Roots of Change
Human behaviour and agricultural evolution in Mali
The Roots of Change focuses attention on the source of local agrarian change: human creativity and social interaction. Building on the view that these innate human characteristics are central forces in the evolution of local agricultural systems, this volume explores the patterns of farmers' individual and joint behaviour in the generation, adaption and spread of new agricultural practices. Published in the 'Indigenous Knowledge in Development' series.
Brent Simpson is the Programme Leader for Systems Development and Technology Transfer at WARDA (West Africa Rice Development Association). Bouake, Ivory Coast.
Global cotton and local environmental management: the political ecology of rich and poor small-hold farmers in southern Mali
MOSELEY, WILLIAM G
The Geographical Journal, Vol. 171 (2005), Iss. 1 P.36https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1475-4959.2005.00148.x [Citations: 27]
A missing hand at the dinner table: The response to the plight of farmers in South Africa
Resane, Kelebogile T.
Verbum et Ecclesia, Vol. 39 (2018), Iss. 1https://doi.org/10.4102/ve.v39i1.1827 [Citations: 0]
Investing in people: The support of farmer learning, creativity and local social networks in the Project Pisciculture Familiale, Zaïre
The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, Vol. 5 (1998), Iss. 2 P.99https://doi.org/10.1080/13892249885300221 [Citations: 1]
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