Rural families and work analyzes in context the issues and policies that have the greatest influence on rural employment an overview of relevant theories provides a central starting point for discussion of work and its relationship to family and community well being. On rural families and work human capital is defined as those activities that influence future monetary and psychic income by increasing the resources of the people becker 1975 p 9 2 theories for studying rural families and work. Fact rural families are much more likely to be working and poor than urban families this book is about rural families and work work includes all the things that are important for the family to be connected to paid labor in the united states balanc ing the needs of both the family and employment in rural areas takes resources. Rural communities are an important part of new zealand society and the new zealand economy is highly dependent on rural based activities substantial changes occurring in the rural economy have the potential to significantly affect local communities this study has taken a social capital perspective to examine how 12 rural families have attempted to resolve dilemmas that have arisen as a . In this chapter we discuss the role of theory and how it helps to shape our interpretation of data and findings an overview is presented of the major theoretical frameworks used by the rural
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