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Author Cerf, Marianne
Title Cow up a Tree : Processus d'apprentissage et d'acquisition de Connaissances Pour Accompagner le Changement en Agriculture. Etudes de Cas Dans les Pays Industrialisés
Imprint Versailles : Quae, 2000
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Descript 1 online resource (500 pages)
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Series Science Update Ser
Science Update Ser
Note Intro -- Foreword B. Hervieu, Chairman of INRA -- Part I. Introducing Learning and Knowing Processes -- The 'Problematique' with Respect to Industrialised-Country Agricultures B. Hubert, R.L. Ison & -- N. Röling -- Theoretical Frameworks for Learning-Based Approaches to Change in Industrialised-Country Agricultures R.L. Ison, C. High, C.P. Blackmore & -- M. Cerf -- Intervention Research and the Production of Knowledge A. Hatchuel -- Globalisation and Technology : the Implications for Learning Processes in Developed Agriculture J. Jiggins, B. Huber & -- M. Collins -- Part II. Working with Learning Groups -- Learning Groups Developing Collaborative Learning Methods for Diversified, Site-Specific Weed Management : a Case Study from Minnesota, USA N. Jordan, S. White, J. Gunsolus, R. Becker & -- S. Damme -- Learning Processes in Designing and Disseminating Ecological Olive Production Systems in Crete, Greece E. Kabourakis -- The Results and Success Factors of a Farm Monitoring and Study Group Approach to Collective Learning in New Zealand G. W. Sheath & -- R. W. Webby -- Promoting Collective Learning in a Land-Use Management Project : Thirteen Years' Experience in Researcher-Technician Partnership in the Cévennes, France N. Couix & -- B. Hubert -- Farmers and Environmental Learning in Britain : the Case of the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group J. Mills & -- M. Winter -- Towards Sustainable Rural Livelihoods : the Emergence of Co-Learning Approaches in Swedish Agriculture M. Ljung & -- D. Gibbon -- Learning Together about Dairy Cow Fertility Technologies in Relation to Farming Systems in New Zealand M.S. Paine, C.R. Burke, G.A. Verkerk & -- P.J. Jolly -- The FARMSCAPE Experience. Simulations Aid Participative Learning in Risky Farming Systems in Australia Z. Hochman, J. Coutts, P.S. Carberry & -- R.L. McCown
Part III. Developing and Adapting Methodologies for Creating Learning Contexts -- From Debate about Degradation to Dialogue about Vegetation Management in Western New South Wales, Australia S. Kersten -- Moving from Natural to Systemic Social Learning through Systematic Reflection and Dialogue C. King -- Whole Systems Inquiry : Watersheds as Integral Systems for Systemic Learning and Action R.D. William -- Considering Metaphors of Countrysides in the United Kingdom D. McClintock -- Formalising Categories of Farms in Learning Situations. An experience in Building a Typology of Land Use in Sheep Farming N. Girard -- A Negotiation Decision Support System as a Learning Tool. The case of price elaboration for ewe milk in the corsican dairy sheep industry R. Bouche -- Part IV. Changing Institutional and Social Landscapes -- Conventions as a Means for the Pursuit of Knowledge A. Koutsouris -- Linking Natural Resource Management Dynamics and Organisational Development : Adapting to Emerging Groundwater Management in Gelderland, The Netherlands M. Maarleveld -- Environmental Precaution as Learning : Genetically Modified Crops in the UK L. Levidow & -- S. Carr -- Desperate to Get off the Treadmill. Renegotiating Arable Farming in a Densely Populated Industrialised Country J. Proost & -- N. Röling -- Managing Change in Advisory Services : Controlling the Dynamics of Resource Transformation and Use L. Hémidy & -- M. Cerf -- Catalyzing Systems Change through Community-Based Learning O.B. Hesterman & -- J. W. Fisk -- Learning through Processes of Change in Agriculture : a Methodological Framework M. Barbier & -- B. Lémery -- Part V. Education and Training for Change -- Back to the Future : Reflections from Hawkesbury R. Bawden, R. Packham, R. Macadam & -- B. McKenzie
Benefits and Limits of Co-Learning among Farmers, Extension Workers and Researchers. Reflections on two training and research projectsin Brazil and Argentina C. Albaladejo -- Towards Capacity Building for Complex Systems Management : Imagining Three Dimensions J. Jiggins & -- N. Röling -- Part VI. Conclusions -- Fostering Emergence : New Research and Development Traditions for Knowing and Learning LEARN@Group -- Postscript -- Contribution to an Epistemology of Research-in-Action M. Sebillotte -- Knowing and Learning Processes. Perspectives from a Devil's Advocate -- Cow Up a Tree. A Critical Assessment M. Petit -- List of Contributors -- List of Reviewers
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Cerf, Marianne Cow up a Tree : Processus d'apprentissage et d'acquisition de Connaissances Pour Accompagner le Changement en Agriculture. Etudes de Cas Dans les Pays Industrialisés Versailles : Quae,c2000 9782738009296
Subject Agricultural extension work -- Developed countries -- Case studies.;Agricultural innovations -- Developed countries -- Case studies
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Alt Author Gibbon, David
Hubert, Bernard
Ison, Ray
Jiggins, Janice
Paine, Mark
Proost, Jet
Röling, Niels
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