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Nongchʻon sahoe kaeballon; Sae Maŭl Undong ŭl chungsim ŭro, Hwang Kap-son chŏ
農村社會開發論; 새마을運動을中心으로, 黃甲孫著
Bib ID 2622887
Format BookBook
Author
Hwang, Kap-son
黃甲孫
 
Description [Sŏul] Pagyŏngsa [1973] 
[서울] 博英社 [1973] 
385 p. illus. 22 cm. 
Notes

Added t.p.: Development of Korean rural community and role of government, by Whang, Kab Son.

Summary in English.

Bibliography: p. 355-361.

Subjects Community development -- Korea (South)
Also Titled

Development of Korean rural community and role of government.

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