farm, agricultural economics, residence shifts
The ever-changing composition of the American rural population is an established fact and has been the subject of much research. Urban families are moving o the ''country" to escape the noise and congestion of the city, While the migration of people from the farm to urban centers continues . The net result is a decrease in rural population relative to that classified as urban, although in absolute terms the rural population is increasing also. In 1969 less than 30 per cent of all American were classed as rural residents compared to 60 percent in 1900 and 95 percent in 1790.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gardner, B. Delworth, "A Theoretical Framework for Analyzing Residence Shifts of Farm Families" (1970). Faculty Publications. 3743.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences