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Author Aref, Fariborz
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Participant Perception Towards Group-farming Programme ♦ Peninsular Malaysia ♦ Agricultural Production ♦ Living Concrete Testimony ♦ Structure Management ♦ Continuous Change ♦ Felcra Authority ♦ People Understood ♦ Participant Response Towards Group ♦ Policy Guideline ♦ Possible Impact ♦ Agricultural Sector ♦ Poor Performance ♦ Production System ♦ Possible Underlying Reason ♦ Physical Development ♦ Strong Develop ♦ Malaysian Government ♦ Traditional Smallholder ♦ Little Standard ♦ Socio-economic Implication ♦ Endless Effort ♦ Farming Community
Abstract Abstract: This study was designed to examine the nature of perception of the participants towards the programme with a view to determine to what extent the people understood and internalised all aspects of the programme and hence try to intelligently conjecture possible underlying reasons for any poor performance on part of the participants. Specifically, the study attempted to assess the participants ’ response towards group farming as a concept and to identify factors related to their perception. Finally it is hoped that socio-economic implications thus derived would allow for some policy guidelines to be drawn. This is important in view of the possible impact of the reorganization of the production system had on the traditional smallholders; with the introduction of a more formally schemes structure management under the FELCRA authority. Key words: Agricultural Production Land Development Group Farming Malaysia INTRODUCTION million hectares of land is expected to be developed and The endless efforts of the Malaysian Government to Such physical development certainly presents a strong develop the agricultural sector and improve the living concrete testimony of FELCRA'S success. However, little standard of the farming community since independence has been done to examine the socio-psychological have been continuous changes taking place in all aspects of the progress that the study on which this
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