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International Association on Work in Agriculture

January 2019

Newsletter

Summary

CONGRESS 

  • IV Congreso Uruguayo de Sociología 

CALL FOR PAPERS 

  • Extending horizons: Extension’s role in climate, rural industries, and community challenges
  • European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 
  • 171st EAAE Seminar
  • Workshop - Farming as Lifestyle
  • ERSA 2019 - Special Session: Proposal Drivers of interregional migration: new insights on the role of local labour markets, human capital, personality and (family) networks 
  • Epique 2019 (Lyon) – Symposium sur « L’impact des situations à risque sur la charge mentale » 

PUBLICATIONS 

  • Questioning the work of farmers, advisors, teachers and researchers in agro-ecological transition. A review
  • Successful succession planning through effective family communications 
  • Farmer attitude towards advisory services in Sweden 
  • Measuring Farm Labor: Survey Experimental Evidence from Ghana
  • The Canadian family farm, in literature and in practice 
  • Heterogeneous welfare impacts of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme: Evidence from Andhra Pradesh, India 
  • AG help wanted: guidelines for managing agricultural labor 
  • A comparison of succession planning consultancy processes 
  • Is there a pivotal role for farm consultants in farm business succession planning?
  • Shift is happening 
  • Trust and Succession in Family Businesses 
  • Inequality regimes in Indonesian dairy cooperatives: understanding institutional barriers to gender equality 
  • China's peasant agriculture and rural society by Jan Douwe van der Ploeg 
  • Hearing impairment among Korean farmers, based on a 3-year audiometry examination
  • Risk Assessment and Recommendations for Forester Exposure to Hymenoptera
  • Off-farm work, smartphone use and household income: Evidence from rural China
  • Disaster preparedness training for Latino migrant and seasonal farm workers in communities where they work
  • I am not a tractor!: How Florida farmworkers took on the fast food giants and won 
  • Review on gendered perspective of household’s participation in agricultural activities in Ethiopia 
  • FAO migration framework 2: migration as a choice and an opportunity for rural development 
  • Human Capital and the CAP: The Case for Radical Policy Reform
  • La contribution des recherches sur l’élevage aux débats scientifiques sur le travail en agriculture 
  • Vidéo - La diversité du travail des salariés dans les élevages bovins laitiers en Auvergne
  • Les mondes sociaux des TPE et PME – modèles et logiques d’action » 
  • Jóvenes rurales y sus trayectorias de inserción a las estructuras formales de movilidad social en el Estado de Jalisco, México 
  • Dinámicas migratorias y la incorporación de trabajadoras/es en el agronegocio de uva de exportación. Un análisis comparativo de los casos de Chile y Brasil 

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