38. évfolyam, 1992. 2. szám
The timeliness of information supply and the demand for services among agricultural specialists.
The author made a survey of the needs and opinions of 617 rural agricultural specialists, inquiring about the chances to obtain professional information, and the influence and peculiarities of the information flow. She deals with the intermediary role of special literature and of libraries. She recommends that the counselling system to be established for small farms should connect to the existing system of public libraries, and holds the view that the adaptation in Hungary of the “telecottage” movement, wide-spread in the Scandinavian countries, may help the disadvantaged small settlements to join up. (pp, 225-237)
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