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Sociological Perspectives of Organic Agriculture

From Pioneer to Policy



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Sociological Perspectives of Organic Agriculture
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This book takes a fresh look at understanding the dynamics of the organic agricultural sector in Europe, Australia, South America and the US. Many of the authors explore the use of combined methodology, drawing on theory from a range of social sciences to demonstrate that the complexity of organic agriculture lies in the close connection between nature, society and the economy. Likewise, whilst the book depicts organic agriculture as an engine of growth for the organic sector, it reflects also the important role played by, not only producers but also, other actors in the supply chain, such as consumers and certification standards.
Release date Australia
July 24th, 2006
Edited by Georgina Holt Edited by Matthew Reed
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
CABI Publishing
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