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Abstract

The Online Journal of Rural Research and Policy has taken the initiative to publish a Rural Development Special Issue. This initiative corresponds with the interdisciplinary perspective of rural studies and is reflected in the collection of papers. Each paper addresses one or more central themes of rural studies, many of which are interrelated.

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2. Lobao, Linda (1996) A Sociology of the Periphery versus a Peripheral Sociology: Rural Sociology and the Dimension of Space. Rural Sociology 61, pp. 77-102.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1549-0831.1996.tb00611.x

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