Rural Social Systems: A Textbook in Rural Sociology and Anthropology

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INDEX
A
Abrams, Ray H., 176
Absenteeism, 27
Abstract social systems, 4
Acculturation, 448
Achievement, 9
Ackerknecht, Erwin, 519
Ackerman, Joseph, 21, 45, 209, 294, 800
Action, non-rational vs. rational, 20-22
Activities, types of, 204
Adams Act of 1906, 658
Adler, G., 832
Adolfson, L. H., 608
Aereboe, F., 241
Aged, and security, 774
Aging farm families, 86-87
Agrarian parties, 615-616
Agricultural Extension Service, Cooperative (see Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service)
Agricultural Marketing Act of 1929, 703
Agricultural press, 552
Agricultural societies, seasonal ceremonies of, 400
Agricultural Wheel, 615
Agriculture, collective, 350
Agriculture, Department of, 777
Alexander, Frank D., 268
Almack, R. B., 256, 550, 552, 717
Altman, Isadore, 719
American family, changes in, 64-68
American Farm Bureau Federation, 636-638
American Indians, 826
American Medical Association, 708, 710
American Society of Equity, 613, 615, 628, 635
Amish farm family, 11-14, 789
and "gay" people, 12
patriarchal quality of, 14
social strata in community, 341-342
status, elements from which gained, 12
taboos, 409, 411-412
Anarchism, 837, 841, 844
Ancient Order of Gleaners, 633
Anderson, C. Arnold, 521, 527, 546
Anderson, Dewey, 611
Anderson, Elin L., 721
Anderson, W. A., 69, 372, 594, 597, 599, 600, 627, 631, 743
Angell, R. C., 52, 548, 549, 710
Anglo neighborhoods in Southwest, 183- 187
Anglo-Saxon village, 230
Anomie, 401-407, 444
Anti-bureau sentiment, 680
Antiferow, A. N., 846
Apollonian society, 9
Appalachian Highlands, and relief, 766
Arab family, 46
Arabs, and marriage of cousins, 56
Arensberg, Conrad M., 14, 41, 42, 54, 55, 135, 328
Armstrong, Louise V., 768, 778
Army, Gesellschaft-like organization, 25
Army affiliations, students' appraisal of, 10-11
Arnold, E., 844
Arvin community, California, 302
Ashley, A. W., 231
Assimilation, and caste system, 357
Attitudes:
and family farm, 293
of county agents, 674, 677-678
of farmers, 764
toward hospitals, 729
of farm families, 31
Attitudinal characteristics (see Value orientation)
Augustinians, 831
Authority. 5, 789
and interaction patterns, sacred vs. secular, 803-804
definition of, 564
measurement of, 42
personalized vs. impersonalized, 806- 808
Automobiles, 124
ownership, factor in change, 213-214
Aveling, Edward, 618
B
Back-to-the-land movements, 29
Baldwin, Bird T., 768
Baldwin, C. B., 689
Baldwin, R. J., 664
Ball, John, 618
Bank deposits, table, 126
Bankhead-Jones Act of 1936, 658
Barker, Ernest, 807
Barnard, Chester I., 575
Barnes, H. E., 837, 839, 841
Barn raisings, 187
Barr, F. E., 362
Barrett, C. S., 626
Barr Scale, 362
Bax, E. B., 618, 619, 621
Baykov, A., 846
Beacon Hill, Boston, 327-328
Beall, R. T., 701, 702
Beals, Ralph A., 541
Bebel, A., 837
Beck, P. G., 254, 719, 726, 773
Beck, W. G., 833

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