WS4: Knowing and Learning: labour and skills at stake for a multidimensional agriculture

Paper presentations

A.E. Crawfor, M.S. Paine and T.M. Davison. Organising for change – a national approach to meet the challenge for the Australian dairy industry, pp. 413-425.

A.A. Vilas Boas and P. Goldey. Farmers’expectations of farmers’ organisations in Minas Gerais, Brazil: Extension rhetoric or practice?, pp. 427-738.

C. Macombe. Learning new skills by French farmers. Evolution and unevenness of the beliefs, pp. 349-448.

C. Blackmore. From one-off events to learning systems and communities of practice, pp. 449-458.

C. Stoate. Preparing for a new agri-environment scheme in England: Influences on farmer participation, pp. 459-466.

C. Newsham. An everyday tale of farming folk, pp. 467-470.

T. Dupeuble. CTE as a process of competences’ transformation?, pp. 471-482.

E. Wielinga. The Response-Ability of Networks: Healthy and Sick Agricultural Knowledge Networks in the Netherlands, pp. 483-495.

E. Østergaard and E. Krogh.Learning Innovation: Teacher Education for a Multidimensional Agriculture, pp. 497-506.

E. Noe. Management of multidimensional farming - the perspective of farm enterprises as heterogeneous self-organising systems, pp. 507-516.

G. Allaire and J. Boiffin. Innovation and Development: Intensification / Disintensification Paradigms Reflections from the French Experience, pp. 517-525.

H.J. Andersen. Potentials of the agricultural adviser: The specialist, the reflective specialist and the reflective listener, pp. 527-536.

H. Langeveld and J. Proost. Participative learning for the Future: using interactive farmer-research networks in the development of new plant production systems in The Netherlands, pp. 537-547.

H. Mattner, R. Packham and R. Bawden. Changing our perspectives on learning to manage change, pp. 549-559.

H. Habibie, N. Sriskandarajah and R.G. Packham. Facilitating participatory evaluation as a learning process, pp. 561-571.

H. Schmitz. Partnership as a Special Case of Participation: an Experience of Cooperation Among Farmers, Researchers and Extensionists in Brazil, pp. 573-584.

J. Jennings and R. Packham. Spatial and temporal boundaries, stakeholder ownership and the power of people in Action Research and Extension processes, pp. 585-593.

K. Knickel and S. Peter. Rural Areas are Shaping the Future: Some Experiences with the Regional Action Programme in Germany, pp. 595-604.

K. Roberts and M. Paine. Continuous Business Improvement: An animal difficult to domesticate, pp. 605-614.

K.M. Cho and H. Boland. Knowing and Learning: Views of Extension Agents concerning their Training Needs for Agriculture and Rural Development in Myanmar, pp. 615-622.

K. Marquardt. FSR’s possibilities and shortcomings – the necessity of learning from and with farmers’ knowledge and worldviews. Insights from a Case Study in Peru, pp. 623-632.

L. Jolly, T. Nergaard, K. Parow and B. Verstad. The Farm as a Pedagogical Resource: Background for and evaluation of the co-operation between agriculture and primary school in the county of Nord-Trondelag, Norway, pp. 633-643.

M. Slavik and E. Kriz. Change in Management of Information Systems in Czech Agriculture, pp. 645-652.

M. Paine, R. Nettle and S. Coats. Learning and professional development in advisory services: supporting the reflective practitioner, pp. 653-662.

M. Mikkola. Strenthening local food systems: tracing learning of knowledge and skills by content and discourse analysis, pp. 663-671.

N. Girard, C. Albaladejo and J. Labatut. From farm advisory work to new practices facilitating learning in rural areas: The case of a saffron association in south-west France, pp. 673-686.

R.A. Nettle, M.S. Paine and P. Brightling. Learning from change – A case study method to support learning and evaluation within systems projects, pp. 687-697.

R. Rossier. Role Models and Farm Development Options: A Comparison of seven Swiss farm families, pp. 699-710.

S. van Bommel. Social learning and the changed construction of nature conservation, pp. 711-722.

S. Stöber. PLA - a catalyst for good local governance?, pp. 723-734.

S. Fountas, H. Lipczak Jakobsen and S. Blackmore. Participative Research to Develop a Model for Decision Making in Precision Agriculture, pp. 735-743.

T. Bozzoli, G. Brunori and M. Rovai. Water management and environmental awareness: a case study on nursery gardening in Tuscany, Italy, pp. 745-755.

Y. Chiffoleau and F. Dreyfus.Cognitive styles and networks patterns; a combined approach of learning processes in sustainable agriculture, pp. 757-769.