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  1. Correction To: Towards an Integral Perspective on Leveraging Sustainability Transformations Using the Theory of Modal Aspects.S. Wigboldus & H. Jochemsen - 2021 - Sustainability Science 16 (3):933-935.
    In the original publication of the article, last three columns of Tables 6 and 7 were published incorrectly. The correct version of Tables 6 and 7 are provided below. The original version was updated.
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  • Does direct farm marketing fulfill its promises? analyzing job satisfaction among direct-market farmers in Canada.Stevens Azima & Patrick Mundler - 2022 - Agriculture and Human Values 39 (2):791-807.
    Short food supply chains have become the focus of considerable research in the last two decades. However, studies so far remain highly localized, and claims about the economic and social advantages of such channels for farmers are not backed by large-scale empirical evidence. Using a web survey of 613 direct-market farmers across Canada, this article explores the potential economic and social benefits that farmers derive from participating in short food supply chains. We used multivariate analysis to test whether a farmer’s (...)
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  • Acting like an algorithm: digital farming platforms and the trajectories they (need not) lock-in.Michael Carolan - 2020 - Agriculture and Human Values 37 (4):1041-1053.
    This paper contributes to our understanding of farm data value chains with assistance from 54 semi-structured interviews and field notes from participant observations. Methodologically, it includes individuals, such as farmers, who hold well-known positionalities within digital agriculture spaces—platforms that include precision farming techniques, farm equipment built on machine learning architecture and algorithms, and robotics—while also including less visible elements and practices. The actors interviewed and materialities and performances observed thus came from spaces and places inhabited by, for example, farmers, crop (...)
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  • Transition Pathways and Transitions to Sustainability : A Critical Exploration of Perspectives, Typologies and Agendas.S. A. Wigboldus, Z. C. S. Eldik & D. M. Vernooij - unknown
    The perspective of transitions to sustainability seems to have almost replaced the perspective of sustainable development these days. The idea and concept of ‘transition pathways’ features prominently in it. Though originating from the field of systems thinking, it often tends to be approached in a rather instrumentalist way: how to make it happen. This often goes with a focus on technology and innovations. A different approach would be to focus on how to engage with related processes in appropriate ways and (...)
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  • Feeding the Melting Pot: Inclusive Strategies for the Multi-Ethnic City.Anke Brons, Peter Oosterveer & Sigrid Wertheim-Heck - 2020 - Agriculture and Human Values 37 (4):1027-1040.
    The need for a shift toward healthier and more sustainable diets is evident and is supported by universalized standards for a “planetary health diet” as recommended in the recent EAT-Lancet report. At the same time, differences exist in tastes, preferences and food practices among diverse ethnic groups, which becomes progressively relevant in light of Europe’s increasingly multi-ethnic cities. There is a growing tension between current sustainable diets standards and how diverse ethnic resident groups relate to it within their ‘culturally appropriate’ (...)
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