Patrimonial Pattern of Rural Development. Case Study: The Rural Communities from Tara Hateg Retezat Area
AbstractThere is an non-voluntary experiment, carried out in the Romanian rural communities, which uses certain parsimonious intervention modalities, by which modernization and development, if not delayed, they have been delegated to other players. The case of rural communities from ara Haeg Retezat, in which the main resource is the patrimony and the main development pattern is the patrimonial pattern implicitly, in terms of sustainability, is illustrative for this type of experiment. The patrimony is a territorial resource for the construction and alternative development of rural areas, which develops into a social construction that structures and differentiates the rural subsystems in Tara Hategului - Retezat.
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rural patrimony; socio-ecological balance; traditional agriculture;
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