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  1. South and/or North: An Indigenous Seed Movement in South Korea and the Multiple Bases of Food Sovereignty.Hyejin Kim - 2021 - Agriculture and Human Values 39 (2):521-533.
    South Korean cultivators share features with counterparts in both the global south and north. This combination of traits has produced a diversity of sources that underpin a food sovereignty movement. A case study of t’ojong, or native, seed activism illustrates how local systems of meaning and particular constellations of interests make food sovereignty appealing to a broad coalition of farmers, consumers, part-time cultivators, agricultural scientists, and activists for farmers and for women. The country’s experience demonstrates that responses to market encroachment (...)
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  • Deconstructing Homegardens: Food Security and Sovereignty in Northern Nicaragua.Karie Boone & Peter Leigh Taylor - 2016 - Agriculture and Human Values 33 (2):239-255.
    Development scholars and practitioners are promoting food security, food sovereignty, and the localization of food systems to prepare for the projected negative impacts of climate change. The implementation of biodiverse homegardens is often seen as a way not only to localize food production but also as a strategy in alignment with a food sovereignty agenda. While much scholarship has characterized and critiqued food security and sovereignty conceptualizations, relatively little research has examined people’s lived experiences in order to test how such (...)
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  • Food Sovereignty: The Debate, the Deadlock, and a Suggested Detour. [REVIEW]Otto Hospes - 2014 - Agriculture and Human Values 31 (1):119-130.
    Whereas hundreds of social movements and NGOs all over the world have embraced the concept of food sovereignty, not many public authorities at the national and international level have adopted the food sovereignty paradigm as a normative basis for alternative agriculture and food policy. A common explanation of the limited role of food sovereignty in food and agriculture policy is that existing power structures are biased towards maintaining the corporatist food regime and neo-liberal thinking about food security. This article sets (...)
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  • Sustainability Transitions in Agri-Food Systems: Insights From South Korea’s Universal Free, Eco-Friendly School Lunch Program.Jennifer E. Gaddis & June Jeon - 2020 - Agriculture and Human Values 37 (4):1055-1071.
    Government-sponsored school lunch programs have garnered attention from activists and policymakers for their potential to promote public health, sustainable diets, and food sovereignty. However, across country contexts, these programs often fall far short of their transformative potential. It is vital, then, to identify policies and organizing strategies that enable school lunch programs to be redesigned at the national scale. In this article, we use document analysis of historical newspapers and government data to examine the motivating factors and underlying conditions that (...)
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