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Cultural and social explanation of the water consumption in agriculture with emphasis on agricultural attitude measurement in Garmsar County
Bizhan Zare -, Salahedin Ghaderi -, Mohammadkazem Koohi -, Zhila Moshiri -
culture heritage research center
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The statistical population of this study is all farmers in Garmsar County, which according to the statistics of the Agricultural Department, the number of them is 5675 people. Of these, 366 people were selected randomly according to the Cochran formula, and information were gathered through a researcher-made questionnaire. The research method is quantitative and we have tried to use the multivariate modeling of structural equation to test the model derived from the theoretical framework of the research. The theoretical framework of research is the theory of peasant subculture and Bourdieu's theory of cultural, social and economic capital types. The findings show that experimental data support the theoretical model based on different types of processing indicators. Also, the assumptions that indicate a meaningful relationship between different types of capital and peasant subculture were confirmed, and those that emphasized the existence of a meaningful relationship between different types of capital and the attitude towards water use in agriculture were rejected. There is also a significant relationship between peasant subculture and the attitude towards water use in agriculture. According to the final result, various types of economic, cultural and social capital indirectly affect the attitude toward water use through the peasant subculture variables.
Keywords: Water consumption, peasant subculture, cultural capital, social capital, economic capital
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Received: 2018/08/2 | Accepted: 2019/05/1 | Published: 2019/05/1
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zare B, ghaderi S, koohi M, moshiri Z. Cultural and social explanation of the water consumption in agriculture with emphasis on agricultural attitude measurement in Garmsar County. scds. 2018; 7 (2) :9-37
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