Rural Sociology

Volume 15
Number 1


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Special Issue: Southern Rural Labor Markets

Guest Editors: Lionel J. Beaulieu and David Freshwater

Introduction to the Special Issues (Volumes 15 & 16) on Southern Rural Labor Markets 
     Lionel J. Beaulieu and David Freshwater

Current and Emerging Trends

Employment Change in the Nonmetropolitan South: An Overview of Recent Trends and Future Prospects 
     David Barkley

Spatial Labor Markets, New Economic Geography, and Urban-Rural Linkages: Implications for the Rural South
     Mark S. Henry

What Does the Future Hold? What Globalization Might Mean for the Rural South  
     Amy K. Glasmeier and Robin M. Leichenko

Changing Demand for Workers

The Geography of New Manufacturing Technology: Implications for the Nonmetropolitan South  
     David A. McGranahan

Functional Skill Requirements of Manufacturing Employment in the Rural South  
     Timothy R. Wojan

Service Industries and Employment Growth in the Nonmetro South: A Geographical Perspective
      William B. Beyers and Peter B. Nelson

Industry Clusters and Rural Labor Markets
     G. Andrew Bernat, Jr.

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