Agriculture and Human Values

(The TQCC of Agriculture and Human Values is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Breaking new ground in food regime theory: corporate environmentalism, ecological feedbacks and the ‘food from somewhere’ regime?174
From “old school” to “farm-to-school”: Neoliberalization from the ground up160
Rural innovation systems and networks: findings from a study of Ethiopian smallholders152
Food sovereignty as decolonization: some contributions from Indigenous movements to food system and development politics136
Eating Right Here: Moving from Consumer to Food Citizen121
Food assistance through “surplus” food: Insights from an ethnographic study of food bank work119
Organic agriculture and the conventionalization hypothesis: A case study from West Germany109
Gender, assets, and market-oriented agriculture: learning from high-value crop and livestock projects in Africa and Asia97
Food sovereignty, urban food access, and food activism: contemplating the connections through examples from Chicago87
Legitimizing local knowledge: From displacement to empowerment for third world people86
From the imperial to the empty calorie: how nutrition relations underpin food regime transitions83
Social sustainability, farm labor, and organic agriculture: Findings from an exploratory analysis80
From value to values: sustainable consumption at farmers markets78
Racial, ethnic and gender inequities in farmland ownership and farming in the U.S.77
Restaurants, chefs and local foods: insights drawn from application of a diffusion of innovation framework77
Perception and acceptance of agricultural production in and on urban buildings (ZFarming): a qualitative study from Berlin, Germany70
The long hangover from the second food regime: a world-historical interpretation of the collapse of the WTO Doha Round62
Transformative agroecology learning in Europe: building consciousness, skills and collective capacity for food sovereignty62
Farmers’ attitudes and landscape change: evidence from the abandonment of terraced cultivations on Lesvos, Greece61
From “Food from Nowhere” to “Food from Here:” changing producer–consumer relations in Austria61
Gender, ecology, and the science of survival: Stories and lessons from Kenya55
Gender discrimination and its impact on income, productivity, and technical efficiency: evidence from Benin51
Introduction to symposium on the changing role of supermarkets in global supply chains: from seedling to supermarket: agri-food supply chains in transition47
Farm resilience in the face of the unexpected: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic46
Strategies for scaling out impacts from agricultural systems change: the case of forages and livestock production in Laos46
Food waste reduction and food poverty alleviation: a system dynamics conceptual model46
From colonization to “environmental soy”: A case study of environmental and socio-economic valuation in the Amazon soy frontier46
Exploring the potential of intersectoral partnerships to improve the position of farmers in global agrifood chains: findings from the coffee sector in Peru41
From commodity surplus to food justice: food banks and local agriculture in the United States40
Constructing freshness: the vitality of wet markets in urban China39
‘Rescaling’ alternative food systems: from food security to food sovereignty39
Voluntarism as an investment in human, social and financial capital: evidence from a farmer-to-farmer extension program in Kenya38
From old school to reform school?38
Understanding the public attitudinal acceptance of digital farming technologies: a nationwide survey in Germany38
“In”-sights about food banks from a critical interpretive synthesis of the academic literature36
Do inspection practices in organic agriculture serve organic values? A case study from Finland36
Food justice, intersectional agriculture, and the triple food movement36
Understanding the organization of sharing economy in agri-food systems: evidence from alternative food networks in Valencia34
The trouble with authenticity: separating ideology from practice at the farmers’ market33
Legal and social protection for migrant farm workers: lessons from COVID-1933
Emerging sociotechnical imaginaries for gene edited crops for foods in the United States: implications for governance33
Teaching the territory: agroecological pedagogy and popular movements32
How organic farmers view their own practice: results from the Czech Republic31
Participatory research and the race to save the planet: Questions, critique, and lessons from the field31
Lessons for farmer-oriented research: Experiences from a West African soil fertility management project29
New but for whom? Discourses of innovation in precision agriculture29
Beyond ‘Hobby Farming’: towards a typology of non-commercial farming29
Multi-functional landscapes from the grassroots? The role of rural producer movements29
New farmers’ efforts to create a sense of place in rural communities: insights from southern Ontario, Canada28
Farming for change: developing a participatory curriculum on agroecology, nutrition, climate change and social equity in Malawi and Tanzania27
NGO perspectives on the social and ethical dimensions of plant genome-editing27
Food poverty, food waste and the consensus frame on charitable food redistribution in Italy26
Multi-actor networks and innovation niches: university training for local Agroecological Dynamization26
Systemic ethics and inclusive governance: two key prerequisites for sustainability transitions of agri-food systems26
Privilege and exclusion at the farmers market: findings from a survey of shoppers25
Predicting youth participation in urban agriculture in Malaysia: insights from the theory of planned behavior and the functional approach to volunteer motivation25
Back to the future: Lessons from ethnoveterinary RD&E for studying and applying local knowledge25
From food security to food wellbeing: examining food security through the lens of food wellbeing in Nepal’s rapidly changing agrarian landscape25
Food sovereignty education across the Americas: multiple origins, converging movements24
‘Pesticides are our children now’: cultural change and the technological treadmill in the Burkina Faso cotton sector24
Women farmers in developed countries: a literature review24
Renegotiating gender roles and cultivation practices in the Nepali mid-hills: unpacking the feminization of agriculture24
Does certified organic farming reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural production?23
On (not) knowing where your food comes from: meat, mothering and ethical eating23
The human dimensions of water saving irrigation: lessons learned from Chinese smallholder farmers23
Consumer attitudes to different pig production systems: a study from mainland China22
The use and abuse of participatory rural appraisal: reflections from practice22
The importance of food retailers: applying network analysis techniques to the study of local food systems22
Gendered agrobiodiversity management and adaptation to climate change: differentiated strategies in two marginal rural areas of India22
Patterns of participation in farmers’ research groups: Lessons from the highlands of southwestern Uganda21
Land-use changes by large-scale plantations and their effects on soil organic carbon, micronutrients and bulk density: empirical evidence from Ethiopia21
‘Fractures’ in food practices: exploring transitions towards sustainable food21
Lessons learned from pesticide drift: a call to bring production agriculture, farm labor, and social justice back into agrifood research and activism21
Livelihood strategies and household resilience to food insecurity: insight from a farming community in Aguie district of Niger21
Desert wonderings: reimagining food access mapping20
Intentions to consume foods from edible insects and the prospects for transforming the ubiquitous biomass into food20
Moving from “matters of fact” to “matters of concern” in order to grow economic food futures in the Anthropocene19
Translocal practices and proximities in short quality food chains at the periphery: the case of North Swedish farmers19
What is technology adoption? Exploring the agricultural research value chain for smallholder farmers in Lao PDR18
Subverting the new narrative: food, gentrification and resistance in Oakland, California18
Do food donation tax credits for farmers address food loss/waste and food insecurity? A case study from Ontario18
Introduction to the symposium on critical adult education in food movements: learning for transformation in and beyond food movements—the why, where, how and the what next?17
The spaces and times of community farming16
Strengthening understanding and perceptions of mineral fertilizer use among smallholder farmers: evidence from collective trials in western Kenya16
The abandonment of maize landraces over the last 50 years in Morelos, Mexico: a tracing study using a multi-level perspective16
Deskilling, agrodiversity, and the seed trade: a view from contemporary British allotments16
To save the bees or not to save the bees: honey bee health in the Anthropocene15
Inequality regimes in Indonesian dairy cooperatives: understanding institutional barriers to gender equality15
Moving away from technocratic framing: agroecology and food sovereignty as possible alternatives to alleviate rural malnutrition in Bangladesh15
Action research on alternative land tenure arrangements in Wenchi, Ghana: learning from ambiguous social dynamics and self-organized institutional innovation14
2008 AFHVS presidential address14
Do translocal networks matter for agricultural innovation? A case study on advice sharing in small-scale farming communities in Northeast Thailand14
Exploring migrants’ knowledge and skill in seasonal farm work: more than labouring bodies14
Extending ethical consumerism theory to semi-legal sectors: insights from recreational cannabis14
Value structures determining community supported agriculture: insights from Germany14
Conventionalization of the organic sesame network from Burkina Faso: shrinking into mainstream14
Challenges facing the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil: lessons from short food supply systems14
Does certification improve hired labour conditions and wageworker conditions at banana plantations?13
Fields of Cultural Contradictions: Lessons from the Tobacco Patch13
Understanding women’s participation in irrigated agriculture: a case study from Senegal13
Ethics and responsibilisation in agri-food governance: the single-use plastics debate and strategies to introduce reusable coffee cups in UK retail chains13
Trust and livelihood adaptation: evidence from rural Mexico13
“Our school system is trying to be agrarian”: educating for reskilling and food system transformation in the rural school garden13