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Industrial Development in a Depressed Area: Male-Female Differences in Attitudes

  • Nancy Stout-Wiegand (a1), Dennis K. Smith (a1) and Saba Jallow (a1)

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The primary objective of this research was to examine attitudes toward industrial development activities in a depressed rural county, and to document differences in those attitudes between men and women residents of the area.

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