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Alternative agricultures in academia: is justice a cleaving issue?

Abstract : Scholars still contribute to debates referring to counter-propositions to mainstream agriculture emerging from the social world. Many of these propositions (organic farming, agroecology, sustainable agriculture…) share inspiration coming from the sustainability agenda. In this communication, by analyzing academic production through digital methods, we contribute to the inventory and better differentiation of such forms of agriculture. Among the sustainability discursive dimensions, we give special attention to the Justice issue as a possible cleavage point between these forms of agriculture and between various scientific communities that are theoretically, conceptually and institutionally situated. What are the dimensions addressed? What are the positions of these propositions toward the issues of social or environmental Justice? What are the controversies between forms of agriculture? Such a mapping also intends to shed light on the interlinks between framing and farming.
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Guillaume Ollivier, Stephane Bellon. Alternative agricultures in academia: is justice a cleaving issue?. 14. World Congress on Rural Sociology "Sustainable and Just Rural Transitions: Connections and Complexities"., International Rural Sociology Association (IRSA). Harrisburg, USA., 2016, Toronto, Canada. 10 p., ⟨10.13140/RG.2.1.4827.4165⟩. ⟨hal-01604044⟩



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