Moore dispels the myths that rural life does not contain urban problems, such as poor parenting and substance abuse, while its economy depends on farming or mineral extraction. The realities and recent changes in rural life mean that social services must adapt to the needs of the rural communities.Social Problems in Rural America for the Twenty-first Century Robert M. Moore. for theirselves. ... a#39;Cause I couldna#39;t write down, Ford Mustang Avenue, Holler Run [laugh]. . . . After I ... Personal problems such as chemical dependency and mental illness were rare (Cummins et al., 1998; Cummins 1996; Roth et al. 1987).
|Title||:||The Hidden America|
|Author||:||Robert M. Moore|
|Publisher||:||Susquehanna University Press - 2001|