International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food

International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food

Published by the School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University (UK) and
the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters and the Lifelong Learning Society, Florida Atlantic University (USA).

Official publication of the Research Committee on Sociology of Agriculture and Food (RC-40)
of the International Sociological Association (ISA)

Editors: Mara Miele, Farshad Araghi and Vaughan Higgins

Volume number: 23 (2016)
Frequency: 3 issues per year (February, June, October)
ISSN: 0798-1759


 

Most Cited Articles

Top 25 cited IJSAF articles in Google Scholar.

  1. David Burch and Geoffrey Lawrence (2005)
    Supermarket Own Brands, Supply Chains and the Transformation of the Agri-food System (cited 80 times)

  2. William H. Friedland (2001)
    Reprise on Commodity Systems Methodology (cited 79 times)

  3. Hugh Campbell (2005)
    The Rise and Rise of Eurep-GAP: European Re(Invention) of Colonial Food Relations? (cited 69 times)

  4. Aimee Shreck (2002)
    Just Bananas? Fair Trade Banana Production in the Dominican Republic (cited 47 times)

  5. Maria Fonte (2002)
    Food Systems, Consumption Models and Risk Perception in Late Modernity (cited 40 times)

  6. Patricia Allen and Carolyn Sachs (2007)
    Women and Food Chains: The Gendered Politics of Food (cited 39 times)

  7. Gyorgy Scrinis and Kristen Lyons (2007)
    The Emerging Nano-Corporate Paradigm: Nanotechnology and the Transformation of Nature, Food and Agri-Food Systems (cited 39 times)

  8. Hilary Tovey (2002)
    Alternative Agriculture Movements and Rural Development Cosmologies (cited 35 times)

  9. Douglas H. Constance and William D. Heffernan (1991)
    The Global Poultry Agro/Food Complex (cited 33 times)

  10. Terry K. Marsden, Josefa Salete Barbosa Cavalcanti and Jose Ferreira Irmao (1996)
    Globalisation, Regionalisation and Quality: The Socio-economic Reconstitution of Food in the San Francisco Valley, Brazil (cited 31 times)

  11. Laura T. Raynolds and Douglas L. Murray (1998)
    Yes, We Have no Bananas: Re-regulating Global and Regional Trade (cited 31 times)

  12. William H. Friedland (2004)
    Agrifood Globalisation and Commodity Systems (cited 30 times)

  13. Bill Pritchard (2005)
    Implementing and Maintaining Neoliberal Agriculture in Australia - Part II: Strategies for Securing Neoliberalism (cited 29 times)

  14. Egon Noe and Hugo Fjelsted Alrøe (2003)
    Farm Enterprises as Self-organizing Systems: A New Transdisciplinary Framework for Studying Farm Enterprises? (cited 27 times)

  15. Filiep Vanhonacker, Wim Verbeke, Els Van Poucke and Frank A.M. Tuyttens (2007)
    Segmentation Based on Consumers' Perceived Importance and Attitude toward Farm Animal Welfare (cited 27 times)

  16. Philip McMichael (1991)
    Food, the State and the World Economy (cited 26 times)

  17. William H. Friedland (1991)
    The Transnationalization of Agricultural Production: Palimpsest of the Transnational State (cited 24 times)

  18. John Wilkinson (2002)
    Alternative Genetically Modified Organisms, Organics and The Contested Construction of Demand in the Agro-food System (cited 23 times)

  19. Philip H. Howard (2009)
    Consolidation in the North American Organic Food Processing Sector, 1997 to 2007 (cited 20 times)

  20. Mark Tilzey (2006)
    Neo-liberalism, the WTO and New Modes of Agri-environmental Governance in the European Union, the USA and Australia (cited 20 times)

  21. William H. Friedland (1994)
    Globalization, the State and the Labor Process (cited 19 times)

  22. Alessandro Bonanno (1991)
    Globalization of the Agricultural and Food Sector and Theories of the State (cited 18 times)

  23. Megan McKenna, Michael Roche and Richard Le Heron (1999)
    H.J. Heinz and Global Gardens: Creating Quality, Leveraging Localities (cited 17 times)

  24. Manuel Belo Moreira (1994)
    The Firm and the State in the Globalization Process (cited 17 times)

  25. Barbara Pini (2005)
    Farm Women: Driving Tractors and Negotiating Gender (cited 17 times)