Interfunctionality Of Natural, Social And Economic Factors In The Romanian Rural Community – Case Study: Clopotiva Village
AbstractThe systemic conceptual pattern of the investigated rural community – Clopotiva village – is the result of a functional rural system structured by three main components: the physical (natural) subsystem, the social subsystem and the economic subsystem. As regards the existing relationships between these subsystems, a dense and complex network is established, including both the links between the components of the same rural system, and the links between the components of other rural systems. The paper investigates Clopotiva rural system in the period 1935–2009, under the influence of the anthropic factor that led to deep changes in the component subsystems: natural, social and economic. The methodology used in the scientific approach of the paper consists of: documentation from literature; quantitative analysis of the natural, social and economic phenomena in the Romanian rural area and the diagnosis analysis of the rural system from Clopotiva. The main work instrument is the SPSS software for processing the official data extracted from the Agricultural Registry of the local authority from Râu de Mori commune.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Institute of Agricultural Economics in its journal Agricultural Economics and Rural Development.
Volume (Year): 9 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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