Turrialba: Social Systems and the Introduction of Change

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Turrialba
Social Systems and the Introduction of Change

EDITED AND DIRECTED BY Charles P. Loomis Julio O. Morales Roy A. Clifford Olen E. Leonard

THE FREE PRESS GLENCOE, ILLINOIS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Chapter I - General Introduction 1
  • Summary 8
  • Chapter II - The Setting of the Study 11
  • Introduction 11
  • Summary 35
  • Chapter III - Social Status and Communication 39
  • Introduction 39
  • Summary 61
  • Notes and References 65
  • Chapter IV - Informal Social Systems 73
  • Introduction 73
  • Summary 84
  • Notes and References 87
  • Chapter V - Economic Systems: Large and Small Land Holdings 89
  • Introduction 89
  • Summary 102
  • Notes and References 104
  • Chapter VI - The Ecological Basis of Social Systems In Turrialba 105
  • Introduction 105
  • Summary 116
  • Notes and References 117
  • Chapter VII - Demographic Characteristics Of the Population 119
  • Introduction 119
  • Summary 134
  • Chapter VIII - Health Systems 135
  • Introduction 135
  • Summary and Conclusions 155
  • Chapter XI - Religious Systems 157
  • Introduction 157
  • Summary 169
  • Chapter X - Educational Systems 171
  • Introduction 171
  • Summary 191
  • Chapter XI - Agricultural Extension Systems 193
  • Introduction 193
  • Summary 214
  • Chapter XII - Political Systems 215
  • Introduction 215
  • Summary 227
  • Chapter XIII - Levels of Living in Hacienda And Small-Farm Villages 231
  • Introduction 231
  • Summary 256
  • Notes and References 258
  • Chapter XIV Study of the Strategy of Change on Large Estates And Small Farms in Latin America 261
  • Introduction 261
  • Notes and References 285
  • The Authors 287
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