Nonmetropolitan America in Transition

By Amos H. Hawley; Sara Mills Mazie | Go to book overview
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Contents
Prefacexv
Acknowledgmentsxix
An Overview3

Amos H. Hawley and Sara Mills Mazie
I. The Deconcentration of Population
1 Diversity in Post-1970 Population Trends27

David L. Brown and Calvin L. Beale
2 Residential Preferences in the United States72

James J. Zuiches
3 Local Perspectives on Community Growth116

Mark Baldassare
II. The Changing Structure of Economic Opportunity
4 Agriculture and the Community147

Olaf F. Larson
5 Manufacturing Industry: Trends and Impacts194

Thomas E. Till
6 The Service Sector231

Mark David Menchik
7 The Availability of Passenger Transportation255

Arthur Saltzman and Lawrence W. Newlin
8 Energy and Location285

Irving Hoch
III. The Differential Access to Opportunity
9 Unemployment and Underemployment359

Vernon M. Briggs, Jr.
10 Poverty: A Human Resource-Income Maintenance Perspective382

Stephen F. Seninger and Timothy M. Smeeding
11 Poverty: A Regional Political Economy Perspective437

Candace Howes and Ann R. Markusen

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