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Is there a female principle in organic farming? An interpretation of data for Norway

, : Is there a female principle in organic farming? An interpretation of data for Norway. Sociological perspectives of organic agriculture: from pioneer to policy: 195-209

This chapter explores whether female farmers in Norway represent different management values and attitudes to male farmers, or whether male and female organic farmers together represent a more feminine way of farming than conventional farmers do.


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