Agriculture and human values
The journal Agriculture and Human Values offers an open and free discussion of values that shape current and alternative visions of food and agricultural systems, and the structures that underlie them. The journal presents interdisciplinary research that critically examines values, relationships, conflicts and contradictions of contemporary agricultural and food systems and that addresses the impact of agricultural and food related institutions, policies, and practices on human populations, the environment, democratic governance, and social equity. The papers document, examine, and critically question the values and relationships that characterize both conventional and alternative approaches to the agri-food system Â– from production, processing, distribution, access, and use to waste management. Agriculture and Human Values is the official journal of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society.
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A paid open access option is available for this journal.
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Latest Published Publications in this journal
Publication year: 2005