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Rural Research Needs and Data Sources for Selected Human Services Topics, Volume 1: Research Needs

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  • Debra A. Strong
  • Patricia Del Grosso
  • Andrew Burwick
  • Vinita Jethwani
  • Michael Ponza

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Although rural America is diverse, ever changing, and different from urban America, less is known about rural human and social services conditions and needs.

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  • Debra A. Strong & Patricia Del Grosso & Andrew Burwick & Vinita Jethwani & Michael Ponza, "undated". "Rural Research Needs and Data Sources for Selected Human Services Topics, Volume 1: Research Needs," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a194fdd8e178411cb2a5c4c40, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Keywords

    Rural Health Care;

    JEL classification:

    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare

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