ps14711 - AgriculturesRoleinThirdWorldDevelopment

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Agriculture’s Role in Third World Development How Can Problems of the Rural and Agricultural Sector be Fixed? a. What has been tried in the past? o i. Reviewing past policy approaches i. 1950s Modernization neglected agriculture and believed small farmers and  peasantry would be eliminated because they were a drag  on economic growth. To fix agriculture in the third world to look like agriculture  in the first world move from small farms to large farms that engage in cash  crops to sell to the market found farmers rather productive in the third world. increase productivity by improving the technologies that  farmers had emphasis in involving the community and ask them their  needs and engage in governances rural reconstruction movement Neoliberalism international emphasis on market market driven approaches 
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