of federal outlays.

34 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Dissatisfaction with satisfaction.
Sofranko, A.J.; Fliegel, F.C.
Lexington, Ky. : The University of Kentucky; 1984. Rural sociology v. 49 (3): p. 353-373; 1984. Includes 35 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Evaluation; Public services; Communities; Migration; Assessment; Demography; Urban rural migration; Geographical mobility; Population growth; Sampling; Economic geography

Abstract: Extract: This paper utilizes data from recent urban-origin migrants to the 75 nonmetropolitan counties in the North Central Region experiencing most rapid growth. Results show that researchers should not assume a universal relevance of questions asking for evaluations of community attributes. The data indicate that respondents are objectively assessing particular community attributes when responding to such questions. Global satisfaction measures reflect more than is included in the standard lists of community attributes and tend to reflect satisfaction with a few attributes in particular. Finally, the analysis demonstrates that community satisfaction can help to explain respondents' potential for moving again.

35 NAL Call. No.: HT123.N6
Diversity in post-1970 population trends. Brown, D.L.; Beale, C.L.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press; 1987. Nonmetropolitan America in transition / edited by Amos H. Hawley and Sara Mills Mazie. p. 27-71. maps; 1987. (Institute for Research in Social Science monograph series). Includes statistical data. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Population dynamics; Diversity; Employment; Geographical distribution; Age structure; Minorities

36 NAL Call. No.: HD1401.J68
Economic structure and rural development in Georgia. McNamara, K.T.; Green, G.P.
Athens, Ga. : Agric. Econ. Assoc. of Ga. & the Div. of Agric. Econ., Univ. of Ga; 1988 Feb.
Journal of agribusiness v. 6 (1): p. 33-38; 1988 Feb. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Georgia; Rural communities; Rural development; Economic development; Structural change; Population change; Poverty; Manufacture; Employment

37 NAL Call. No.: aHD5710.85.U52K44
Employment and population growth in nine nonmetro Kentucky counties. Daberkow, Stan
United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Economic Development Division
Washington, D.C. : Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Economic Development Division,; 1982. iv, 16 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (ERS staff report ; AGES811210). Cover title. January 1982. "Stan Daberkow, Linda M. Ghelfi, Maurice R. Landes and Donald K. Larson designed the study"--P. iii.

Language: English

Descriptors: Kentucky; Population, Rural; Urban-rural migration; Kentucky; Enterprise zones, Rural; Labor supply; Kentucky

38 NAL Call. No.: 916762(AGE)
Employment and population growth in nine nonmetro Kentucky counties. United States Dept. of Agriculture Economic Research Service Economic Development Division.
Washington, D.C., The Service; Jan 1982. ERS staff report - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service (AGES811210): 16 p.; Jan 1982. Available from NTIS - order no. PB82-164-070. 2 ref.

Language: English

Descriptors: Kentucky; USA; Rural population; Employment; Growth; Rural; Labor supply; Migrant labor

Abstract: Extract: This report presents preliminary findings from a recent ERS survey in south-central Kentucky. It begins to fill a research need for information on the characteristics of persons and households affected by the new pattern of rural growth. Results indicate that (1) inmigrants did not necessarily have an adventage over long-term residents in obtaining jobs in a rapidly growing nonmetro community in south-central Kentucky, (2) most new workers in the area were youth and/or women, and (3) new firms were an important source of new jobs, particularly in the private service sector.

39 NAL Call. No.: HT123.N6
Energy and location.
Hoch, I.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press; 1987. Nonmetropolitan America in transition / edited by Amos H. Hawley and Sara Mills Mazie. p. 285-356; 1987. (Institute for Research in Social Science monograph series). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Population dynamics; Energy policy; Energy consumption; Transport; Location theory; Urban rural migration

40 NAL Call. No.: HA631.5.N48
Exodus again?.
Brookings, S.D. : The Station; 1987 Apr. Newsletter - Department of Rural Sociology, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University v. 1 (9): 4 p. maps; 1987 Apr. Includes statistical data. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: South Dakota; Urban rural migration; Population change; Population dynamics; Agricultural population

41 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R94 Extension as a facilitator of research in rural communities. Gunn, B.A.; Tripple, P.A.
University Park, Pa. : Rural Sociological Society; 1988 Apr. The Rural sociologist v. 8 (2): p. 158-163; 1988 Apr. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Nevada; Retired people; Population change; Rural communities; Rural planning; Public services; Extension activities; Community programs; Planning of research; Case studies

42 NAL Call. No.: HC110.P83L63
Factors influencing the demand for rural infrastructure. Hobbs, D.
Boulder : Westview Press; 1988.
Local infrastructure investment in rural America / edited by Thomas G. Johnson, Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra. p. 51-60; 1988.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural development; Infrastructure; Demand; Public services; Structural change; Rural urban relations; Population change; Literature reviews

43 NAL Call. No.: HN59.2.A37
Farm structure and rural communities in the northeast. Buttel, F.H.; Lancelle, M.; Lee, D.R.
Boulder : Westview Press; 1988.
Agriculture and community change in the U.S. : the congressional research reports / edited by Louis E. Swanson. p. 181-237; 1988. (Rural studies series of the Rural Sociological Society). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North eastern states of U.S.A.; Farm structure; Rural communities; Structural change; Technical progress; History; Population growth; Counties; Censuses; Rural economy

44 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R94
Fifty years of rural population research: "What do we know?". Garkovitch, L.; Taeuber, C.; Beale, C.; Beegle, A.; Wardwell, J. Ames, Iowa : Rural Sociological Society; 1988 Aug. The Rural sociologist v. 8 (4): p. 307-321; 1988 Aug.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Research; Roles; History; Demography; Migration

45 NAL Call. No.: HC110.P83L63
Financing infrastructure in rapid growth communities: the North Dakota experience.
Leistritz, F.L.; Murdock, S.H.
Boulder : Westview Press; 1988.
Local infrastructure investment in rural America / edited by Thomas G. Johnson, Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra. p. 141-154; 1988. Includes statistical data.

Language: English

Descriptors: North Dakota; Community development; Infrastructure; Population growth; Economic growth; Fiscal policy; Case studies; Rural communities

46 NAL Call. No.: HE355.3.R85F56
From bull path to boulevard.
Cook, C.D.
New York : Praeger; 1986.
Financing local infrastructure in nonmetropolitan areas / edited by David L. Chicoine and Norman Walzer. p. 77-92; 1986. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural roads; Demography; Traffic; Population growth; Public finance; Bridges; Construction; Quality standards

47 NAL Call. No.: S51.E22
Governmental performance in rural Georgia: some evidence of financial stress. Broder, J.M.; Voyles, S.M.; Bachtel, D.C. Athens, Ga. : The Stations; 1987 Dec.
Research report - University of Georgia, College of Agriculture, Experiment Stations (521): 11 p. maps; 1987 Dec. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Georgia; Counties; Rural areas; Economic situation; Population change; Public services; Socioeconomic status

48 NAL Call. No.: RA771.A1J68
The health status, health services utilization, and support networks of the rural elderly: a decade review. Dwyer, J.W.; Lee, G.R.; Coward, R.T.
Kansas City, Mo. : National Rural Health Association; 1990 Oct. The Journal of rural health v. 6 (4): p. 379-398; 1990 Oct. In series analytic: A Decade of Rural Health Research: Looking Back, Thinking Ahead / edited by R.T. Coward, J.W. Dwyer and M.K. Miller. Literature review. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Elderly; Rural population; Health; Health care; Health services; Support systems; Families; Literature reviews; Research; Demography; Living conditions; Family life; Population distribution; Long term care

49 NAL Call. No.: HB2385.J64
The impact of population change on business activity in rural America. Johnson, Kenneth M.
Boulder : Westview Press,; 1985.
xxii, 180 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Rural studies series of the Rural Sociological Society). Includes index. Bibliography: p. 165-174.

Language: English

Descriptors: United States; Population, Rural; Store location; United States; Retail trade; United States; Location

50 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R8
The impact of rural in-migration on local government. Green, P.M.
Lexington, Mass. : Lexington Books; 1982. Rural policy problems : changing dimensions / by William P. Browne, Don F. Hadwiger. p. 83-97; 1982. (Organization series policy studies). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Illinois; Rural areas; Urban rural migration; Population growth; Public services

51 NAL Call. No.: HD1773.A3N6
Impacts of declining enrollments on educational expenditures in rural areas. Debertin, D.L.; Pagoulatos, A. Urbana, Ill., Illinois University. Dept. of Agricultural Economics; Jan 1980. North Central journal of agricultural economics v. 2 (1): p. 25-30; Jan 1980. 9 ref.

Descriptors: Indiana; Schools; Funds; Students; Rural areas; Population change; Expenditures; State government; Regression analysis

Abstract: Extract: Results suggest that declining enrollments have led to increased per pupil expenditures in rural school districts. Increased costs are primarily due to decreases in pupil/teacher ratios. The state aid distribution formula in Indiana does a better job of compensating urban schools for these cost increases than it does for rural schools.

52 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N4
Implications of farm change for a farm state. Bultena, G.; Goudy, W.; Hoiberg, E.; Klonglan, G.; Korsching, P.; Lasley, P.; Lorenz, F.; Padgitt, S.; Ryan, V.; Sapp. S. Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O. : for sale by the Supt of Docs, Congressional Sales Off; 1986.
New dimensions in rural policy : building upon our heritage : studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States. p. 288-297; 1986. (S. prt. ; 99-153).

Language: English

Descriptors: Iowa; Rural environment; Population change; Structural change; Demography; Sociological analysis; Social change

53 NAL Call. No.: HB881.P6
The implications of population change for public policy in the Midwest. Widner, R.R.; Buxbaum, R.W.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1981. Population redistribution in the midwest / [edited by] Curtis C. Roseman, Andrew J. Sofranko, James D. Williams. p. 65-95. maps; 1981. Paper presented at a conference on "Understanding Population Change: Issues and Consequences of Population Redistribution in the Midwest," March 12-14, 1979, Champaign, Illinois. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Population change; Settlement patterns; Rural urban relations; Policy; Population forecasts; Economic development; Employment; Manufacture; Households; Public services

54 NAL Call. No.: HN49.C6J6
Implications of population change in rural America. Brown, D.L.
Athens, Ga. : The University of Georgia; 1984. Journal of the Community Development Society v. 15 (2): p. 105-118; 1984. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Population change; Demography

55 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Implications of the new migration for economic growth and development. Fliegel, F.C.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 109-120; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Rural development; Rural economy; Economic growth; Settlement; Population growth; Rural environment; Local population; Attitudes; Income tax; Public services; Demand

56 NAL Call. No.: 30.98 AG8
In God we trusted, in Kansas we busted again. Riney-Kehrberg, P.
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press; 1989. Agricultural history v. 63 (2): p. 187-201. maps; 1989. Special symposium issue on Climate, Agriculture, and History / edited by D.C. Smith. Literature review. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Kansas; Drought injury; Dust storms; History; Migration; Rural population; Wind erosion; Economic analysis; Farm income; Federal aid

57 NAL Call. No.: HB881.P6
Industry's role in nonmetropolitan economic development and population change. Lonsdale, R.E.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1981. Population redistribution in the midwest / [edited by] Curtis C. Roseman, Andrew J. Sofranko, James D. Williams. p. 129-148; 1981. Paper presented at a conference on "Understanding Population Change: Issues and Consequences of Population Redistribution in the Midwest," March 12-14, 1979, Champaign, Illinois. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Rural development; Community development; Economic development; Population change; Roles; Manufacture; Employment opportunities; Wage rates; Infrastructure; Attitudes to work

58 NAL Call. No.: aSD11.A325
The intrusion of human population into forest and range lands of California. Bradshaw, T.D.
Berkeley, Calif. : The Station; 1987 Nov. USDA Forest Service general technical report PSW - United States, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (101): p. 15-21; 1987 Nov. Paper presented at the "Symposium on Wildland Fire 2000," April 27-30, 1987, South Lake Tahoe, California. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: California; Forest management; Population pressure; Man; Rangelands; Rural environment; Rural population; Land use; Urban rural migration

59 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Job seekers and amenity migrants from metropolitan areas: differences and impact potential.
Sofranko, A.J.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 139-151; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Employment opportunities; Unemployment; Rural environment; Urban environment; Quality of life; Motivation; Causality; Origin; Destinations; Economic growth; Income; Employment; Occupations; Changes; Community involvement; Geographical mobility; Settlement

60 NAL Call. No.: HT401.J68
A longitudinal analysis of neighboring in rapidly changing rural places. Berry, E.H.; Krannich, R.S.; Greider, T. Elmsford, N.Y. : Pergamon Press; 1990.
Journal of rural studies v. 6 (2): p. 175-186; 1990. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Western states of U.S.A.; Rural communities; Neighborhoods; Rural environment; Longitudinal studies; Population change; Social interaction; Ecology; Demography

61 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N4
Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan population growth in the United States since 1980.
Beale, C.L.; Fuguitt, G.V.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O. : for sale by the Supt of Docs, Congressional Sales Off; 1986.
New dimensions in rural policy : building upon our heritage : studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States. p. 46-62. maps; 1986. (S. prt. ; 99-153). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Population growth; Urban population; Trends; Counties

62 NAL Call. No.: HT123.N6
The Mexican-American population.
Tienda, M.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press; 1987. Nonmetropolitan America in transition / edited by Amos H. Hawley and Sara Mills Mazie. p. 502-548; 1987. (Institute for Research in Social Science monograph series). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: South central states of U.S.A.; Rural population; Mexican-Americans; Population dynamics; Diversity; Immigration; Population distribution; Socioeconomic status

63 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Migrant adjustment and integration in the new residence. Glasgow, N.; Sofranko, A.J.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 87-104; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Adjustment; Social integration; Employment; Unemployment; Geographical distribution; Community involvement; Membership; Settlement

64 NAL Call. No.: S1.U7 no.89
Migrant-nonmigrant differentials a study of nonmetropolitan communities in Utah within the context of population turnaround.
Kan, Stephen H.; Kim, Yun,_1934-; Stinner, William F. Logan, Utah : Utah Agricultural Experiment Station and Dept. of Sociology, Utah State University,; 1984. xi, 138 p. : ill., 1 map ; 28 cm. (Research report / Utah Agricultural Experiment Station ; 89). Bibliography : p. 129-138.

Language: English; English

Descriptors: Migration, Internal; Utah; Rural-urban migration; Utah; Population geography; Utah

65 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Migration consequences for household energy consumption in a nonmetropolitan recreation-retirement area. Fuguitt, G.V.; Heberlein, T.A.; Rathbun, P.R. Bozeman, Mont. : Rural Sociological Society; 1991. Rural sociology v. 56 (1): p. 56-69; 1991. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Wisconsin; Migrants; Energy consumption; Household consumption; Rural communities; Population change; Behavior patterns; Rural sociology; Electrical energy

Abstract: We consider here the energy consumption characteristics of migrants and nonmigrants in two northern Wisconsin counties characterized by relatively rapid growth as areas of retirement and recreational activities. Migrants from metropolitan areas use more electricity when measured at the meter and report driving more. Both of these differentials are sustained even after controlling for personal and behavioral variables, appliance ownership, and type of energy use. Metropolitan migrants do not spend more for space heating, although there is again a positive effect on space heating energy consumption net of the other variables. We conclude that metropolitan migrants make an energy impact on the area, due in part, to their characteristics, housing, and type of energy consumption, but also because of differences in the way they use energy. In these ways they add an element of heterogeneity to the rural community, as well as increased demand for energy consumption.

66 NAL Call. No.: HD1775.M8A34
Missouri's population-1988 some thoughts and comments. Campbell, R.R.
Columbia, Mo. : Cooperative Extension Service, University of Missouri; 1988 May.
Economic & policy information for Missouri agriculture - Department of Agricultural Economics, University of MissouriColumbia v. 31 (5): p. 1-4; 1988 May.

Language: English

Descriptors: Missouri; Population change; Trends; Demography; Rural communities

67 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Mobile-home growth, regulation, and discrimination in upstate New York. Geisler, C.C.; Mitsuda, H.
Bozeman : Rural Sociological Society, Montana State University; 1987. Rural sociology v. 52 (4): p. 532-545; 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: New York; Rural housing; Mobile homes; Discrimination; Population growth; Regulations; Socioeconomic status

68 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Mobility expectations of recent migrants. Sofranko, A.J.; Williams, J.D.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 121-134; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Geographical mobility; Social integration; Age differences; Education; Income distribution; Duration; Settlement

69 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Motivations and migration decisions.
Sofranko, A.J.; Williams, J.D.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 45-68; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Motivation; Settlement; Population dynamics; Quality of life; Life style; Urban environment; Rural environment; Income; Employment; Socialization; Influences; Retirement

70 NAL Call. No.: HB2385.N48
New directions in urban-rural migration : the population turnaround in rural America.
Brown, David L.; Wardwell, John M.
New York Academic Press; 1980.
xix, 412 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.. (Studies in population series). Includes bibliographies and index.

Descriptors: United States; Population, Rural; Addresses, essays, lectures; Migration, Internal; United States; Addresses, essays, lectures

71 NAL Call. No.: 100 N465R
New Mexico population migration trends and patterns. I. State and county profiles by age, sex, and ethnic characteristics. Williams, J.D.
Las Cruces, N.M. : The Station; 1987 Jan. Research report - New Mexico University, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station (600): 80 p. maps; 1987 Jan. Includes statistical data.

Language: English

Descriptors: New Mexico; Migrants; Counties; Demography; Migration; Age groups; Rural areas; Urban areas

72 NAL Call. No.: 500 AM35G
New settlement pattern of rural blacks in the American South. Aiken, C.S.
New York : American Geographical Society; 1985 Oct. The Geographical review v. 75 (4): p. 383-404. ill., maps; 1985 Oct.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Blacks; Rural areas; Rural urban migration; Population distribution; Developmental history

73 NAL Call. No.: 500 AS73
A new type of black ghetto in the plantation south. Aiken, C.S.
Washington, D.C. : The Association; 1990 Jun. Annals of the Association of American Geographers v. 80 (2): p. 223-246; 1990 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Mississippi; Blacks; Civil rights; Housing; Population distribution; Poverty; Redistribution; Rural population

74 NAL Call. No.: HT123.N6
Nonmetropolitan America in transition.
Hawley, Amos Henry; Mazie, Sara Mills,
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press : Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,; 1981. xvii, 833 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. (Institute for Research in Social Science monograph series). Includes bibliographies and index.

Language: English

Descriptors: United States; Social conditions; 1960-1980; United States; Population; Cities and towns; United States; Urban policy; United States; Migration, Internal; United States

75 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Nonmetropolitan migration: the influence of neglected variables. Cook, A.K.
Bozeman : Rural Sociological Society, Montana State University; 1987. Rural sociology v. 52 (3): p. 409-418; 1987. Literature review. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Washington; Oregon; Rural development; Urban rural migration; Off-farm employment; Employed women; Population change; Multiple regression; Economic depression

76 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
The older metropolitan migrant as a factor in rural population growth. Glasgow, N.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 153-170; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Elderly; Rural population; Population growth; Motivation; Social integration; Quality of life; Urban environment; Rural environment; Attitudes; Economic growth; Income tax; Rural development; Socioeconomic status; Settlement

77 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Origin and destinations of migrants.
Sofranko, A.J.; Fliegel, F.C.; Williams, J.D. Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 33-44; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Settlement; Destinations; Origin; Rural environment; Urban environment; Population dynamics; Villages; Towns; Cities; Agricultural population; Commuting

78 NAL Call. No.: aHT392.A55
Overcoming impacts of growth on local government finance. Stinson, T.F.
Washington, The Division; Sept 1981.
Rural development perspectives, RDP - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Economic Development Division (4): p. 12-19; Sept 1981.

Descriptors: USA; Population growth; Rural industrial growth; Impact; Local governments; Revenue; Taxes; Expenditures

Abstract: Extract: This article is an overview of existing methods of raising revenues and providing services to help community leaders minimize the fiscal impacts of growth.

79 NAL Call. No.: 916970(AGE)
Patterns of migration to the U.S. and rural development in Mexico: a case study.
Mines, R.; de Janvry, A.
Berkeley : The Station; July 1983.
Working paper - Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics, California Agricultural Experiment Station (271): 33 p.; July 1983. Includes 19 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Mexico; Migration; Migrant labor; Employment; Socioeconomic analysis; Social trends; Social impact

Abstract: Extract: In order to observe the microeconomic impacts of this migratory process on both the emitting Mexican rural communities and the receiving U.S. labor markets, one migratory community, Las Animas, in the state of Zacatecas, was chosen for close scrutiny.

80 NAL Call. No.: 100 AR42F
Patterns of population change in Arkansas. Farmer, F.; Green, B.
Fayetteville, Ark. : The Station; 1988 May. Arkansas farm research - Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station v. 37 (3): p. 17; 1988 May.

Language: English

Descriptors: Arkansas; Population distribution; Rural population; Urban population; Rural urban migration; Settlement patterns; Trends

81 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N4
The people of rural America.
Taeuber, C.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O. : for sale by the Supt of Docs, Congressional Sales Off; 1986.
New dimensions in rural policy : building upon our heritage : studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States. p. 114-120; 1986. (S. prt. ; 99-153).

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural population; Trends; Diversity; Population change; Non-farm income

82 NAL Call. No.: 100 C71S(1) no.575S
Perceived impacts of population growth in agricultural Colorado communities. Santopolo, Frank A. Fort Collins Colorado State University Experiment Station; 1980. iii, 72, 4 p. ; 28 cm.. (Colorado. Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin ; 575S). Bibliography : p. 40-41.

Descriptors: Colorado; Rural conditions; Yuma (Colo.); Population; Burlington (Colo.); Population; Cities and towns; Colorado; Growth

83 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R8
The policy implications of the crisis relocation plan for local government. Duncombe, S.
Lexington, Mass. : Lexington Books; 1982. Rural policy problems : changing dimensions / by William P. Browne, Don F. Hadwiger. p. 203-209; 1982. (Organization series policy studies). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural areas; Emergencies; Population change; Local government; Civil defense

84 NAL Call. No.: HB2385.G37
Population and community in rural America. Garkovich, Lorraine
Rural Sociological Society
New York : Greenwood Press,; 1989.
xi, 235 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. (Contributions in sociology, no. 84). Includes index. Bibliography: p. [199]-217.

Language: English

Descriptors: United States; Population, Rural; History; United States; Rural conditions; Rural-urban migration; United States; History

85 NAL Call. No.: 100 UT1F
Population growth and net migration in Utah. Stinner, W.F.; Al-Masarweh, I.
Logan, Utah : The Station; 1987.
Utah Science - Utah Agricultural Experiment Station v. 48 (4): p. 164-168. ill; 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Utah; Rural population; Urban rural migration; Rural urban migration; Population growth; Rural depopulation; Trends

86 NAL Call. No.: HN49.C6J6
Population growth in rural communities: residents' perceptions of its consequences.
Albrecht, D.E.; Geertsen, H.R.
Athens, Ga. : The University of Georgia; 1982. Journal of the Community Development Society v. 13 (2): p. 75-90; 1982. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Utah; Rural communities; Population growth; Public services

87 NAL Call. No.: aZ5071.N3
Population migration in rural America--January 1979-September 1990. John, P.C.
Beltsville, Md. : The Library; 1991 Jan. Quick bibliography series - U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library (U.S.). (91-40): 18 p.; 1991 Jan. Updates QB 89-40. Bibliography.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural urban migration; Population dynamics; Population distribution; Bibliographies

88 NAL Call. No.: HT390.G74
Population redistribution within metropolitan regions in the 1980s: core, satellite, and exurban growth. Morrill, R.
Lexington, Ky. : College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky; 1992.
Growth and change v. 23 (3): p. 277-302; 1992. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Population distribution; Rural urban relations; Population change; Urban areas; Externalities; Structural change; Rural areas

89 NAL Call. No.: HA631.5.N48
The population shuffle in the 1980s.
Arwood, D.
Brookings, S.D. : The Station; 1991 Aug. SDSU Census Data Center - Department of Rural Sociology, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University v. 6 (2): 5 p.; 1991 Aug.

Language: English

Descriptors: South Dakota; Rural depopulation; Rural urban migration; Population change

90 NAL Call. No.: 100 UT1F
Population synopsis: 1970-1980 (Change, migration, rural and urban counties, Utah).
Stinner, W.F.; UTSCB; Kan, S.H.
Logan : The Station; Fall 1982.
Utah Science - Utah Agricultural Experiment Station v. 43 (3): p. 82-85; Fall 1982. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Utah

91 NAL Call. No.: HD1775.P4F8
Population trends affecting agriculture and rural communities. Stokes, C.S.; Ishler, A.S.
Pennsylvania : Penn State College of Agric and the Penn State Agric Advisory Council, [1987?]; 1987.
Future of Pennsylvania agriculture and the rural community : a regional perspective : regional conference / sponsored by the Penn State College of Agriculture and the Penn State Agricultural Advisory Council. p. 9-25; 1987. Includes statistical data. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Pennsylvania; Rural communities; Population structure; Population dynamics; Population forecasts; Migration; Population distribution

92 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R8
The population turnaround in rural small-town America. Beale, C.L.
Lexington, Mass. : Lexington Books; 1982. Rural policy problems : changing dimensions / by William P. Browne, Don F. Hadwiger. p. 47-59; 1982. (Organization series policy studies).

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural communities; Counties; Population growth; Demography; Migration

93 NAL Call. No.: 281.9 N814A
Profile of North Dakota's petroleum work force, 1981-82. Chase, R.A.; Leistritz, F.L.
Fargo, N.D. : Dept. of Agricultural Economics, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station; Sept 1983. Agricultural economics report (174): 67 p.; Sept 1983. Includes 35 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North Dakota; Petroleum; Development; Employment; Population growth; Occupations; Housing; Socioeconomic factors; Statistical data; Rural areas

Abstract: Extract: Petroleum development in North Dakota's Williston Basin was intense during 1980 and 1981. This rapid rise in petroleum development in North Dakota has created interest regarding employment opportunities and population growth in rural communities in the western part of North Dakota. The objectives of the study were to determine the occupations, locational origins, housing requirements, commuting patterns, and family characteristics of workers; and to provide the basic parameters in determining the public sector impacts of the in-migrating workers and their dependents. Data were obtained from a questionnaire sent to workers.

94 NAL Call. No.: aHT392.A55
Public service delivery in rural places. Coelen, S.P.
Washington, The Division; Sept 1981.
Rural development perspectives - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Economic Development Division (4): p. 20-23; Sept 1981.

Descriptors: USA; Rural areas; Community services; Rural population; Population change

Abstract: Extract: Rural areas are characterized by: (1) dispersed population and low population density, (2) low-money income, although real income is increased by higher paymentsin -kind, and (3) population shifts that have major effects on small communities. This article explores each characteristic and its influence on services in rural areas.

95 NAL Call. No.: 100 T25F
The rapid decline of the U.S. farm population. Leuthold, F.O.
Knoxville, Tenn. : The Station; 1980 Oct. Tennessee farm and home science - Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station (116): p. 41-44. maps; 1980 Oct.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Farms; Rural population; Population censuses; Population change

96 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Rapid growth and fear of crime: a four-community comparison. Krannich, R.S.; Greider, T.; Little, R.L. Lexington, Ky. : The University of Kentucky; 1985. Rural sociology v. 50 (2): p. 193-209; 1985. Includes 34 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Great basin and pacific slope; Western states of U.S.A.; Crime; Crime protection; Population growth; Rural communities

97 NAL Call. No.: HN59.2.A45
Rapid growth effects on rural community relations. Krannich, R.S.; Greider, T.R.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press; 1990.
American rural communities / edited by Albert E. Luloff and Louis E. Swanson. p. 61-73; 1990. (Westview special studies in contemporary social issues).

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural communities; Social interaction; Population growth; Attitudes; Rural urban relations; Social disintegration; Literature reviews

98 NAL Call. No.: 281.28 R88
Recent population redistribution trends in nonmetropoltian America. Johnson, K.M.
Bozeman, Mont. : Rural Sociological Society; 1989. Rural sociology v. 54 (3): p. 301-326; 1989. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Population distribution; Trends; History; Urban rural migration; Employment; Income distribution

Abstract: This paper examines recent nonmetropolitan population redistribution trends and places them in historical context. Between 1980 and 1987, nonmetropolitan areas grew by 4 percent despite a slight migration loss. Metropolitan growth rates again exceeded those in nonmetropolitan areas during the period in sharp contrast to the trend of the 1970s. The nonmetropolitan population and migration gains between 1980 and 1987 are neither as large nor widespread as those during the 1970s but they are quite substantial by any historical standard. There is little evidence in the data for the 1980s suggesting a return to an era of substantial outmigration.

99 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S68
The receptivity of housing programs in the rural South. Shelton, G.; Gruber, K.
Belhaven, N.C. : The Association; 1991. Southern rural sociology : journal of the Southern Rural Sociological Association, Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists v. 8: p. 33-50; 1991. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Alabama; Arkansas; Georgia; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Tennessee; Virginia; Rural housing; Rural communities; Population change; Program evaluation; Local government; Regional surveys

Abstract: Adequate and affordable housing continues to be a serious problem in many rural areas of the Southern United States. This problem has been exacerbated by several major events in the past two decades, including the "population turnaround" in the 1970s, which increased the demand for housing as the number of people living in rural areas increased. The housing affordability crisis then resulted from a spiraling rise in housing costs greater than household annual income and a reduction in federal spending for housing programs. The combined effect of these events suggests local communities must now look more to state level initiatives and to themselves to provide necessary funding and action to address housing needs. Seven hundred and eighty-six "housing actors" (governing officials, housing intermediaries, and housing leaders) from four communities in each of seven Southern states completed a mail survey (modified TDM) on their receptiveness towards existing housing programs and future housing initiatives. The results show that more traditional programs received greater support than those requiring new types of local finding or action. The results also suggest that more and better information transfer about housing programs could aid these housing actors in their evaluation of housing initiatives.

100 NAL Call. No.: HT390.G74
Regional metropolitan and nonmetropolitan trends in annual growth rates of total personal income and population: 1959-1987.
Nissan, E.
Lexington, Ky. : College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky; 1992.
Growth and change v. 23 (1): p. 1-15; 1992. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Income; Population growth; Rural areas; Urban areas; Comparisons; Trends; Statistical analysis

101 NAL Call. No.: HT123.N6
Residential preferences in the United States. Zuiches, J.J.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press; 1987. Nonmetropolitan America in transition / edited by Amos H. Hawley and Sara Mills Mazie. p. 72-115; 1987. (Institute for Research in Social Science monograph series). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural settlement; Urban rural migration; Population distribution; Residential areas; Location theory

102 NAL Call. No.: HC107.A13A6
Retirees just love Hendersonville, and the feeling is mutual. Hoffman, C.
Washington, D.C. : Appalachian Regional Commission; 1990. Appalachia v. 23 (3): p. 18-25. ill; 1990.

Language: English

Descriptors: North Carolina; Retired people; Rural communities; Rural population; Urban rural migration; Retirement homes; Volunteers; Rural sociology

103 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6R4 1980
Return migrants from metropolitan areas. Williams, J.D.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1980 Jun. Rebirth of rural America : rural migration in the Midwest / editors, Andrew J. Sofranko and James D. Williams. p. 171-182; 1980 Jun. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Origin; Destinations; Elderly; Motivation; Urban environment; Rural environment; Social integration; Socioeconomic status; Employment; Household income; Settlement

104 NAL Call. No.: aHD1401.A2U52
Rural America makes a comeback.
Washington, D.C., The Service; May 1981. Farmline - United States Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service v. 2 (4): p. 10-11; May 1981.

Descriptors: USA; Rural areas; Rural development; Growth rate; Population growth

105 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S72
Rural America: the present realities and future prospects. Kuvlesky, W.P.; Copp, J.H.
Mississippi State, Miss. : The Center; 1985 Feb. SRDC series - Southern Rural Development Center (76): p. 1-15; 1985 Feb. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural environment; Rural population; Population growth; Population distribution; Ecology; Minorities; Values

106 NAL Call. No.: HN59.2.R87
The rural American people: a look backward and forward (Policy needs, population distribution, USA).
Johnson, N.E.; Beegle, J.A.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1982; 1982. Rural society in the U.S. : issues for the 1980s / edited by Don A. Dillman and Daryl J. Hobbs. p. 58-68; 1982. 26 ref.

Language: English

Descriptors: USA

107 NAL Call. No.: HB2385.F8
Rural and small town America.
Fuguitt, Glenn Victor,; Brown, David L._1945-; Beale, Calvin Lunsford, New York : Russell Sage Foundation,; 1989. xxvii, 471 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. (The Population of the United States in the 1980s). Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (p. 439-449).

Language: English

Descriptors: United States; Population, Rural; Rural-urban migration; United States

108 NAL Call. No.: aHD9004.E77 no.5
Rural and small town population change, 1970-80. Beale, Calvin Lunsford,
United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service Washington, D.C. : Economic and Statistics Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,; 1981; A 105.56-5. 3 p. : 1 map ; 28 cm. Caption title. ESS-5--February 1981.

Language: English; English

Descriptors: United States; Population; Cities and towns; United States

109 NAL Call. No.: aHD1751.U56
Rural and small town population change, 1970-80. Beale, C.L.
Washington, D.C., The Service; Feb 1981. ESS - United States Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service (5): 4 p. map chart; Feb 1981.

Descriptors: USA; Population change; Rural areas; Population distribution

110 NAL Call. No.: HD1755.H86
Rural development in perspective.
Beale, C.L.
Tuskegee, Ala. : Tuskegee University, Human Resources Development Center; 1986.
Human resources development in rural America : myth or reality / editor, Thomas T. Williams. p. 2-8; 1986.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural development; Population growth; Urban rural migration; Trends; Poverty; Structural change; Employment

111 NAL Call. No.: HN79.A143C6 1983
Rural development research priorities for the 1980s. Deavers, K.L.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1983. Proceedings of the Community Economic Development Strategies Conference, March 1-3, Omaha, Neb. p. 157-170; 1983.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural development; Community development; Planning of research; Economic growth; Population growth; Diversity; Income distribution; Rural environment; Classification; Models

112 NAL Call. No.: HQ1064.U5E42
The rural elderly in demographic perspective. Clifford, W.B.; Heaton, T.B.; Voss, P.R.; Fuguitt, G.V. New York : Springer Pub. Co; 1985.
The Elderly in rural society : every fourth elder / Raymond T. Coward, Gary R. Lee, editors. p. 25-55; 1985. (Springer series on adulthood and aging ; v. 13). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Elderly; Rural population; Age structure; Rural areas; Urban areas; Ethnicity; Sex differences; Family structure; History; Geographical distribution; Migration

113 NAL Call. No.: aHN90.C6R78
Rural growth slows down.
Henry, M.; Drabenstott, M.; Gibson, L.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; 1987 Jun.
Rural development perspectives : RDP v. 3 (3): p. 25-30. ill; 1987 Jun.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural economy; Economic growth; Deregulation; Banks; Transport; International trade; Market competition; World markets; Finance; Income distribution; Population change; Trends; Structural change; Uncertainties

114 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N6 no.44
Rural population growth in New England. Luloff, A. E.
University Park, Pa. : Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development, [1987?]; 1987.
v, 92 p. ; 28 cm. (Publication / Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development ; no. 44). "Support ... received from the Cooperative State Research Service, USDA, and Northeast Regional Project NE-141 ... contribution to State Station Project S-297 ... of the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station"--P. i. Bibliography: p. 91-92.

Language: English

115 NAL Call. No.: HD1775.V8H6
Rural Virginia and the 1992 General Assembly. Munford, J.H.
Blacksburg, Va. : Rural Economic Analysis Program; 1992 Jan. Horizons v. 4 (1): 4 p.; 1992 Jan.

Language: English

Descriptors: Virginia; Rural areas; Population change; State government

116 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R47
Shifts in rural income: the implications of unearned income for rural community development.
Hirschl, T.A.; Summers, G.F.
Greenwich, Conn. : JAI Press; 1985.
Research in rural sociology and development v. 2: p. 127-141; 1985. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural communities; Community development; Income; Employment opportunities; Population growth; Economic growth

117 NAL Call. No.: HN59.2.A45
Small town demographics: current patterns of community change. Luloff, A.E.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press; 1990.
American rural communities / edited by Albert E. Luloff and Louis E. Swanson. p. 7-18; 1990. (Westview special studies in contemporary social issues).

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural communities; Demography; Population change; Structural change; Natural resources; Life style; Trends

118 NAL Call. No.: HT401.J68
Small town triage: a rural settlement policy for the American Midwest. Daniels, T.L.; Lapping, M.B.
Elmsford, N.Y. : Pergamon Journals; 1987. Journal of rural studies v. 3 (3): p. 273-280. maps; 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Rural communities; Settlement; Rural depopulation; Population growth

119 NAL Call. No.: HD1411.O3
The social impact of reservoir construction on a rural community: a synthesis of a ten year research project. Napier, T.L.; Goe, W.R.; Carter M.V.
Columbus : The Department; 1984.
ESO - Ohio State University, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology [1984] (1092): 30 p.; 1984. Includes 37 references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Ohio; Reservoirs; Constructions; Rural communities; Water resources; Population growth; Leisure; Recreations; Analysis of variance

120 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N4
Social policy, social services, and the rural way of life. Reid, N.
Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O. : for sale by the Supt of Docs, Congressional Sales Off; 1986.
New dimensions in rural policy : building upon our heritage : studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States. p. 353-360; 1986. (S. prt. ; 99-153). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural environment; Social policy; Social services; Availability; Labor market; Population change

121 NAL Call. No.: HN79.A143C6 1983
Sociodemographic trends and their implications for economic development. Brown, D.L.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1983. Proceedings of the Community Economic Development Strategies Conference, March 1-3, Omaha, Neb. p. 25-50. maps; 1983. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Rural development; Rural environment; Structural change; Demography; Social change; Decentralization; Urban rural migration; Rural industry; Diversification; Income distribution; Population structure; Structural change; Economic development

122 NAL Call. No.: HN90.C6N6
Socioeconomic trends in the northeast region: the context for local economic development.
Lancelle, M.
Ithaca, N.Y. : The Center, Cornell University; 1985. Publication - Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development (40): p. 7-27; 1985. Paper presented at a proceedings on "Community Economic Development," May 28-30, 1985, Amherst, Massachusetts. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North eastern states of U.S.A.; Rural development; Economic development; Trends; Population change

123 NAL Call. No.: 282.9 G7992
The special rural development challenges of the great plains. Bird, A.R.
Lincoln, Neb. : The Council; 1987.
Proceedings - Great Plains Agricultural Council. p. 1-24. maps; 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Western states of U.S.A.; South central states of U.S.A.; Rural development; Income distribution; Land ownership; Population change; Farm income

124 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S72
The state of the rural economy of the south. Hines, F.; Petrulis, M.; Nolan, R.
Mississippi State, Miss. : The Center; 1986 Oct. SRDC series - Southern Rural Development Center (88): p. 1-17; 1986 Oct. Paper presented at a policy forum on; "Diversification Strategies for a New Southern Agriculture," July 11-13, 1986, Fort Worth, Texas. AGL. Includes statistical data.

Language: English

Descriptors: South central states of U.S.A.; South eastern states of U.S.A.; Rural economy; History; Employment; Rural urban migration; Population change; Manufacture; Unemployment; Trends; Trade; Wage rates; Fuel oils; Natural gas; Energy cost of activities

125 NAL Call. No.: HD1761.A1M5 [no.] 88-14
State-local fiscal effects of rural-urban population shifts. Maki, Wilbur R.
University of Minnesota, Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics St. Paul, Minn. : Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Minnesota,; 1988. v, 26 p. : map ; 28 cm. (Staff paper P ; 88-14). June 1988.

Language: English; English

Descriptors: Rural-urban migration; Economic aspects; Minnesota

126 NAL Call. No.: HN79.A13R87
The tale of two Souths.
Rosenfeld, S.A.
Boulder : Westview Press; 1988.
The Rural South in crisis : challenges for the future / edited by Lionel J. Beaulieu. p. 51-71. ill., maps; 1988. (Rural studies series). Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: South eastern states of U.S.A.; South central states of U.S.A.; Rural communities; Employment; Income distribution; Industrialization; Manufacture; Population growth; Education

127 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S72
Technology trends and changes: implications for people. Hobbs, D.
Mississippi State, Miss. : The Center; 1992 Feb. SRDC series - Southern Rural Development Center (155): p. 1-21; 1992 Feb. Paper presented at the Joint Southern Region Program Committee Meeting, a regional conference, September 4-6, 1991, Atlanta, Georgia. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Southern states of U.S.A.; Technical progress; Social change; Economic growth; Education; Rural development; Population change

128 NAL Call. No.: HN49.C6J6
A test of the "gangplank syndrome" among recent migrants to the Upper Great Lakes region.
Voss, P.R.
Athens, Ga. : The University of Georgia; 1980. Journal of the Community Development Society v. 11 (1): p. 95-111. maps; 1980. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Urban rural migration; Rural areas; Attitudes; Rural development

129 NAL Call. No.: 275.29 C76B
The transformation of rural Connecticut. Hadden, K.; Groff, W.; Steahr, T.
Storrs, Conn. : The Service; 1987.
Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut : [bulletin] (87-4): p. 31-36; 1987. Proceedings of the "1987 Connecticut Agricultural and Resource Outlook Conference", February 24, 1987. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Connecticut; Rural population; Population distribution; History

130 NAL Call. No.: HB881.P6
The transition to zero population growth in the Midwest. Morrison, P.A.
Ames, Iowa : North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Iowa State University; 1981. Population redistribution in the midwest / [edited by] Curtis C. Roseman, Andrew J. Sofranko, James D. Williams. p. 1-23. maps; 1981. Paper presented at a conference on "Understanding Population Change: Issues and Consequences of Population Redistribution in the Midwest," March 12-14, 1979, Champaign, Illinois. AGL. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: North central states of U.S.A.; Western states of U.S.A.; Population growth; Migration; Birth rate; Rural urban relations; Family structure; Trends; Age composition

131 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R94
Turnaround migrants: grubby economics or delightful indulgence in ruralism?. Williams, J.D.
Ames, Iowa : Rural Sociological Society; 1982 Mar. The Rural sociologist v. 2 (2): p. 104-108; 1982 Mar. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: California; Arizona; Urban rural migration; Life style; Economic factors; Rural urban migration

132 NAL Call. No.: HB1966.S8W45
Twentieth century out-migration of America's farm population. Weil, Richard H.
1980; 1980.
iii, 81 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm. Cover title. Typescript (photocopy). Bibliography: leaves 77-81.

Language: English

Descriptors: Rural population; Rural-urban migration; United States; Farmers; South Dakota; Statistics

133 NAL Call. No.: 280.8 J822
Undocumented Mexico-U.S. migration and the returns to households in rural Mexico.
Taylor, J.E.
Ames, Iowa : American Agricultural Economics Association; 1987 Aug. American journal of agricultural economics v. 69 (3): p. 626-638; 1987 Aug. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Mexico; U.S.A.; Migrant labor; Migration; Labor mobility; Household income; Rural welfare

134 NAL Call. No.: HT401.R94
Urban growth management and the decline in available housing for migrant farmworkers.
Nelson, A.C.
University Park, Pa. : Rural Sociological Society; 1986 Mar. The Rural sociologist v. 6 (2): p. 80-87; 1986 Mar. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Oregon; Housing costs; Low income groups; Migrant labor; Suburban areas; Urban rural migration; Rural economy; Case studies

135 NAL Call. No.: HD1751.A1S73
Urban land conversion in Florida's metropolitan areas. Reynolds, J.E.; Dillman, B.L.
Gainesville, Fla. : The Department; 1990 Dec. Staff paper - University of Florida, Food and Resource Economics Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (401): 18 p.; 1990 Dec. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: Florida; Land use; Urban areas; Population growth; Land diversion; Rural urban relations

136 NAL Call. No.: 284.8 F31K
U.S. agriculture: hard realities and new opportunities. Duncan, M.R.
Kansas City, Mo. : Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; 1989 Feb. Economic review v. 74 (2): p. 3-20; 1989 Feb. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Agricultural policy; Rural economy; Structural change; Rural urban relations; Trends; Demography; Population change; Rural population; Life style; Technical progress; Productivity; Gatt; International trade; Agricultural trade; Economic development; Rural development; Balance sheets; Input output analysis

137 NAL Call. No.: HT401.S72
Who are the rural entrepreneurs?.
Hoy, F.S.
Mississippi State, Miss. : The Center; 1987 Feb. SRDC series - Southern Rural Development Center (97): p. 7-14; 1987 Feb. Paper presented at the "National Rural Entrepreneurship Symposium," February 10-12, 1987, Knoxville, Tennessee. Includes references.

Language: English

Descriptors: U.S.A.; Georgia; Entrepreneurship; Rural development; Demography; Attitudes; Behavior; Characterization; Rural women; Community programs; Small businesses; Rural population; Rural urban migration; Rural communities


SUBJECT INDEX

Addresses, essays, lectures 70
Adjustment 63
Age composition 32, 130
Age differences 19, 68
Age groups 71
Age structure 35, 112
Aggregates 25
Agricultural land 27
Agricultural policy 136
Agricultural population 40, 77
Agricultural structure 7
Agricultural trade 136
Agriculture 4
Alabama 99
Analysis of variance 119
Arizona 131
Arkansas 14, 80, 99
Assessment 34
Attitudes 55, 76, 97, 128, 137
Attitudes to work 57
Availability 120
Balance sheets 136
Banks 113
Behavior 137
Behavior patterns 65
Bibliographies 87
Birth rate 5, 130
Blacks 10, 72, 73
Bridges 46
Burlington (Colo.) 82
California 58, 131
Capital 11
Carrying capacity 1
Case studies 41, 45, 134
Causality 59
Censuses 14, 43
Change 11
Changes 59
Characterization 19, 137
Cities 77
Cities and towns 74, 82, 108
Civil defense 83
Civil rights 73
Classification 28, 111
Colorado 82, 82
Commodities 22
Communities 34
Community development 45, 57, 111, 116
Community involvement 7, 59, 63
Community programs 41, 137
Community services 94
Commuting 5, 9, 24, 77
Comparisons 100
Connecticut 129
Construction 46
Constructions 119
Cost benefit analysis 22
Counties 14, 19, 43, 47, 61, 71, 92
Crime 96
Crime protection 96
Decentralization 121
Demand 42, 55
Demography 16, 20, 25, 28, 30, 31, 34, 44, 46, 48, 52, 54, 60, 66, 71, 92, 117, 121, 136, 137
Deregulation 113
Destinations 59, 77, 103
Development 93
Development policy 17
Developmental history 72
Discrimination 67
Disparity 21
Diversification 121
Diversity 35, 62, 81, 111
Drought injury 56
Duration 19, 68
Dust storms 56
Ecology 60, 105
Economic analysis 56
Economic aspects 125
Economic depression 5, 75
Economic development 6, 8, 12, 17, 21, 36, 53, 57, 121, 122, 136
Economic factors 131
Economic geography 34
Economic growth 11, 23, 45, 55, 59, 76, 111, 113, 116, 127
Economic impact 1, 26
Economic policy 15
Economic situation 47
Education 19, 20, 68, 126, 127
Elderly 32, 48, 76, 103, 112
Electrical energy 65
Emergencies 83
Employed women 75
Employment 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 33, 35, 36, 38, 53, 59, 63, 69, 79, 93, 98, 103, 110, 124, 126
Employment opportunities 57, 59, 116
Energy consumption 39, 65
Energy cost of activities 124
Energy policy 39
Enterprise zones, Rural 37
Entrepreneurship 137
Ethnicity 112
Evaluation 34
Expenditures 51, 78
Extension activities 41
Externalities 88
Families 48
Family farms 1
Family life 48
Family structure 19, 112, 130
Farm closures 1, 16
Farm income 56, 123
Farm indebtedness 5, 15
Farm prices 27
Farm sector 3
Farm structure 43
Farmers 132
Farms 95
Federal 33
Federal aid 56
Federal government 15, 22
Finance 113
Fiscal policy 22, 45
Florida 135
Food 6
Forest management 58
Fuel oils 124
Funds 33, 51
Gatt 136
Geographical distribution 20, 35, 63, 112
Geographical mobility 34, 59, 68
Georgia 36, 47, 99, 137
Government 14
Government programs 6, 33
Great basin and pacific slope 96
Growth 38, 82
Growth rate 104
Health 48
Health care 16, 48
Health services 48
History 3, 14, 16, 43, 44, 56, 84, 98, 112, 124, 129
Household consumption 65
Household income 2, 103, 133
Households 53
Housing 73, 93
Housing costs 134
Idaho 2
Illinois 50
Immigration 62
Impact 78
Income 11, 33, 59, 69, 100, 116
Income distribution 17, 68, 98, 111, 113, 121, 123, 126
Income tax 55, 76
Indiana 51
Industrialization 15, 126
Industry 5, 17
Influences 69
Infrastructure 42, 45, 57
Input output analysis 136
Interactions 7
International trade 113, 136
Iowa 52
Kansas 56
Kentucky 6, 37, 38
Labor 11
Labor market 120
Labor mobility 133
Labor supply 6, 37, 38
Land diversion 135
Land ownership 123
Land use 58, 135
Leisure 119
Life style 69, 117, 131, 136
Linkage 22
Literature reviews 42, 48, 97
Living conditions 48
Local authority areas 29
Local government 1, 83, 99
Local governments 78
Local population 55
Location 49
Location theory 39, 101
Long term care 48
Longitudinal studies 23, 60
Louisiana 27
Low income groups 134
Maine 9
Man 58
Manufacture 36, 53, 57, 124, 126
Market competition 113
Membership 63
Mexican-Americans 62
Mexico 79, 133
Michigan 26
Migrant labor 38, 79, 133, 134
Migrants 65, 71
Migration 2, 5, 8, 15, 28, 34, 44, 56, 71, 79, 91, 92, 112, 130, 133
Migration, Internal 64, 70, 74
Minnesota 125
Minorities 35, 105
Mississippi 73
Missouri 66
Mobile homes 67
Models 33, 111
Motivation 59, 69, 76, 103
Multiple regression 75
Natural gas 124
Natural resources 8, 117
Neighborhoods 60
Nevada 41
New england 28
New Mexico 71
New York 67
Non-farm income 14, 81
North Carolina 99, 102
North central states of U.S.A. 4, 16, 19, 34, 53, 55, 57, 59, 63, 68, 69, 76, 77, 103, 118, 128, 130
North Dakota 45, 93
North eastern states of U.S.A. 43, 122
Occupations 19, 59, 93
Off-farm employment 75
Ohio 119
Oklahoma 12, 99
Oregon 75, 134
Origin 59, 77, 103
Part time farming 9
Pennsylvania 91
Petroleum 93
Planning of research 41, 111
Policy 53
Population 33, 74, 82, 108
Population censuses 95
Population change 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 21-23, 30, 31, 36, 40-42, 47, 51-54, 57, 60, 65, 66, 75, 81, 83, 88, 89, 94, 95, 99, 109, 113, 115, 117, 120, 122-124, 127, 136
Population distribution 18, 28, 32, 48, 62, 72, 73, 80, 87, 88, 91, 98, 101, 105, 109, 129
Population dynamics 4, 15, 35, 39, 40, 62, 69, 77, 87, 91
Population forecasts 53, 91
Population geography 64
Population growth 6, 9, 18, 25-27, 29, 34, 43, 45, 46, 50, 55, 61, 67, 76, 78, 85, 86, 92, 93, 96, 97, 100, 104, 105, 110, 111, 116, 118, 119, 126, 130, 135
Population pressure 58
Population structure 10, 91, 121
Population, Rural 37, 49, 70, 84, 107
Poverty 15, 36, 73, 110
Preservation 8
Productivity 136
Program evaluation 99
Programs 6
Projections 16
Public finance 31, 46
Public services 2, 34, 41, 42, 47, 50, 53, 55, 86
Quality of life 59, 69, 76
Quality standards 46
Races 32
Rangelands 58
Recreations 119
Redistribution 73
Regional surveys 99
Regression analysis 51
Regulations 67
Remunerations 22
Research 44, 48
Reservoirs 119
Residential areas 101
Retail trade 49
Retired people 41, 102
Retirement 5, 69
Retirement homes 102
Revenue 78
Roles 44, 57
Rural 38
Rural areas 5, 6, 8, 18, 25, 28, 30, 33, 47, 50, 51, 71, 72, 83, 88, 93, 94, 100, 104, 109, 112, 115, 128
Rural communities 1, 2, 4, 23, 26, 36, 41, 43, 45, 60, 65, 66, 86, 91, 92, 96, 97, 99, 102, 116-119, 126, 137
Rural conditions 13, 82, 84
Rural depopulation 4, 5, 85, 89, 118
Rural development 1, 12, 17, 21, 22, 25, 27, 36, 42, 55, 57, 75, 76, 104, 110, 111, 121-123, 127, 128, 136, 137
Rural economy 9, 15, 16, 43, 55, 113, 124, 134, 136
Rural environment 20, 52, 55, 58-60, 69, 76, 77, 103, 105, 111, 120, 121
Rural housing 67, 99
Rural industrial growth 78
Rural industry 121˝
Rural planning 41
Rural population 3, 8, 11, 14, 16, 20, 25, 28, 29, 32, 35, 38, 39, 44, 48, 54, 56, 58, 61, 62, 73, 76, 80, 81, 85, 94, 95, 102, 105, 112, 129, 132, 136, 137
Rural roads 31, 46
Rural settlement 101
Rural sociology 14, 65, 102
Rural urban migration 10, 12, 72, 80, 85, 87, 89, 124, 131, 137
Rural urban relations 5, 7, 11, 21, 22, 42, 53, 88, 97, 130, 135, 136
Rural welfare 133
Rural women 137
Rural-urban fringe areas 27
Rural-urban migration 64, 84, 107, 125, 132
Rural-urban relations 27
Sampling 34
Schools 51
Self help 1
Settlement 19, 31, 55, 59, 63, 68, 69, 76, 77, 103, 118
Settlement patterns 3, 12, 53, 80
Sex differences 112
Sex ratio 32
Small businesses 137
Small farms 9
Social change 10, 23, 52, 121, 127
Social conditions 74
Social disintegration 97
Social impact 79
Social institutions 20
Social integration 23, 63, 68, 76, 103
Social interaction 60, 97
Social policy 120
Social services 26, 120
Social trends 79
Social welfare d16
Socialization 69
Socioeconomic analysis 79
Socioeconomic factors 93
Socioeconomic status 19, 47, 62, 67, 76, 103
Sociological analysis 52
Soil productivity 27
South central states of U.S.A. 12, 17, 21, 62, 123, 124, 126 South Dakota 1, 40, 89, 132
South eastern states of U.S.A. 10, 17, 21, 124, 126
Southern states of U.S.A. 127
State government 51, 115
Statistical analysis 100
Statistical data 93
Statistics 132
Store location 49
Structural change 1, 7, 12, 15, 17, 18, 36, 42, 43, 52, 88, 110, 113, 117, 121, 136
Students 51
Suburban areas 134
Support systems 48
Surveys 2, 6
T-Regression analysis 27
Taxes 78
Technical progress 31, 43, 127, 136
Tennessee 99
Towns 28, 77
Trade 124
Trade relations 11
Traffic 46
Transport 31, 39, 113
Trends 5, 11, 15, 16, 19, 29, 31, 61, 66, 80, 81, 85, 98, 100, 110, 113, 117, 122, 124, 130, 136
U.S.A. 3, 5, 7, 11, 15, 18, 20, 22, 28-32, 35, 39, 42, 44, 46, 48, 54, 61, 72, 81, 83, 87, 88, 92, 95, 97, 98, 100, 101, 105, 110-113, 116, 117, 120, 121, 133, 136, 137 Uncertainties 113
Unemployment 2, 15, 16, 19, 59, 63, 124
United States 13, 49, 70, 74, 84, 107, 108, 132
Urban areas 18, 25, 28, 71, 88, 100, 112, 135
Urban environment˝ 59, 69, 76, 77, 103
Urban policy 74
Urban population 2, 32, 61, 80
Urban rural migration 3, 4, 11, 18, 19, 25, 26, 31, 34, 39, 40, 50, 55, 58, 59, 63, 68, 69, 75-77, 85, 98, 101-103, 110, 121, 128, 131, 134
Urban-rural migration 13, 37
Urbanization 18, 27
USA 38, 78, 94, 104, 106, 109
Utah 23, 64, 85, 86, 90
Values 105
Villages 77
Virginia 99, 115
Volunteers 102
Wage rates 57, 124
Washington 75
Water resources 119
Western states of U.S.A. 12, 16, 19, 53, 55, 57, 59, 60, 63, 68, 69, 76, 77, 96, 103, 123, 130
Wind erosion 56
Wisconsin 65
Women 6
World markets 113
Yuma (Colo.) 82

AUTHOR INDEX

Aiken, C.S. 72, 73
Al-Masarweh, I. 85
Albrecht, D.E. 4, 86
Arwood, D. 89
Bachtel, D.C. 47
Ballard, P.L. 18
Beale, C. 44
Beale, C.L. 5, 29, 35, 61, 92, 109, 110 Beale, Calvin L. 13
Beale, Calvin Lunsford, 24, 107, 108
Beaulieu, L.J. 7
Beegle, A. 44
Beegle, J.A. 26, 106
Berry, E.H. 60
Bird, A.R. 123
Bonner, W.S. 14
Bowles, Gladys Kleinwort, 24
Bradshaw, T.D. 58
Broder, J.M. 47
Brown, D.L. 15, 35, 54, 121
Brown, David L. 70, 107
Brown, R.B. 23
Bulman, S.D. 8
Bultena, G. 52
Buttel, F.H. 43
Buxbaum, R.W. 53
Campbell, R.R. 66
Carter M.V. 119
Chase, R.A. 93
Clark, T.A. 11
Clifford, W.B. 112
Coelen, S.P. 94
Collins, K.J. 22
Cook, A.K. 75
Cook, C.D. 46
Copp, J.H. 105
Corty, F.L. 27
Coward, R.T. 48
Daberkow, Stan 37
Daniels, T.L. 118
de Janvry, A. 79
Deavers, K.L. 15, 111
Debertin, D.L. 51
Dillman, B.L. 135
Doeksen, G.A. 12
Drabenstott, M. 113
Duncan, M.R. 136
Duncombe, S. 83
Dwyer, J.W. 48
Farmer, F. 80
Fliegel, F.C. 34, 55, 77
Fuguitt, G.V. 18, 25, 29, 61, 65, 112
Fuguitt, Glenn Victor, 13, 107
Garkovich, Lorraine 84
Garkovitch, L. 44
Geertsen, H.R. 23, 86
Geisler, C.C. 67
Gibson, L. 113
Glasgow, N. 63, 76
Goe, W.R. 119
Goudy, W. 52
Green, B. 80
Green, G.P. 36
Green, P.M. 50
Greider, T. 60, 96
Greider, T.R. 97
Groff, W. 129
Gruber, K. 99
Gunn, B.A. 41
Hadden, K. 129
Hawley, Amos Henry 74
Heaton, T.B. 10, 25, 112
Heberlein, T.A. 65
Henry, M. 17, 113
Hines, F. 124
Hirschl, T.A. 116
Hobbs, D. 42, 127
Hoch, I. 39
Hoffman, C. 102
Hoiberg, E. 52
Hoy, F.S. 137
Ishler, A.S. 91
John, P.C. 87
Johnson, K.M. 98
Johnson, Kenneth M. 49
Johnson, N.E. 106
Kan, S.H. 90
Kan, Stephen H. 64
Kim, Yun 64
Kleweno, D.G. 6
Klonglan, G. 52
Korsching, P. 52
Krannich, R.S. 23, 60, 96, 97
Kuvlesky, W.P. 105
Lancelle, M. 43, 122°
Lapping, M.B. 118
Lasley, P. 16, 52
Lee, D.R. 43
Lee, G.R. 48
Leistritz, F.L. 45, 93
Leuthold, F.O. 95
Lichter, D.T. 10, 25
Little, R.L. 96
Lonsdale, R.E. 57
Lorenz, F. 52
Luloff, A. E. 114
Luloff, A.E. 117
Maki, Wilbur R. 125
Mazie, Sara Mills, 74
McNamara, K.T. 36
Mines, R. 79
Mitsuda, H. 67
Morrill, R. 88
Morrison, P.A. 130
Mulkey, D.W. 7
Munford, J.H. 115
Murdock, S.H. 45
Napier, T.L. 119
Nelson, A.C. 134
Nelson, M.K. 33
Nissan, E. 100
Nolan, R. 124
Padgitt, S. 52
Pagoulatos, A. 51
Petrulis, M. 124
Photiadis, J.D. 20
Poston, D.L. Jr 30
Ramsey, A.F. 27
Rathbun, P.R. 65
Rathge, R.W. 26
Reid, N. 120
Reynolds, J.E. 135
Riney-Kehrberg, P. 56
Rosenfeld, S.A. 126
Rowe, C. 2
Rural Sociological Society 84
Ryan, V. 52
Santopolo, Frank A. 82
Sapp. S. 52
Serow, W.J. 32
Shelton, G. 99
Sher, J.P. 21
Simoni, J.J. 20
Sloggett, G. 12
Sly, D.F. 32
Smith, D.K. 8
Smith, R.L. 1
Sofranko, A.J. 19, 34, 59, 63, 68, 69, 77
Steahr, T. 129
Steahr, T.E. 28
Stinner, W.F. 85, 90
Stinner, William F. 64
Stinson, T.F. 78
Stokes, C.S. 91
Stout-Wiegand, N. 8
Summers, G.F. 116
Taeuber, C. 44, 81
Taylor, J.E. 133
Tienda, M. 62
Tripple, P.A. 41
Tweeten, L.G. 33
United States Dept. of Agriculture Economic Research Service Economic Development Division. 38
United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Economic Development Division 37 United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Economics and Statistics Service 108
United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, University of Georgia, Institute for Behavioral Research 24
University of Minnesota, Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics 125
UTSCB 90
Vail, D. 9
Vertrees, J.G. 22
Voss, P.R. 31, 112, 128
Voth, D.E. 14
Voyles, S.M. 47
Wardwell, J. 44
Wardwell, John M. 70
Weil, Richard H. 132
Widner, R.R. 53
Williams, J.D. 19, 68, 69, 71, 77, 103, 131
Wimberley, R.C. 3
Zuiches, J.J. 101