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If you bring up a child in a rural area, will they have less access to education and culture, which may harm their development.

Or would less access to certain things increase their wanting to travel and explore?

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closed as off topic by Beofett Aug 4 '11 at 18:50

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This question seems pretty general. Unfortunately, open-ended discussions do very poorly on our site, and are considered off topic. I am closing this for now, but if you can rephrase the question to ask something a little more specific, we can see about re-opening it. – Beofett Aug 4 '11 at 18:50

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