Социология сельской экономики в Южном Сулавеси

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Аннотация:
Индонезия известна как крупнейшая в мире страна-архипелаг. В общей сложности она состоит из 17,508 островов и занимает второе место в мире по длине береговой линии - 81 000 км. Около 67% общей площади занимают прибрежные районы и океан.
В 1976 году количество бедных людей составляло 54,2 млн, т.е. около 40% всего населения Индонезии. В Южном Сулавеси в 2010 году около 913 400 человек (11,6% от общей численности населения) находилось за чертой бедности, из них 794 200 (86,95%) проживало в сельской местности. Государственные органы, а также неправительственные организации оказывают всестороннюю помощь сельскому населению данного региона.

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социология, государственное вмешательство, сельская экономика
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