“Multifacet realities of work in agriculture” is a special issue from journal Cahiers Agriculture coordinated by Benoît Dedieu (INRA), Julio César Damasceno (UEM), Guillermo Neiman (CONICET) and Sandra Schiavi (UEM).
Articles were selected from proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Work in Agriculture, which was held in November 2016 at the State University of Maringá (UEM), Brazil.
Structural features, labor conditions and family succession in dairy production systems in Paraná State, Brazil
Changes and continuities in agricultural work: the case of small and medium-sized vineyards in Mendoza, Argentina
Securing Sahelian pastoralism by using a remunerated workforce for livestock keeping activities: the ambivalence of commodification
Supporting farmers’ management of change towards agroecological practices by focusing on their work: a contribution of ergonomics
Agroecological transition and reconfiguration of horticultural work among family farmers in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The ‘blind spot’ of agricultural research: Labour flexibility, composition and worker availability in the South West of England
Management and labour in an integrated crop-livestock-forestry system in Roraima, Brazilian Amazonia
Work management as a means to adapt to constraints in farming systems: a case study from two regions in Morocco
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Agronomy for Sustainable Development - special issue coordinated by Benoît Dedieu (INRA)