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


 

Volume 20, Issue 3 (2013)

Articles

 
Problematizing the Emergence of Household Food Security in England 
Author: Jane L. Midgley293-311
Responses to the Crisis of Neo-liberal Globalization: State Intervention in Palm Oil Production in Chiapas, Mexico 
Authors: Héctor B. Fletes-Ocón and Alessandro Bonanno313-334
Governing Global South–North Organic Food Exporting: Possibilities for Democratic Engagement and Impacts for Smallholder Farmers 
Author: Kristen Lyons335-355
Feeding the Planet or Feeding Us a Line? Agribusiness, ‘Grainwashing’ and Hunger in the World Food System 
Author: Stephen J. Scanlan357-382

Alternative Food Networks

 
Moving Alternative Food Networks beyond the Niche 
Author: Damian Maye383-389
Critical Reflection and Civic Discourse within and across the Alternative Food Movement 
Author: Laura B. DeLind391-396
Reflexive Localism: Toward a Theoretical Foundation of an Integrative Food Politics 
Author: Maria Fonte397-402
Searching for the ‘Alternative’, Caring, Reflexive Consumer 
Authors: Josée Johnston and Kate Cairns403-408
Bastions of White Privilege? Reflections on the Racialization of Alternative Food Networks 
Author: Stewart Lockie409-418
Alternative Food Networks and the Test-tube Burger 
Author: Moya Kneafsey419-423
Engaging Alternative Food Networks: Commentaries and Research Agendas 
Authors: David Goodman, E. Melanie DuPuis and Michael K. Goodman425-431

Book Review

 
State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet, by Worldwatch Institute 
Review Author: Giuseppe Feola433-435