Primary Faculty Mentor Name

Joshua Farley

Status

Undergraduate

Student College

Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources

Program/Major

Natural Resources

Primary Research Category

Food & Environment Studies

Secondary Research Category

Social Sciences

Presentation Title

Terms and Concepts in Alternative Agriculture: Critical Discourse and Bibliometric Analysis

Time

2:00 PM

Location

Williams Family Room

Abstract

Transforming agri-food systems is a key goal for the 21st century, necessary to solving the twin crises of food insecurity and environmental degradation. While there is consensus on this statement, the efforts made to transform the system are subject to substantial conflict, and an enormous proliferation of terminology. I present analysis of various terms for ecologically friendly agriculture, shining light on the similarities and differences between terms, both with regards to agronomy and political economy.

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Terms and Concepts in Alternative Agriculture: Critical Discourse and Bibliometric Analysis

Transforming agri-food systems is a key goal for the 21st century, necessary to solving the twin crises of food insecurity and environmental degradation. While there is consensus on this statement, the efforts made to transform the system are subject to substantial conflict, and an enormous proliferation of terminology. I present analysis of various terms for ecologically friendly agriculture, shining light on the similarities and differences between terms, both with regards to agronomy and political economy.