Dr. Peter Korsching • Emeritus Professor
Current research is concerned with the changes and interrelationships of agriculture and rural communities and their continuing viability. This includes the examination of such factors as public policies that affect rural areas, adoption and diffusion of new technologies, conservation of natural resources, and strategies for rural development. A major interest is the application of human ecology theory for the explanation of changes in rural society.
What's New with Dr. Korsching
Korsching, Peter F., John C. Allen, Rebbeca Vogt, and Steven G. Sapp. 2008. "Community Leaders, Business Ownership, and Support of Entrepreneurship Development: The Role of Macroentrepreneurs." Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society (In press).
Korsching, Peter F., and Gregory Peter. 2007. “Graduate student professional development in applied sociology courses through group research projects.” Applied Social Science 1:19-28.
Korsching, Peter F. and David J. Roelfs. 2005. “Change agent innovativeness: Community economic development directors’ attitudes toward telecommunications.” Journal of Applied Sociology/Sociological Practice 7:67-90.