Agriculture and Human Values

(The TQCC of Agriculture and Human Values is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Agroecology and the emergence of a post COVID-19 agriculture80
Digitalization and the third food regime79
Understanding the public attitudinal acceptance of digital farming technologies: a nationwide survey in Germany61
Post COVID 19 and food pathways to sustainable transformation57
Farm resilience in the face of the unexpected: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic56
Promises of meat and milk alternatives: an integrative literature review on emergent research themes53
New but for whom? Discourses of innovation in precision agriculture52
Democratizing ownership and participation in the 4th Industrial Revolution: challenges and opportunities in cellular agriculture47
Legal and social protection for migrant farm workers: lessons from COVID-1943
COVID-19 and disruptions to food systems37
Unequally vulnerable: a food justice approach to racial disparities in COVID-19 cases36
Covid lays bare the brittleness of a concentrated and consolidated food system35
Transforming food and agriculture systems with agroecology35
The urgency of transforming the Midwestern U.S. landscape into more than corn and soybean35
Blended finance for agriculture: exploring the constraints and possibilities of combining financial instruments for sustainable transitions31
COVID-19 and the state of food security in Africa30
Citizen views on genome editing: effects of species and purpose28
Transforming landscapes and mindscapes through regenerative agriculture26
Agri-food tech discovers silver linings in the pandemic26
Industrial seafood systems in the immobilizing COVID-19 moment25
‘Workable utopias’ for social change through inclusion and empowerment? Community supported agriculture (CSA) in Wales as social innovation24
Growing pains in local food systems: a longitudinal social network analysis on local food marketing in Baltimore County, Maryland and Chester County, Pennsylvania23
Framing of sustainable agricultural practices by the farming press and its effect on adoption23
When farmers are pulled in too many directions: comparing institutional drivers of food safety and environmental sustainability in California agriculture23
Social justice-oriented narratives in European urban food strategies: Bringing forward redistribution, recognition and representation22
Regulating surplus: charity and the legal geographies of food waste enclosure22
‘I will know it when I taste it’: trust, food materialities and social media in Chinese alternative food networks21
Food justice for all?: searching for the ‘justice multiple’ in UK food movements21
New opportunities for the redesign of agricultural and food systems21
The power to convene: making sense of the power of food movement organizations in governance processes in the Global North20
The invisible labor and multidimensional impacts of negotiating childcare on farms20
Sustainability transitions in the context of pandemic: an introduction to the focused issue on social innovation and systemic impact20
Can agroecology and CRISPR mix? The politics of complementarity and moving toward technology sovereignty20
Redlining, racism and food access in US urban cores19
South Africa’s lockdown regulations and the reinforcement of anti-informality bias18
Epic narratives of the Green Revolution in Brazil, China, and India18
Hitting the target and missing the point? On the risks of measuring women’s empowerment in agricultural development17
Planning and pandemics COVID 19 illuminates why urban planners should have listened to food advocates all along17
Farmer field schools and the co-creation of knowledge and innovation: the mediating role of social capital16
Moving beyond direct marketing with new mediated models: evolution of or departure from alternative food networks?16
Introduction to symposium ‘Reimagining land: materiality, affect and the uneven trajectories of land transformation’16
Political economy challenges for climate smart agriculture in Africa16
Perceptions of high-tech controlled environment agriculture among local food consumers: using interviews to explore sense-making and connections to good food16
The Covid-19 pandemic stress the need to build resilient production ecosystems16
Genome-edited versus genetically-modified tomatoes: an experiment on people’s perceptions and acceptance of food biotechnology in the UK and Switzerland15
Challenges facing the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil: lessons from short food supply systems15
Food frights: COVID-19 and the specter of hunger15
Food democracy: possibilities under the frame of the current food system15
Food support provision in COVID-19 times: a mixed method study based in Greater Manchester15
In vino veritas, in aqua lucrum: Farmland investment, environmental uncertainty, and groundwater access in California’s Cuyama Valley15
The agroecological transition in Senegal: transnational links and uneven empowerment14
Gender equity, labor rights, and women’s empowerment: lessons from Fairtrade certification in Ecuador flower plantations14
Using the ‘good farmer’ concept to explore agricultural attitudes to the provision of public goods. A case study of participants in an English agri-environment scheme14
Engagement with conservation tillage shaped by “good farmer” identity14
Sustainability assessment of short food supply chains (SFSC): developing and testing a rapid assessment tool in one African and three European city regions14
Locked-in or ready for climate change mitigation? Agri-food networks as structures for dairy-beef farming14
Distributive food systems to build just and liveable futures13
Regenerative agriculture and a more-than-human ethic of care: a relational approach to understanding transformation13
Closing the circle: an agroecological response to covid-1913
Rurally rooted cross-border migrant workers from Myanmar, Covid-19, and agrarian movements13
Commoning the seeds: alternative models of collective action and open innovation within French peasant seed groups for recreating local knowledge commons13
Using smartphone app collected data to explore the link between mechanization and intra-household allocation of time in Zambia13
Domestication, crop breeding, and genetic modification are fundamentally different processes: implications for seed sovereignty and agrobiodiversity12
The value of values-based supply chains: farmer perspective12
From left behind to leader: gender, agency, and food sovereignty in China12
Enhancing farmers’ agency in the global crop commons through use of biocultural community protocols12
Replacing humans with machines: a historical look at technology politics in California agriculture12
Examining farmers’ adoption of nutrient management best management practices: a social cognitive framework12
Producer organizations as transition intermediaries? Insights from organic and conventional vegetable systems in Uruguay12
Virtualizing the ‘good life’: reworking narratives of agrarianism and the rural idyll in a computer game11
Is there a convincing case for climate veganism?11
SNAP, campus food insecurity, and the politics of deservingness11
Transforming a traditional commons-based seed system through collaborative networks of farmer seed-cooperatives and public breeding programs: the case of sorghum in Mali11
Overcoming the social stigma of consuming food waste by dining at the Open Table11
Seeking justice, eating toxics: overlooked contaminants in urban community gardens11
Preserving cultural heritage through the valorization of Cordillera heirloom rice in the Philippines11
Pandemic shows deep vulnerabilities11
Building and transforming collective agency and collective identity to address Latinx farmworkers’ needs and challenges in rural Vermont11
Constructing agri-food for finance: startups, venture capital and food future imaginaries11
Farmer perspectives on farmers markets in low-income urban areas: a case study in three Michigan cities11
Regenerative food systems and the conservation of change10
Restoring sense out of disorder? Farmers’ changing social identities under big data and algorithms10
COVID-19 exposes animal agriculture’s vulnerability10
Pathways towards coexistence with large carnivores in production systems10
“What a stay-at-home order means for migrant dairy workers”10
Let the people decide: citizen deliberation on the role of GMOs in Mali’s agriculture10
Combining the best of two methodological worlds? Integrating Q methodology-based farmer archetypes in a quantitative model of agri-environmental scheme uptake10
Sustainability transitions in agri-food systems: insights from South Korea’s universal free, eco-friendly school lunch program10
Assembling agroecological socio-natures: a political ecology analysis of urban and peri-urban agriculture in Rosario, Argentina9
Can a robot be an expert? The social meaning of skill and its expression through the prospect of autonomous AgTech9
Decolonizing agriculture in the United States: Centering the knowledges of women and people of color to support relational farming practices9
From evidence to value-based transition: the agroecological redesign of farming systems9
Innovation and the commons: lessons from the governance of genetic resources in potato breeding9
Power to the people? Food democracy initiatives’ contributions to democratic goods9
Agroecology in the North: Centering Indigenous food sovereignty and land stewardship in agriculture “frontiers”9
Veganic farming in the United States: farmer perceptions, motivations, and experiences9
Disrupted gender roles in Australian agriculture: first generation female farmers’ construction of farming identity9
Here we are: Agriculture and Human Values in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic9
Translating land justice through comparison: a US–French dialogue and research agenda9
Critical environmental justice and the nature of the firm9
Native food systems impacted by COVID9
Reflexive policies and the complex socio-ecological systems of the upland landscapes in Indonesia9
Social finance for sustainable food systems: opportunities, tensions and ambiguities9
COVID-19 and the Indian farm sector: ensuring everyone’s seat at the table8
The embodied precarity of year-round agricultural work: health and safety risks among Latino/a immigrant dairy farmworkers in New York8
Community seed network in an era of climate change: dynamics of maize diversity in Yucatán, Mexico8
Agroecological producers shortening food chains during Covid-19: opportunities and challenges in Costa Rica8
Superweed amaranth: metaphor and the power of a threatening discourse8
Ecological regulation for healthy and sustainable food systems: responding to the global rise of ultra-processed foods8
Ag-tech, agroecology, and the politics of alternative farming futures: The challenges of bringing together diverse agricultural epistemologies8
Does direct farm marketing fulfill its promises? analyzing job satisfaction among direct-market farmers in Canada8
Women, race and place in US Agriculture8
How animal agriculture stakeholders define, perceive, and are impacted by antimicrobial resistance: challenging the Wellcome Trust’s Reframing Resistance principles8
From crisis to healthy farming and food systems8
Beyond the material: knowledge aspects in seed commoning8
More bytes per acre: do vertical farming’s land sparing promises stand on solid ground?8
A farm systems approach to the adoption of sustainable nitrogen management practices in California8
Cacao cultivation as a livelihood strategy: contributions to the well-being of Colombian rural households8
AFHVS 2020 presidential address: pushing beyond the boundaries8
With great power comes great responsibility: why ‘safe enough’ is not good enough in debates on new gene technologies7
Ecovillage foodscapes: zooming in and out of sustainable food practices7
Bt cotton, pink bollworm, and the political economy of sociobiological obsolescence: insights from Telangana, India7
Social norms and perceptions drive women’s participation in agricultural decisions in West Java, Indonesia7
Seeing the workers for the trees: exalted and devalued manual labour in the Pacific Northwest craft cider industry7
Behind the scenes of a learning agri-food value chain: lessons from action research7
The adoption problem is a matter of fit: tracing the travel of pruning practices from research to farm in Ghana’s cocoa sector7
From texts to enacting practices: defining fair and equitable research principles for plant genetic resources in West Africa7
Narrating agricultural resilience after Hurricane María: how smallholder farmers in Puerto Rico leverage self-sufficiency and collaborative agency in a climate-vulnerable food system7
Food insecurity and the covid pandemic: uneven impacts for food bank systems in Europe7
Social entrepreneurship and impact investment in rural–urban transformation: An orientation to systemic social innovation and symposium findings7
Introduction to the symposium: seed as a commons—exploring innovative concepts and practices of governing seed and varieties7
From Big Ag to Big Finance: a market network approach to power in agriculture7
Farm-level pathways to food security: beyond missing markets and irrational peasants7
Policy responses to foodborne disease outbreaks in the United States and Germany7
Prison agriculture in the United States: racial capitalism and the disciplinary matrix of exploitation and rehabilitation7
Negotiating agricultural change in the Midwestern US: seeking compatibility between farmer narratives of efficiency and legacy7
The old, the new, or the old made new? Everyday counter-narratives of the so-called fourth agricultural revolution7
A genealogy of sustainable agriculture narratives: implications for the transformative potential of regenerative agriculture7