Some Considerations for Research on Smart and Novelty Villages in Global Rural Areas
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Paniagua, A. (2023). Some Considerations for Research on Smart and Novelty Villages in Global Rural Areas. Agricultural & Rural Studies, 1(1), 0006. (Original work published May 18, 2023)


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