"Advantages Of Rural Life" Essays and Research Papers

  • Advantages Of Rural Life

    It is indisputable that there has always been a sharp distinction between urban and rural living. Therefore many people at some period of their life find themselves questioning the advantages of rural and urban life. Many villagers would like to abandon their godforsaken place and to move to a big city. All of us know a modern Russian fairytale about a girl or a guy who leaves his home country to conquer Moscow. The fact is that it seems to some people prestigious to live in the very centre of a...

    City, Ecology, Population 1388  Words | 3  Pages

  • advantages and disadvantagesof city life

    The advantages and disadvantages of city life Thesis Advantages  -A city no doubt offers many tempting comforts and conveniences, pleasures and pass times, openings and opportunities, and that is why people from the country-side are pouring into it in thousands. In a city, there are schools, colleges, business houses and technical institutes, hospitals, charitable institutions, hospitals, cinemas, play - grounds, stadiums, parks, gardens and easy means of transport and communication...

    City, Greatest hits, Town 1142  Words | 4  Pages

  • Advantage of College Life

    Advantages of College Life Introduction I. Attention Grabber Let me tell you a story about myself, before I came to TARC, I had joined the gangster in my hometown. The life of gangster, I can use a word to describe it irritate. Why? Because I have to always take care of my life if not I will die at anytime and in anywhere, even worst is if you get killed there was no body will know where is the dead body at. Besides that, I also have been smart to take care subordinate or brothers make sure...

    Character creation, Critical thinking, Friendship 763  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural

    Even after 56 years of Independence, right from the Nehru era to the Vajpayee era, the rural India of today still short of basic amenities, like drinking water, electricity, roads, housing, food and clothing. Once Gandhiji told the renowned author Mr. Mulk Raj Anand that we can't build India unless we build villages. Gandhiji wanted to make the villages independent republics, independent in governance and for routine requirements, governed by the people of the villages and self sufficient for...

    City, Population, Rainwater harvesting 1417  Words | 5  Pages

  • rural life vs. urban life

    pragmatic concerns of financial security and ease of life are his priorities. He has made himself perfectly at home in the modern economy: he works as a lawyer dealing with rich men's legal documents. He is therefore an opposite or complement to Bartleby in many ways. He is also ill suited to be entrusted with the salvation of another. "Bartleby the Scrivener" is one of the first great stories of corporate discontent. The emptiness of modern business life is an important theme. The description of the office...

    Bartleby, Bartleby, the Scrivener, Dead letter office 2478  Words | 6  Pages

  • Advantages&Disadvantages of Rural&Urban Life

    Rural-Urban Differentials in the Attitude of Global Systems of GSM Ndagi, Oduwole & Sanusi Rural-Urban Differentials in the Attitude of Global Systems of Mobile Communication (GSM) Consumers to Merits and Demerits of GSM Technology in Ogun State, Nigeria I. Ndagi O. O. Oduwole R. A. Sanusi Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria AFRICA ABSTRACT The advent of the Global System of Mobile Communication (GSM) in Nigeria has become the order of most day-to-day activities; however, consumers of GSM...

    Base station, Cellular network, City 2168  Words | 8  Pages

  • Advantages of Fb on Student's Life

    Advantages of Facebook on student’s life Hello everybody! Welcome to my presentation today! My name’s Quỳnh and you can call me Ruby Wu. ^^ Now, I am very glad to give a short presentation about such an exciting topic: Advantages of Facebook on Students’ life. I am sure that everyone I know owns at least 1 Facebook account. And have you ever wondered why you use Facebook? I, What’s Facebook??? Not so long ago, college students lived in a world without Facebook, the social networking site that...

    Classmates.com, Facebook, LinkedIn 917  Words | 3  Pages

  • Greek Life Advantages and Disadvantages

    Sidney Powers English 101:099 Stephanie Metz 9 November 2011 College Greek Life Versus Non-Greek The leap from high school to college is real and can be challenging for many students. In your first few weeks of college, the tasks thrown on you can be seen as overwhelming and difficult. Finding the perfect balance between social life, academics, community involvement, and leadership is not easy. The Greek life community is the perfect way to ease into your freshman year and figure out where...

    Community service, Fraternal and service organizations, Fraternities and sororities 1532  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rural Insurance

    India’s life insurance firms have exceeded expectations in terms of growing their business in rural India, both among the rural wealthy and the not-so-wealthy, and most firms in the business are actually ahead of targets laid down by the sector’s regulator, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, or Irda. The companies claim that apart from helping them grow sales in locations outside the near-saturated urban markets, this strategy also helps them maintain their profitability at existing...

    Business, City, Economics 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural vs. Urban

    Rural Community vs. Urban Community Some people prefer the hustle and bustle of the city life while others prefer the relaxed and laid back life of the country. Living in a rural community and living in an urban community are completely different. Most people have their preference of where they would like to live. Your lifestyle will always be influenced by the society in which you choose to live. Some people find a rural life boring while other people find an urban life too chaotic. To some...

    City, Developed environments, Population 775  Words | 3  Pages

  • urban life is better than life

    Is urban living better than rural living? Related Topics: Home Add a New Topic Add to My Favorites Debate This Topic Report This Topic 22% Say Yes 78% Say No Culture and opportunities abound I understand the other side, but as a younger person, I find living near an urban center to be invaluable. Crime is rarely anything to worry about. The main reason is that in the search to find oneself, there are a plethora of opportunities in cities. You can walk down one block and experience...

    City, Crime, Developed environments 903  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural life vs urban life

    Rural life vs Urban life Nowadays the smaller rural communities are considered to be more sociable and pleasant to live in than larger urban communities. Are these assumptions factual or are they merely based on sentiment? The most important difference can be found by comparing the sociological structure of farm life to the same structure in a city. Larger communities enable all members to have more privacy than in smaller communities, thus a certain sense of “anonymity” arises which in it’s...

    City, Ecology, Rural 423  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in the Country

    Some advantages to living in the country include these points: Clean Air, no neighbors, open spaces, quiet, birds, deer and other critters. You have to love nature to live in the country. No crime, and people are usually friendly. Some disadvantages to living in the country include these points: No shopping mall or large supermarket. Power outages occur more often and usually out in the country everything runs on electric, like a well pump so you can flush the toilet, so no power and therefore...

    City, Ecology, Population 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • Understanding The Rural Consumer

    Understanding the rural consumer The biggest challenge is to understand the perceptions, viewpoints and actual needs of the rural people, which is dramatically different from urban people. Low per capita income India is the fourth largest economy in the world due to a strong economic growth but still has a low per capita income of 1570 dollars It results in low consumption pattern as compared to the urban population. Low literacy levels There are not enough opportunities for education in rural areas...

    City, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh 643  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Sociology

    DEFINITION OF RURAL SOCIOLOGY According to A.R. Desai, “The prime objective of Rural Sociology should be to make a systematic, scientific and comprehensive study of the rural social organisation, of its structure function and objective tendencies of development and on the basis of such a study to discover the laws of is development. Since every science social or natural, has for its aim the discovery of the hither to hidden laws of development of a domain of nature or society, the basic task of Rural Sociology...

    American Sociological Association, Rural, Rural community development 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • City Life and Rural Life

    City Life and Rural Life Population and the economy growth lead to an increase in demand of land. Now, most of the countryside is constructing high buildings and large mansions; thus, more countryside has been developed into urban city, and it may disappear in the future. Is countryside becoming less important to us? No, there are three reasons can explain it, and they are relationship, health and happiness. People in the city usually do not have good relationship between each other. They are very...

    City, Health, Nutrition 653  Words | 2  Pages

  • Urban Versus Rural Life

    Urban versus Rural Living Every country has its own taste, lifestyles and certain norms and standards. Every country presents two different types of culture in that very setting. There has always been a sharp distinction between urban and rural living, with each having its particular advantages and disadvantages. Both these present contrasting characters with different lifestyles and different perception of life. It has been noted that one of the contrast between...

    City, Ecology, Human habitats 738  Words | 2  Pages

  • Future of Rural Insurance in India

    FUTURE OF RURAL INSURANCE IN INDIA India is fast emerging on the world map as a strong economy and a global power. The country is going through a phase of rapid development and growth. All the vital industries and sectors of the country are registering growth and thus, luring foreign investors. And insurance sector is one of them. The rural market in India, constituting 742 million people, is by far the largest potential market in the world. The annual rural household income of Rs 56,630 (as per...

    Business insurance, Economics, Endowment policy 786  Words | 3  Pages

  • Life

    delicate positioning of the rural, Catholic dominated County Donegal, as it is positioned in Northern Ireland, a region where Donegal is surrounded by mainly Protestant counties. Even though it is in Northern Ireland, Donegal is politically part of the Republic of Ireland, and therefore it is in a very geographically and religiously isolated position. Donegal is home to the main characters of the Mundy sisters in Brian Friel’s play Dancing at Lughnasa. The same rural, isolated atmosphere of Donegal...

    Brian Friel, Conor McPherson, County Donegal 2016  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural and Urban

    RURAL AND URBAN Imagine that all people live in villages or they all live in cities. How would the life be if people lived the same lifestyle? A proverb in Yemen says,” Being rural is the best color of lifestyle.’’ In which is meant living in villages is better than living in cities. Well, there is no doubt that life in villages is so beautiful, and very interesting indeed, but at the same there are people who prefer to live in metropolitan cities and this is due to their lust of living...

    City, Developed environments, Education 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • Comparison-American City Life and Rural Life

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    Applied sciences, Cooking, Course 1516  Words | 7  Pages

  • Differences Between Urban and Rural Settlements

    cautious in expressing their feelings. • Higher levels of parental monitoring are associated with better child and adolescent outcomes in urban, but not rural, families. This suggests that parents alter their parenting strategies to fit the environmental circumstances. • Urban families receive, give, and expect more help from friends than do rural families; they also expect less help from relatives. • An urban area is an area with an increased density of human-created structures in comparison to...

    City, Developed environments, Metropolitan area 1658  Words | 5  Pages

  • Aging in a Rural Community

    Aging in a Rural Community Wanda W. Jones Webster University Introduction Living and aging in a rural community has many challenges. The aging of America in rural communities has gone from being the prominent lifestyle of American citizens to approximately a quarter of the country living in rural areas. Because elders prefer to remain in their homes and age in place, living in rural communities presents barriers that are not easily overcome. Transportation is a critical component of aging...

    Ageism, Aging, Geriatrics 2088  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Economy

    Bangladesh. The debate on life can go on forever without coming to a particular conclusion. Life goes on in a certain way in the rural areas and in another way in urban areas. The life struggle of the people in the rural areas and in the urban areas is very different. That's why it is not really a very good idea to put on some fancy thoughts regarding the rural life sitting in an urbanized atmosphere. It is an imperative to come out of the shell of urbanization and go to the rural areas if someone really...

    City, Historiography, Population 1508  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Marketing

    and markets these products in India and across the globe. Coromandel is the second largest manufacturer of Malathion and only the second manufacturer of Phenthoate. Coromandel has also ventured into the retail business setting up more than 640 rural retail centers in the States of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The Company clocked a turnover of Rs.9, 823 crore during FY 2011-12. lt was ranked among the top 20 best companies to work for by Business Today and was also voted as one of the ten ...

    Department store, Retailing 1815  Words | 7  Pages

  • Potentials and Constraints of Rural Development in Zambia

    essential for every aspect of life. To improve a nation, the economy has to be developed. Among the socio-economic targets of all countries is the development of the rural areas. Rural development in general is usually used to denote the actions and initiatives taken to improve the standard of living in non-urban neighborhoods, countryside, and remote villages. This paper intends to discuss rural development, how its brought about and the effects both positive and negatives of rural development. The later...

    Development, Development economics, Economic development 1901  Words | 6  Pages

  • rural insurance

    Rural Insurance in India the untapped waters The real source of marketing promise is not wealthy few in the developing world, or even the emerging middle income consumers. It is the billions of aspiring poor who are joining the market economy for the first time.                                                                                                                                             ---C.K.Prahlad Rural India is where the next ‘big’ opportunity is. Indian rural market constitutes...

    Annuity, Economics, Endowment policy 910  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Ngos in Rural Developement

    Role of NGOs in Rural Development Shridhar Hegde, 2nd year MBA MSRIT Bangalore Kishan B.V , 2nd year MBA MSRIT Bangalore Abstract India has been a land of villages and the Government of India has been Implementing numerous rural development programmes for the upliftment of rural Communities. Non-government organizations with their advantage of non- rigid, locality specific, felt need-based, beneficiary oriented and committed nature of service...

    Government of India, India, Non-governmental organization 1296  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Comparative Study: Quality of Life in Rural and Urban Communities (partial)

    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Introduction “The unexamined life is not worth living.” - Socrates The saying by Socrates which dates back 469 BC - 399 BC is a written proof that even in the ancient times of Greece, man is already searching for what constitutes a good life and how to quantify and examine living conditions. Happiness, life satisfaction, and subjective well-being are closely connected to quality of life. Accordingly, quality of life is defined based on different approaches. It can depend...

    Batangas City, City, Happiness 1494  Words | 5  Pages

  • City Life Vs Country Life

    there are more students to participate making it worth holding many activities after school. It gives students more leisure time to enjoy being active rather than going home to watch television on their free time.     Job opportunities are also an advantage of living in the city, as there are many corporations, and businesses where there is a higher chance of getting hired most likely with a higher pay too. There are many different jobs fieldsto pursue in the city to fit your criteria. [M]any economists...

    City, Crime, Developed environments 1643  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural Sociology

    Rural sociology is a field of sociology associated with the study of social life in rural areas. It is an active field in much of the world, and in the United States originated in the 1910s with close ties to the national Department of Agriculture and land-grant university colleges of agriculture.[1] The sociology of food and agriculture is one focus of rural sociology and much of the field is dedicated to the economics of farm production. Other areas of study include rural migration and other demographic...

    Agricultural experiment station, Agriculture, Land-grant university 1569  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Transport

    Rural transport is a public good and therefore if examined purely from a private cost basis will always be uneconomic. So I think that the best mean of transport for rural communities is the bus services. There are social benefits arising from better public transport provision in rural areas which include greenhouse gas emissions reduction, social inclusion, and rural development opportunities. For this reason, additional public funding is required to support rural transport provision. A portion...

    City, Economy, Population 885  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural vs Urban Life

    urban areas who are unhappy with their environs – and there are also a lot of people in rural areas who yearn for something different (I live very close to at least a few of these folks – they lived in a small town because they thought it would benefit their children, but they’re not happy with the tradeoffs). Having said that, I tried to build a list of the most positive aspects of both urban and rural life, based on the aspects of each that I find most appealing. I’m quite sure the readers will...

    City, Des Moines, Iowa, Ecology 574  Words | 2  Pages

  • Urban and Rural

    Difference between Rural and Urban Life: |SR .NO |Rural Life |Urban life | |1 |Environment: Close / direct contact with nature. |Greater isolation from nature. Predominance of manmade | | |Preliminaries influenced by natural environmental |(artificial environment). | | |elements like rain, heat, drought, frost, sow...

    City, Émile Durkheim, Population 625  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ecology and City Life

    and cost. I. First, city life differs from farm life in lifestyle. A. City life 1. Lots of entertainment 2. Plenty of businesses and stores 3. Full-time jobs 4. Fast food 5. Busy life 6. Lots of crime B. Farm life 1. Lack of entertainment 2. Less businesses and stores 3. Physical work 4. Healthy farm food 5. Quiet life 6. No crime C. Therefore, the differences in lifestyle between city life and farm life are significant. II. Second...

    City, Ecology, English-language films 779  Words | 3  Pages

  • Comparison-American City Life and Rural Life

    Was life in an American city better or worse than life on the farm for the average American?" Substantiate your answer with facts/examples. (Ch. 18) Does it really make a difference where you live? Is there any change in people's lives if they live in the city or the country? With no pun intended, this is a chicken and egg question – do urban and rural residents choose where they want to live based on their lifestyle preferences or do lifestyles change because of the environment? The word Rural"...

    City, Ecology, Population 584  Words | 2  Pages

  • rural livelihood

    FACULTY OF CONSERVATION, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COURSE : SOCIAL ECONOMICS OF RURAL LIVELIHOOD CODE : ERL213 LECTURE : FRANCIS UNGAPEMBE STUDENT : GIFT KAPOTA YEAR : 2 ASSIGNMENT : Seven QUESTION : Discuss the role of government in promoting socio-economics of rural livelihood DUE DATE : 7 September 2013 DATE SUBMITTED: 2 September...

    Economic development, Economics, Land reform 1383  Words | 4  Pages

  • Life in Rural and Urban Socities

    SCIENCE STUDENT’S MANUAL UNIT II: RURAL AND URBAN SOCIETY (PART-I) LIFE IN RURAL AND URBAN SOCIETY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. CONTENT  Society: Its definition and its types  Comparative Analysis:  The differences between the urban and the rural society on the basis of: a) Living conditions. b) Educational facilities. c) Nature of employment opportunities/ d) Occupations in the rural and the urban society. e) Availability of communication facilities in the rural and the urban society. f) Choices...

    City, Population, Rural 4177  Words | 18  Pages

  • Rural Tourism

    WHISTLING WOODS TOURS AND TRAVELS ‘RURAL INDIA…Pure. Natural. Unspoiled. The way life should be…’ About Rural Tourism Villages are abundant in refreshing greenery, openness, fresh natural airs, pastoral beauty, and touching and winsome rustic simplicity. Far away from the hustle and bustle of congested cities’ life, and polluted air & ambience, villages offer fresh comforting breezes, lavish openness, and pleasant & soothing solitude. Thus, the village tourism is an expedient means of spending...

    City, Marketing, Mexico 1287  Words | 5  Pages

  • Advantages

    Advantages of marginal costing (Relative to the absorption costing) Preparation of routine operating statements using absorption costing is considered less informative for the following reasons: 1. Profit per unit is a misleading figure: in the example above the operating margin of Rs2 per unit arises because fixed overhead per unit is based on output of 5,000 units. If another basis were used margin per unit would differ even though fixed overhead was the same amount in total 2. Build-up or ru...

    Cost, Costs, Earnings before interest and taxes 1109  Words | 4  Pages

  • Life

    I) Life: An overview of production “The Earth is home to more than 30 million different animals and plants – every single one fighting to survive. […] the epic television series Life is the definitive exploration of our planet’s living things and their spectacular, bizarre and fascinating behaviors” (“A Landmark”, 2010). Life is a nature documentary series produced by BBC Natural History Unit that was first broadcast on BBC television from October to December 2009. The production of Life series...

    BBC Natural History Unit, Camera, Cinematography 2279  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural Market

    Rural markets From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Rural Markets are defined as those segments of overall market of any economy, which are distinct from the other types of markets like stock market, commodity markets or Labor economics. Rural Markets constitute an important segment of overall economy, for example, in the USA, out of about 3000 countries, around 2000 counties are rural, that is, non-urbanized, with population of 55 million. Typically, a rural...

    Marketing, Marketing research, Rural culture 2557  Words | 7  Pages

  • Urban and Rural Life (Collection)

    There has always been a sharp distinction between urban and rural living, with each having its particular advantages and disadvantages. From a personal perspective, I am more inclined to live in a small town rather than a big city. To me, it boils down to more peace and quiet; a better environment to live in; and family safety. To begin with, small towns are usually quiet and relatively calm. The pace of life is relaxed and the low number of cars and people makes for a peaceful setting without...

    American films, City, Ecology 504  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Advantages of City Life

    The Advantages Of City Life        Some people prefer to live in a small town. Others prefer to live in a big city. Which place would you prefer to live in? Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.         The Advantages of City Life                     There are undeniable advantages to both life in a big city and in a small town. The former offers more excitement and convenience while the latter offers a cleaner, quieter and often friendlier place to live. However, despite the advantages...

    American films, City, Clinic 591  Words | 2  Pages

  • Education and Rural Areas

    minimum literacy levels among the poor? Yes they can be used in the absence of minimum literacy levels among the poor. The ICT plays a big role in the rural areas and benefits the people that live there. ICT’s are used in the poor communities to empower and help the illiterate and people with less knowledge. Applications in agricultural and rural development have often been to provide direct access to market and weather information for the poor and also provides knowledge support to research and...

    Education, Educational psychology, Gender 768  Words | 3  Pages

  • City Life

    CITY LIFE Advantages and disadvantages of living in cities My personal attitude toward cities and living there Every now and then we ask ourselves whether it’s better to live in a city our in a countryside. I haven’t yet decided for myself whether I want to spend my whole life in a city or not. City life has its advantages and disadvantages. First of all, it is easier to find work in the city than in the country, besides, salaries are much higher and one has a larger variety of jobs to pick...

    City, Madrid, Moscow 1198  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urban vs Rural Life

    Term Papers on Urban Vs Rural Life Every country has its own taste, lifestyles and certain norms and standards. Every country presents two different types of culture in that very setting. Yes, I am talking about the rural and urban life. Both these present contrasting characters with different lifestyles and different perception of life. It has been noted that one of the contrast between leading an urban and a rural life is that in the countryside much of the time is spent finding something...

    City, Ecology, Population 455  Words | 2  Pages

  • Life in a big city.

    with all the basic comforts of life. Man started living in cities. Cities became the major centers of live hood. A city has larger population compared to a town and a village. Life is full of activities in a big city. A big city is a centre of all types of education. It is a centre of trade, medical facilities, business and recreation. The population increase during the daytime. People staying the nearby villages and towns come to the city on different errands. Life in a big city starts early in...

    City, Developed environments, Population 895  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urbanization and Rural Migrants

    whereby settlements grow in terms of population number and/or physical size Megacity: A giant metropolis with a population of at least 10 million Slums: A residential area that is physically and socially deteriorated and in which satisfactory family life is impossible. Squatters: Shelters with poor structural quality and developed without legal claims to the land and/or permission from the concerned authorities Trends in urbanisation General trends: In 1950, there were two megacities with...

    City, Population, Poverty 1951  Words | 7  Pages

  • Advantages of Living in a Big City

    Advantages of living in a big city Big city is an exciting place to be in, it’s full live and movement 24 hours a day. Live is very easy. All facilities are available schools, hospitals and malls.   In addition, there are the wide streets and tall buildings. Therefore, most people prefer living in a big city to benefit these advantages. However, I will discuss three main advantages of living in a big city. Big city contains different institutions, banks, hotels and airports. So people living in...

    City, Culture, Debut albums 1110  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Area

    LADI AND CHIKOR LADI AND CHIKOR is backward village in India. It comes in rural area. Firstly I want to give description about ladi and chikor: -  Population:- Near 2000  Electricity & transportation& education Ladi & chikor’s people are fight with lack of electricity, lack of good road, Lack of education. There are 90 % people are uneducated lots of people are depend on Agriculture...

    City, Employment, Health care 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Characteristics Of Urban And Rural

    http://www.friendsmania.net/forum/b-com-part-1-pakistan-studies-notes/27009.htm Q.3. Describe the differences between the rural and urban societies in Pakistan.  Rural Societies Pakistan is an agriculture country and 80% of its people form the rural population of the country. The villages, towns and small cities form the rural areas of Pakistan. Their main profession is cultivation اِصلاح and ploughing. The entire population of Pakistan is scattered and resides in villages, towns and big cities...

    City, Developed environments, Population 1501  Words | 6  Pages

  • Visiting a Rural Area

    VISIT IN A RURAL AREA Prepared forMr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor Course Instructor: Bangladesh Studies Prepared byMd. Tamzidur Rahman Roll-05 Section-A Batch-BBA 19th Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka March 6, 2013 1|Page Letter of Transmittal March 6, 2013 Mr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka. Sir, Here is the assignment on ‘Visit in a rural area’ that I prepared for our...

    City, Rural area, Rural economics 1681  Words | 7  Pages

  • Quality of Life

    According to the research done by UN Human Development Index, 2005, Australia is the third most livable country in the year 2005 based on the citizen's quality of life rather than bringing into account Australia's economic figures (www.wikipedia.org, 18/11/2006). "Quality of life is both objective and subjective. Each of these two axes comprises several domains which, together, define the total construct. Objective domains are measured through culturally relevant indices of objective well-being...

    City, Ecology, Rural 966  Words | 3  Pages

  • village life is better than city

    when the research don't work it should be think by mind. Today's life has many difficulties and people are the victims, so they plan to make it easy as they canother. So they can reach a good position. They have more friends in the community since it is small. The village people always try to protect their traditional habits and culture. The village has clean air and the environment is very beautiful. The village has less noise and rush. So the pollution is less. The village has not lot of vehicles...

    City, Developed environments, Population 1925  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Life Vs Urban Life

    What are rural values. cities and metropolises were rare up until five hundred years ago. Neighbors are also a big part of country life. One might feel comfortable that he knows and is well known by his neighbors maybe as a sense of protection. Honesty is also another stereotypical trait portrayed by rural people, possibly due to fewer obstacles and variables city people have to deal with. Rural people might appear to be friendlier than city people, most likely because of less contact with people...

    Chicago, City, Metropolitan area 550  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rural Women's Life in Late Imperial China

    I chose to read and write about this book out of curiosity, how did Woman Wang die? How can this "novel" be a historical work? I opened the book expecting to see the whole life of Woman Wang, and I was wrong. As Spence has commented "… she has been to me like one of those stones that one sees shimmering through the water at low tide and picks up from the waves almost with regret, knowing that in a few moments the colors suffusing the stone will fade and disappear as the stone dries in the sun...

    Gender, Late Imperial China, Sociology 1002  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Study in Marketing Fmcg to Rural Consumer

    Hindustan Lever's Project: Case Study in Marketing FMCG to Rural Consumer With the population of over 1.2 billion and vast territory, India maintains an annual economic growth rate of over 6.5% since 1998. In this fast developing market, India enhances specific characteristics in many aspects: the consumer preference, marketing channel, market liquidity, distributors and manufactories, and so on. Therefore, administrators have to make decisions and strategies corresponding to this circumstance...

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