Social response to population change and migration: the impact of population change on individuals and institutions

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1964-09-01
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Klietsch, R.
Andrews, W.
Bauder, W.
Beegle, J.
Doerflinger, J.
Marshall, D.
Taves, M.
Riley, M.
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Population change over the last 40 years has greatly redistributed Midwest populations. Migration has long been a social response to change—both to changing capacities in the agricultural system and to socio-cultural attractions and opportunities in the urban-industrial areas. Some of the surplus agricultural population has moved to cities and suburbs. The result is a "selective dismembering" of many communities and an inordinate growth of others.

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