ruralness

ruralness

(ˈrʊərəlnɪs)
n
the state or quality of being rural
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This time we're out in the country where the ruralness adds to the bleakness of people's spirits.
We also tested program interactions with the ruralness of the GP's practice, to see whether the enhanced incentive level in rural areas resulted in greater program impact.
30) The success of the new parties in fielding candidates and winning seats in Osaka and Nagoya cities is linked to the high degree of urbanness in these regions, while the failure of the new parties in Shiga and parts of Aichi outside of Nagoya city is linked to their ruralness.
The insignificance of the respondent's ruralness (proxied by the walking time from the respondent's house to the nearest town) indicates that whether the respondent resides in a rural or urban location has no relationship with that person's probability of more-than-voice use.
Those places have been engulfed by population and the ruralness has gone away.
This, in turn, permits a definition of ruralness to encompass and move beyond negative geographical location and farm labor history; envisioning the robust sense of place for research and reform that rural landscapes encompass.
There was an attempt to ensure diversity by sampling from different industries and communities with differing degrees of ruralness and remoteness in order to explore similarities and differences between the participants (Eisenhardt, 2002; Rubin and Rubin, 1995).
Hood added: "In Newmarket we have something unique and special, and Forest Heath District Council and Robin Millar don't seem capable of getting the message that if you destroy the ruralness of Newmarket and turn the town from a market town into a another faceless conurbation you destroy the racing industry as a whole as people won't want to have their horses in training here.
Instead, they focused on place (Resort Dress); region (Arizona Squaw Dress); ruralness (McMullens Country Style); regionalism (Desert Togs, Frontier Squaw Dress); time of year (Spring Squaw Dress); ethnicity (Tohono Squaw Dress, Navajo Squaw Dress); activity (Rodeo Squaw Dress, square dance costume); the type of fabric used (Patio Dress); screen-printed fabric designs (kachina dancers on the Kachina Squaw Dress, stylized "thunderbirds" Hohokam pottery designs painted by Tucson artist Ted DeGrazia, or Navajo sandpainting figures on the Rainbow Goddess Squaw Dress); or festive occasions (Fiesta Dress).
In The Great God Pan and the Inmost Light and The Three Impostors, Machen's relish for London sights and sounds constitutes artistic counterpointing to episodes of supernaturalism or ruralness, as they may exist in these books or elsewhere in his writings.
Now we unashamedly use our ruralness and northernness as a brand mechanism.