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Agriculture and Human Values

1984 - 2018

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Volume 35, issue 2, 2018

Can sustainability auditing be indigenized? pp. 283-294 Downloads
John Reid and Matthew Rout
Extending ethical consumerism theory to semi-legal sectors: insights from recreational cannabis pp. 295-317 Downloads
Elizabeth A. Bennett
Cooptation or solidarity: food sovereignty in the developed world pp. 319-329 Downloads
Mark Christopher Navin and J. M. Dieterle
Civic seeds: new institutions for seed systems and communities—a 2016 survey of California seed libraries pp. 331-347 Downloads
Daniela Soleri
Do advisors perceive climate change as an agricultural risk? An in-depth examination of Midwestern U.S. Ag advisors’ views on drought, climate change, and risk management pp. 349-365 Downloads
Sarah P. Church, Michael Dunn, Nicholas Babin, Amber Saylor Mase, Tonya Haigh and Linda S. Prokopy
How knowledge deficit interventions fail to resolve beginning farmer challenges pp. 367-381 Downloads
Adam Calo
Off to market: but which one? Understanding the participation of small-scale farmers in short food supply chains—a Hungarian case study pp. 383-398 Downloads
Zsófia Benedek, Imre Fertő and Adrienn Molnár
Crop diversity in homegardens of southwest Uganda and its importance for rural livelihoods pp. 399-424 Downloads
Cory W. Whitney, Eike Luedeling, John R. S. Tabuti, Antonia Nyamukuru, Oliver Hensel, Jens Gebauer and Katja Kehlenbeck
Seeing below the surface: making soil processes visible to Ugandan smallholder farmers through a constructivist and experiential extension approach pp. 425-440 Downloads
Lauren Pincus, Heidi Ballard, Emily Harris and Kate Scow
Drawing lines in the cornfield: an analysis of discourse and identity relations across agri-food networks pp. 441-456 Downloads
Sarah Rotz
Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS) in Mexico: a theoretic ideal or everyday practice? pp. 457-472 Downloads
Sonja Kaufmann and Christian R. Vogl
Moving away from technocratic framing: agroecology and food sovereignty as possible alternatives to alleviate rural malnutrition in Bangladesh pp. 473-487 Downloads
Manoj Misra
Socio-economic research on genetically modified crops: a study of the literature pp. 489-513 Downloads
Georgina Catacora-Vargas, Rosa Binimelis, Anne I. Myhr and Brian Wynne
Traditional beneficiaries: trade bans, exemptions, and morality embodied in diets pp. 515-527 Downloads
Kristie O’Neill
Farmland loss and concern in the Treasure Valley pp. 529-536 Downloads
Jillian l. Moroney and Rebecca Som Castellano
Todd LeVasseur, Pramod Parajuli and Norman Wirzba (eds.): Religion and sustainable agriculture: world spiritual traditions and food ethics pp. 537-538 Downloads
Christian Kelly Scott
Ruerd Ruben, Paul Hoebink (eds.): Coffee certification in East Africa: impact on farmers, families and cooperatives pp. 539-540 Downloads
Merielle C. Stamm
Kenneth McGill: Global inequality: anthropological insights pp. 541-542 Downloads
Noel B. Habashy
Peter Poschen: Decent work, green jobs and the sustainable economy: solutions for climate change and sustainable development pp. 543-544 Downloads
Bipana Paudel Timilsena
Devra I. Jarvis, T. Hodgkin, A.H.D. Brown, J. Tuxill, I. Lopez Noriega, M. Smale, and B. Sthapit: Crop genetic diversity in the field and on the farm: principles and applications in research practices pp. 545-546 Downloads
Maria F. Vivanco
Randall A. Bluffstone and Elizabeth J. Z. Robinson (eds.): Forest tenure reform in Asia and Africa: local control for improved livelihoods, forest management, and carbon sequestration pp. 547-548 Downloads
Sarah Eissler
Ottavio Quirico and Mouloud Boumghar (eds.): Climate change and human rights: an international and comparative law perspective pp. 549-550 Downloads
Ionica Oncioiu

Volume 35, issue 1, 2018

Why is meat so important in Western history and culture? A genealogical critique of biophysical and political-economic explanations pp. 1-17 Downloads
Robert M. Chiles and Amy J. Fitzgerald
Stacking functions: identifying motivational frames guiding urban agriculture organizations and businesses in the United States and Canada pp. 19-39 Downloads
Nathan McClintock and Michael Simpson
Changes in Ghanaian farming systems: stagnation or a quiet transformation? pp. 41-66 Downloads
Nazaire Houssou, Michael Johnson, Shashi Kolavalli and Collins Asante-Addo
Reconnecting through local food initiatives? Purpose, practice and conceptions of ‘value’ pp. 67-81 Downloads
Cayla Albrecht and John Smithers
Metropolitan farmers markets in Minneapolis and Vienna: a values-based comparison pp. 83-97 Downloads
Milena Klimek, Jim Bingen and Bernhard Freyer
Farmers’ perceptions of coexistence between agriculture and a large scale coal seam gas development pp. 99-115 Downloads
Neil I. Huth, Brett Cocks, Neal Dalgliesh, Perry L. Poulton, Oswald Marinoni and Javier Navarro Garcia
Social capital dimensions in household food security interventions: implications for rural Uganda pp. 117-129 Downloads
Haroon Sseguya, Robert E. Mazur and Cornelia B. Flora
Beyond polarization: using Q methodology to explore stakeholders’ views on pesticide use, and related risks for agricultural workers, in Washington State’s tree fruit industry pp. 131-147 Downloads
Nadine Lehrer and Gretchen Sneegas
"We are a business, not a social service agency." Barriers to widening access for low-income shoppers in alternative food market spaces pp. 149-162 Downloads
Kelly J. Hodgins and Evan D. G. Fraser
Indigenous worldviews and Western conventions: Sumak Kawsay and cocoa production in Ecuadorian Amazonia pp. 163-179 Downloads
Daniel Coq-Huelva, Bolier Torres-Navarrete and Carlos Bueno-Suárez
Contested fields: an analysis of anti-GMO politics on Hawai’i Island pp. 181-192 Downloads
Clare Gupta
Farm to school in British Columbia: mobilizing food literacy for food sovereignty pp. 193-206 Downloads
Lisa Jordan Powell and Hannah Wittman
Routine inertia and reactionary response in animal health best practice pp. 207-221 Downloads
Emma Jane Dillon, Thia Hennessy, Peter Howley, John Cullinan, Kevin Heanue and Anthony Cawley
Sustainable palm oil as a public responsibility? On the governance capacity of Indonesian Standard for Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) pp. 223-242 Downloads
Nia Kurniawati Hidayat, Astrid Offermans and Pieter Glasbergen
Hiding hunger: food insecurity in middle America pp. 243-254 Downloads
Lydia Zepeda
A climate for commerce: the political agronomy of conservation agriculture in Zambia pp. 255-268 Downloads
Ola Tveitereid Westengen, Progress Nyanga, Douty Chibamba, Monica Guillen-Royo and Dan Banik
Carlisle, Liz: Lentil underground: renegade farmers and the future of food in America pp. 269-270 Downloads
Merielle C. Stamm
Alex V. Barnard: Freegans: diving into the wealth of food waste in America pp. 271-272 Downloads
Johann Strube
Richa Kumar: Rethinking revolutions: soyabean, choupals, and the changing countryside in Central India pp. 273-274 Downloads
Jonathan Harwood
Amanda Kennedy and Jonathan Liljeblad (eds.): Food systems governance: challenges for justice, equality and human rights pp. 275-276 Downloads
Arie Sanders
Ndongo S. Sylla: The Fair Trade scandal: marketing poverty to benefit the rich pp. 277-278 Downloads
Andrew M. Husk
Peter Dauvergne: Environmentalism of the rich pp. 279-280 Downloads
Grace Wildermuth

Volume 34, issue 4, 2017

A quantitative analysis of food movement convergence in four Canadian provinces pp. 787-804 Downloads
Ashley McInnes, Evan Fraser, Ze’ev Gedalof and Jennifer Silver
Non-GMO vs organic labels: purity or process guarantees in a GMO contaminated landscape pp. 805-818 Downloads
Carmen Bain and Theresa Selfa
Which livestock production claims matter most to consumers? pp. 819-831 Downloads
Brenna Ellison, Kathleen Brooks and Taro Mieno
Understanding the organization of sharing economy in agri-food systems: evidence from alternative food networks in Valencia pp. 833-854 Downloads
Isabel Miralles, Domenico Dentoni and Stefano Pascucci
CSA shareholder food lifestyle behaviors: a comparison across consumer groups pp. 855-869 Downloads
Jairus Rossi, James E. Allen, Timothy A. Woods and Alison F. Davis
Millets, milk and maggi: contested processes of the nutrition transition in rural India pp. 871-885 Downloads
Carly Nichols
Producing space, cultivating community: the story of Prague´s new community gardens pp. 887-897 Downloads
Jana Spilková
The rise of food banks and the challenge of matching food assistance with potential need: towards a spatially specific, rapid assessment approach pp. 899-919 Downloads
Christopher M. Bacon and Gregory A. Baker
Get real: an analysis of student preference for real food pp. 921-932 Downloads
Jennifer Porter, David Conner, Jane Kolodinsky and Amy Trubek
Introduction to the symposium on feminist perspectives on human–nature relations pp. 933-940 Downloads
Daniela Gottschlich, Tanja Mölders and Martina Padmanbhan
Environmental justice and care: critical emancipatory contributions to sustainability discourse pp. 941-953 Downloads
Daniela Gottschlich and Leonie Bellina
Nature–gender relations within a social-ecological perspective on European multifunctional agriculture: the case of agrobiodiversity pp. 955-967 Downloads
Annemarie Burandt and Tanja Mölders
Formal and informal relations to rice seed systems in Kerala, India: agrobiodiversity as a gendered social-ecological artifact pp. 969-982 Downloads
Michaela Schöley and Martina Padmanabhan
Dualisms shaping human-nature relations: discovering the multiple meanings of social-ecological change in Wayanad pp. 983-994 Downloads
Isabelle Kunze
Exclusions in inclusive programs: state-sponsored sustainable development initiatives amongst the Kurichya in Kerala, India pp. 995-1006 Downloads
T. R. Suma and Kristina Großmann
Gender and sustainable livelihoods: linking gendered experiences of environment, community and self pp. 1007-1019 Downloads
Wendy Harcourt
AFHVS 2017 presidential address pp. 1021-1031 Downloads
Leland L. Glenna
Michael Marder: Grafts: writings on plants pp. 1033-1034 Downloads
Hannah Pitt
Paul B. Thompson, From field to fork: food ethics for everyone pp. 1035-1036 Downloads
Mark L. Wilson
Aya Hirata Kimura: Radiation brain moms and citizen scientists: the gender politics of food contamination after Fukushima pp. 1037-1038 Downloads
Amanda Green
John Crowe Ransom: Land! The case for an agrarian economy pp. 1039-1041 Downloads
Paul B. Thompson
Anne Bellows, Flavio Valente, Stefanie Lemke & María Daniela Núnez Burbano de Lara (eds): Gender, nutrition, and the human right to adequate food: toward an inclusive framework pp. 1043-1044 Downloads
Ann Waters-Bayer
Courtney Marie Dowdall and Ryan J. Klotz: Pesticides and global health: Understanding agrochemical dependence and investing in sustainable solutions pp. 1045-1046 Downloads
Daniel Wentz
Garrett M. Broad: More than just food, food justice and community change pp. 1047-1048 Downloads
Beth Gates
Connor J. Fitzmaurice and Brian J. Gareau: Organic futures: struggling for sustainability on the small farm pp. 1049-1050 Downloads
Sulav Paudel

Volume 34, issue 3, 2017

Navigating the tensions and agreements in alternative food and sustainability: a convention theoretical perspective on alternative food retail pp. 513-527 Downloads
Sini Forssell and Leena Lankoski
Invoices on scraps of paper: trust and reciprocity in local food systems pp. 529-542 Downloads
Shawn A. Trivette
When technology is more than instrumental: How ethical concerns in EU agriculture co-evolve with the development of GM crops pp. 543-557 Downloads
Linde Inghelbrecht, Gert Goeminne, Guido Huylenbroeck and Joost Dessein
Dietary regimes and the nutrition transition: bridging disciplinary domains pp. 559-572 Downloads
Anthony Winson and Jin Young Choi
From food security to food wellbeing: examining food security through the lens of food wellbeing in Nepal’s rapidly changing agrarian landscape pp. 573-589 Downloads
Hom Gartaula, Kirit Patel, Derek Johnson, Rachana Devkota, Kamal Khadka and Pashupati Chaudhary
Sociocultural tensions and wicked problems in sustainable agriculture education pp. 591-606 Downloads
Christopher D. Murakami, Mary K. Hendrickson and Marcelle A. Siegel
What’s good for the soil is good for the soul: scientific farming, environmental subjectivities, and the ethics of stewardship in southwestern Oklahoma pp. 607-618 Downloads
Tony N. VanWinkle and Jack R. Friedman
How global is my local milk? Evaluating the first-order inputs of “local” milk in Hawai‘i pp. 619-630 Downloads
Clare Gupta and Tamar Makov
A new era of civil rights? Latino immigrant farmers and exclusion at the United States Department of Agriculture pp. 631-643 Downloads
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern and Sea Sloat
Scientific boundary work and food regime transitions: the double movement and the science of food safety regulation pp. 645-661 Downloads
Amy A. Quark and Rachel Lienesch
Governments, grassroots, and the struggle for local food systems: containing, coopting, contesting and collaborating pp. 663-681 Downloads
Julia M. L. Laforge, Colin R. Anderson and Stéphane M. McLachlan
“You can’t manage with your heart”: risk and responsibility in farm to school food safety pp. 683-699 Downloads
Jennifer Jo Thompson, A. June Brawner and Usha Kaila
Internet-enabled access to alternative food networks: A comparison of online and offline food shoppers and their differing interpretations of quality pp. 701-712 Downloads
Benjamin Wills and Anthony Arundel
Contradictions, consequences and the human toll of food safety culture pp. 713-728 Downloads
Patrick Baur, Christy Getz and Jennifer Sowerwine
Improving farmers markets and challenging neoliberalism in Argentina pp. 729-742 Downloads
Isaac Sohn Leslie
Beyond food security: women’s experiences of urban agriculture in Cape Town pp. 743-755 Downloads
David W. Olivier and Lindy Heinecken
Identifying attributes of food system sustainability: emerging themes and consensus pp. 757-773 Downloads
Hallie Eakin, John Patrick Connors, Christopher Wharton, Farryl Bertmann, Angela Xiong and Jared Stoltzfus
Peter Jackson: Anxious appetites pp. 775-776 Downloads
Coleman A. Allums
Kristin Reynolds and Nevin Cohen: beyond the Kale—urban agriculture and social justice activism in New York City pp. 777-778 Downloads
Indrani Singh
Elspeth Probyn. Eating the Ocean pp. 779-780 Downloads
Carol J. Pierce Colfer
Lisa F. Clark: The changing politics of organic food in North America pp. 781-782 Downloads
Thelma I. Velez

Volume 34, issue 2, 2017

Grounding the financialization of farmland: perspectives on financial actors as new land owners in rural Australia pp. 251-265 Downloads
Sarah Ruth Sippel, Nicolette Larder and Geoffrey Lawrence
The dispute over wild rice: an investigation of treaty agreements and Ojibwe food sovereignty pp. 267-281 Downloads
Amanda Raster and Christina Gish Hill
Engaging farmers in environmental management through a better understanding of behaviour pp. 283-299 Downloads
Jane Mills, Peter Gaskell, Julie Ingram, Janet Dwyer, Matt Reed and Christopher Short
Cooperative extension and food system change: goals, strategies and resources pp. 301-316 Downloads
Jill K. Clark, Molly Bean, Samina Raja, Scott Loveridge, Julia Freedgood and Kimberley Hodgson
The triple burden: the impact of time poverty on women’s participation in coffee producer organizational governance in Mexico pp. 317-331 Downloads
Sarah Lyon, Tad Mutersbaugh and Holly Worthen
What would farmers do? Adaptation intentions under a Corn Belt climate change scenario pp. 333-346 Downloads
Gabrielle E. Roesch-McNally, J. Gordon Arbuckle and John Charles Tyndall
Conservation agriculture and gendered livelihoods in Northwestern Cambodia: decision-making, space and access pp. 347-362 Downloads
Daniel Sumner, Maria Elisa Christie and Stéphane Boulakia
The spaces and times of community farming pp. 363-375 Downloads
Pingyang Liu, Paul Gilchrist, Becky Taylor and Neil Ravenscroft
Socio-economic and environmental changes related to maize richness in Mexico’s central highlands pp. 377-391 Downloads
Quetzalcóatl Orozco-Ramírez and Marta Astier
Attitudes of different stakeholders toward pig husbandry: a study to determine conflicting and matching attitudes toward animals, humans and the environment pp. 393-405 Downloads
Tamara J. Bergstra, Henk Hogeveen and Elsbeth N. Stassen
Institutional entrepreneurship and the negotiation and blending of multiple logics in the Southern Arizona local food system pp. 407-422 Downloads
Matthew M. Mars and Hope Jensen Schau
Gendered mobilities and food security: exploring possibilities for human movement within hunger prone rural Tanzania pp. 423-434 Downloads
Ryan Mason, John Parkins and Amy Kaler
What difference does income make for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members in California? Comparing lower-income and higher-income households pp. 435-452 Downloads
Ryan E. Galt, Katharine Bradley, Libby Christensen, Cindy Fake, Kate Munden-Dixon, Natasha Simpson, Rachel Surls and Julia Soelen Kim
A comparative analysis of agricultural knowledge and innovation systems in Kenya and Ghana: sustainable agricultural intensification in the rural–urban interface pp. 453-472 Downloads
Ivan S. Adolwa, Stefan Schwarze, Imogen Bellwood-Howard, Nikolaus Schareika and Andreas Buerkert
Practicing stewardship: EU biofuels policy and certification in the UK and Guatemala pp. 473-484 Downloads
Richard Helliwell and Julia Tomei
Synergies in alternative food network research: embodiment, diverse economies, and more-than-human food geographies pp. 485-497 Downloads
Eric R. Sarmiento
Marianne Krasny and Keith G. Tidball: Civic ecology: adaptation and transformation from the ground up pp. 499-500 Downloads
Matthew DelSesto
Gesine Gerhard: Nazi hunger politics pp. 501-502 Downloads
Joshua Nasielski
Daniel R. Block and Howard B. Rosing: Chicago: a food biography pp. 503-504 Downloads
Megan Dwyer Baumann
Brian K. Obach: Organic struggle: the movement for sustainable agriculture in the United States pp. 505-506 Downloads
Kelly Yearick
Catherine Phillips: Saving more than seeds: practices and politics of seed saving pp. 507-508 Downloads
Christian R. Man
Books received pp. 509-511 Downloads
Carol J. Pierce Colfer

Volume 34, issue 1, 2017

Voluntary standards, certification, and accreditation in the global organic agriculture field: a tripartite model of techno-politics pp. 1-14 Downloads
Eve Fouilleux and Allison Loconto
“If you study, the last thing you want to be is working under the sun:” an analysis of perceptions of agricultural education and occupations in four countries pp. 15-25 Downloads
Kristal Jones, Rebecca J. Williams and Thomas B. Gill
Family farming and gendered division of labour on the move: a typology of farming-family configurations pp. 27-40 Downloads
Sandra Contzen and Jérémie Forney
Grabbing or investment? On judging large-scale land acquisitions pp. 41-51 Downloads
Stefan Mann and Elisabeth Bürgi Bonanomi
Putting the farmer’s face on food: governance and the producer–consumer relationship in local food systems pp. 53-67 Downloads
Eleni Papaoikonomou and Matías Ginieis
Normalised, human-centric discourses of meat and animals in climate change, sustainability and food security literature pp. 69-86 Downloads
Paula Arcari
Disembedding grain: Golden Rice, the Green Revolution, and heirloom seeds in the Philippines pp. 87-102 Downloads
Glenn Davis Stone and Dominic Glover
Serving a heterogeneous Muslim identity? Private governance arrangements of halal food in the Netherlands pp. 103-118 Downloads
Laura Kurth and Pieter Glasbergen
Building the local food movement in Chiapas, Mexico: rationales, benefits, and limitations pp. 119-134 Downloads
Laurel Bellante
Cultivating citizenship, equity, and social inclusion? Putting civic agriculture into practice through urban farming pp. 135-148 Downloads
Melissa N. Poulsen
Investor ownership or social investment? Changing farmland ownership in Saskatchewan, Canada pp. 149-166 Downloads
Annette Aurélie Desmarais, Darrin Qualman, André Magnan and Nettie Wiebe
Innovative millennial snails: the story of Slow Food University of Wisconsin pp. 167-178 Downloads
Lydia Zepeda and Anna Reznickova
The complex dynamics of agriculture as a financial asset: introduction to symposium pp. 179-183 Downloads
Jennifer Clapp, S. Ryan Isakson and Oane Visser
Running out of farmland? Investment discourses, unstable land values and the sluggishness of asset making pp. 185-198 Downloads
Oane Visser
Agriculture as an asset class: reshaping the South African farming sector pp. 199-209 Downloads
Antoine Ducastel and Ward Anseeuw
Cargill’s corporate growth in times of crises: how agro-commodity traders are increasing profits in the midst of volatility pp. 211-222 Downloads
Tania Salerno
Responsibility to the rescue? Governing private financial investment in global agriculture pp. 223-235 Downloads
Jennifer Clapp
Nora McKeon: Food security governance: empowering communities, regulating corporations pp. 237-238 Downloads
Arie Sanders
Christos Gallis (ed.): Green care for human therapy, social innovation, rural economy, and education pp. 239-240 Downloads
Matthew DelSesto
Emilie Coudel, Hubert Devautour, Guy Faure, Bernard Hubert, and Christophe-Toussaint Soulard (eds): Renewing innovation systems in agriculture and food: How to go towards more sustainability? pp. 241-242 Downloads
Abou Traore
Sarah Bowen: Divided spirits: tequila, mezcal, and the politics of production pp. 243-244 Downloads
Christopher J. Bardenhagen
Sarah Bowen: Divided spirits: tequila, mezcal, and the politics of production pp. 245-246 Downloads
Douglas H. Constance
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