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100 1  Wilson, G 
245 10 Multifunctional Agriculture :|bA Transition Theory 
       Perspective 
264  1 Wallingford :|bCABI,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2007 
300    1 online resource (384 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- List of tables and figures -- 
       Acknowledgements -- List of abbreviations -- 1. 
       Introduction -- 1.1 A changing agriculture -- 1.2 
       Agricultural systems in transition: from productivism to 
       post-productivism to multifunctionality? -- 1.3 Aims of 
       the book: conceptualising multifunctional agriculture -- 
       1.4 Structure of the book -- Part 1 Conceptualising 
       transition -- 2. Theorising transition -- 2.1 Introduction
       -- 2.2 Transition theory - theorising transition -- 2.3 
       Models of transition -- 2.4 Conclusions -- 3. Transitions:
       social and natural science debates -- 3.1 Introduction -- 
       3.2 Transitions from 'isms' to 'post-isms': insights into 
       the debates -- 3.3 Demographic, technological, 
       environmentalist and evolutionary transitions -- 3.4 
       Transition theory and Cartesian dualistic thinking -- 3.5 
       Conclusions -- 4. Reconceptualising transition: the 
       complexity of transitory systems -- 4.1 Introduction -- 
       4.2 Temporal linearity or non-linearity? -- 4.3 Spatial 
       homogeneity or heterogeneity? -- 4.4 Global universality 
       or complexity? -- 4.5 Structural causality or structure-
       agency inconsistency? -- 4.6 Applying transition theory to
       the evolution of agricultural systems -- 4.7 Conclusions -
       - Part 2 From productivist to post-productivist 
       agriculture … and back again? -- 5. Productivist 
       agriculture -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Approaches 
       underlying conceptualisations of the productivist/post-
       productivist transition -- 5.3 The seven dimensions of 
       productivist agriculture -- 5.4 Conclusions -- 6. Post-
       productivist agriculture -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 
       Conceptualising post-productivism -- 6.3 The seven 
       dimensions of post-productivist agriculture -- 6.4 
       Conceptualising the transition towards post-productivism -
       - 6.5 Conclusions -- 7. 'Post-productivism' or 'non-
       productivism'? -- 7.1 Introduction 
505 8  7.2 Scientific critiques of the productivism/post-
       productivism transition model -- 7.3 Transition theory and
       the four fallacies of the productivism/post-productivism 
       transition model -- 7.4 The productivist/non-productivist 
       spectrum of decision-making -- 7.5 Conclusions -- Part 3 
       Conceptualising multifunctional agricultural transitions -
       - 8. Contemporary conceptualisations of multifunctionality
       -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Multifunctionality -- 8.3 
       Current conceptualisations of multifunctional agriculture 
       -- 8.4 Cultural interpretations and the spatiality of the 
       multifunctionality concept: neo-liberalism, trade issues 
       and political retrenchment -- 8.5 Multifunctionality and 
       (the lack of) theory -- 8.6 Conclusions -- 9. 
       (Re)conceptualising multifunctionality -- 9.1 Introduction
       -- 9.2 Multifunctionality and the productivist/non-
       productivist boundaries of decision-making -- 9.3 
       Multifunctionality and the boundaries of 'agriculture' -- 
       9.4 Weak, moderate and strong multifunctionality: a 
       normative view -- 9.5 The geography of multifunctionality 
       -- 9.6 Conclusions -- 10. Multifunctional agricultural 
       transitions -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Exploring 
       transitional potential: constraints and opportunities for 
       multifunctional decision-making pathways -- 10.3 
       Multifunctional transitions at farm level -- 10.4 Managing
       transitions -- 10.5 Conclusions -- 11. Conclusions -- 11.1
       What this book has attempted to do -- 11.2 How this book 
       can serve as a platform for future research -- 11.3 And 
       finally: throwing down the gauntlet … -- References -- 
       Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J --
       K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- W 
520    In a time of great agricultural and rural change, the 
       notion of 'multifunctionality' has remained under-
       theorized and poorly linked to the debates in the social 
       sciences. This book analyses the extent to which the 
       proposed transition towards post-productivist agriculture 
       holds up to scientific scrutiny, and proposes a new 
       transition theory 
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