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The Isolated Life of North Dakota Farm and Ranch Women: Myth or Reality?

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Title: The Isolated Life of North Dakota Farm and Ranch Women: Myth or Reality?
Author: Hanson, Richard; Hertsgaard, Doris; Light, Harriet K.
Description: The three authors concern themselves with a study conducted on the lives of North Dakota ranch and farm women regarding the effects of isolation. The form used to access 2,000 farm and ranch women were questionnaires. Only 760 were returned with data that could be used. It was discovered that North Dakota farm and ranch women were not isolated, but found to be active in church, clubs and organizations, visiting their neighbors, that divorce rates were low and that only a minority of North Dakota farm and ranch women would qualify as being isolated.
Date: 1983
Subject: Rural communities
Women
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/4775

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