Introduction to rural sociology by Paul Leroy Vogt

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Sociology, pp. 99-142. Ellwood. , Cincinnati, Ohio. American Book Sociology in Psychological Aspects. York. D. Appleton and New Giddings, F. H. New Principles of Sociology. , York. Hayes, E. , C Introduction to the Study of Sociology. New D. Appleton York. Text book of Sociology. The J. Q. and Ward, L. F. , New York. Blackmar and Gillen. Outlines of Sociology. , New York. Dealey, CHAPTER II THE PHYSICAL SETTING FOR RURAL No social organization can be understood without reference is found. The various forms to the physical setting in which it assumed by social relationships menr.

Responsible for the cleaning, the washing, the gardening, tlie care of the milk and poultry, and in times of stress for helping their husbands in the fields. In addition to this, owing to their go about either at night or in the daytime, their were lonely and monotonous. Conditions have been improved and are improving so that many of their tasks have been taken from them, many of them have been lightened and inability to lives their social contact has been increased. All these changes AGRICULTURAL METHODS 43 cannot help but react favorably on the standards of rural culture.

European peasants are said to be able to teach American farmers many things in rural organization. But their institutions have grown out of a necessity never felt by Americans and today on the many ; material side of life their existence cannot be compared to American conditions. do not as yet have the conditions We RURAL SOCIAL ORGANIZATION in 23 America which have occasioned the long Parliamentary inand housing problems in England nor do vestigations of land we have Russia. ; the problems facing the rural populations of parts of The American problem is rather one of comparative American rural life and the American urban life; or the worst in the two environments and the effort here is, on the one hand, one of bringing differences between the best in best in ; the rural population up to the standards accepted in the best of any of American social life, and, on the other hand, one of so understanding tendencies in rural life that we may avoid come in other countries where failure to the evils that have understand social tendencies has resulted in a low standard of living.

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