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Oluwakemi Adeola Obayelu, Ayodeji Ojo and Olamide Oladoyin

. International Journal of Educational Planning & Administration., 3 (2), 159-172. 4. Anyaegbu, R, Christman, D.E., & Jingpu, C. (2004). The Challenges of Rural Education in Nigeria: Potential Lessons from China.EJournal of Teaching and Learning InDiverse Setting. I (2)160-174. Southern University and A&M College. 5. Becker, G. (1975). Human capital. Chicago: Chicago University Press. 6. Bello-Schünemann, J., Porter, A. (2017). Building the Future Infrastructure in Nigeria until 2040. South Africa: Institute of Security Studies. Retrieved May 20, 2018 from

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Sholpan Gaisina and Lyazzat Kaidarova

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Agnese Krievina, Ieva Leimane and Andris Miglavs

). Agriculture and food production: Employment aspect. In InternationalScientific Conference: Rural Development,15-17 October 2009 (pp. 39-43). Kaunas, Lithuania: Lithuanian University of Agriculture. 7. ESPON. (2010). European DevelopmentOpportunities for Rural Areas (EDORA): draftfinal report: version 1, 30/04/2010 part A andpart B . Retrieved from: http://www.espon.eu/export/sites/default/Documents/Projects/AppliedResearch/EDORA/EDORA_Draft_Final_Report_Version_2.4_April_2010.pdf. 8. Eurostat. (2012a). Agricultural labour inputstatistics

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Abimbola O. Adepoju, Scholastica Ewolor and Oluwakemi A. Obayelu

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Elisabete Figueiredo

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Ekaterina Antipova

References Antipova, E.A., 2008a: Geodemograficheskiye problemy i territorialnaya struktura selskogo rasseleniya Belarusi (Geo-demographic problems and territorial structure of rural settlement system of Belarus - in Russian), Minsk: Belarusian State University, p. 327. Antipova, E.A. , 2008b: Demograficheskiy potentsial agrogorodkov kak novoy formi selskich poseleniy Belarusi (Demographic potential of agrotowns as a new form of rural Belarusian settlements - in Russian). In: Agrarnaya economika (Agricultural

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Dereje Tesema and Abeje Berhanu

References 1. Action Contre La Faim International (ACF). (2010). Food Security and Livelihood Assessments: A Practical Guide for Field Workers Technical Department of Food Security and Livelihoods. pp. 18-24. ACF International, Retrieved April 10, 2018 from http://www.actionagainsthunger.org/sites/default/files/.../acf-fsl-manual-final-10-lr.pdf . 2. Asmah, E. (2011). Rural Livelihood Diversification and Agricultural Household Welfare in Ghana.” Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics. 3(7), pp. 325-334. 3. Barrett, C. B., Reardon

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Joanna Zwierzchowska

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Jana Ďurkovičová, Jarmila Lazíková, Ivan Takáč and L'ubica Rumanovská

a jej kontrola v Slovenskej republike. Bratislava: Iura Edition, 2008. ISBN 978-80-8078-240-5 Lubelcová, G. 2009. Kriminalita ako spoločenský fenomén: Úvod do sociologicky orientovanej kriminológie. Bratislava: VEDA, 2009. 212 s. ISBN 978-80-224-1051-9. Marshall, B. – Johnson, S. 2005. Crime in rural areas. A review of the Literature for the Rural Evidence Research Centre. London: Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, University College London, 2005, 57 p. Michálek, A. 2010. Rurálna kriminalita a rurálne okresy Slovenska so zvýšenou kriminalitou. In

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Jana Jarábková and Marián Hamada

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