Chapter 7 - The Sociology of Sustainable Development

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Unformatted text preview: vins, 1977, respectively. 6. For an overview, see Humphrey and Buttel, 1982, Chapter 5. 7. For a review, see Sandbach, 1978. 8. Buttel, 1998, p. 263. 9. Baker et al., 1997, pp. 2–3. 10. Cited in Ekins, 1993, p. 91. 262 CHAPTER SEVEN 11. Schumacher, 1973. 12. Schnaiberg, 1997, p. 74. 13. See Ekins, 1993; Lélé, 1991; Lohmann, 1990; Redclift and Woodgate, 1997, p. 55. 14. Ekins, 1993, p. 91. 15. Ekins, 1993, pp. 94–95. 16. Sachs, 1997, p. 73. 17. Baker et al., 1997; Sunderlin, 1995. 18. Dryzek, 1997, p. 123. 19. Richardson, 1997. 20. Rich, 1994, p. 196. 21. What is interesting about agriculture is that there has been a very conscious movement to include the “social” in sustainable agriculture. A significant amount of research has examined the connections between social and environmental issues around agriculture. See, for example, Allen, 1993; Clancy, 1993; Feenstra, 1997; and Kloppenburg, Hendrickson, and Stevenson, 1996. Sustainable agriculture has drawn the attention of sociology as is evidenced by several special issues of key journals over the last few years dedicated to the topic: Society and Natural Resources’ (1997, vol. 10, no. 3) special issue on “The Politics and Policies of Sustainable Agriculture, Monthly Review’s (1998, vol. 50) issue titled, “Hungry Profit: Agriculture, Food, and Ecology,” and various issues of Rural Sociology, including a recent issue on restructuring agriculture in Australia and New Zealand (1999, vol. 64, no. 2). 22. U.S. Congress 1990 cited in Schwarzweller and Lyson, 1995, p. xi. 23. Sunderlin, 1995. 24. Baker et al., 1997, p. 17. 25. Lélé, 1991, p. 618. 26. Buttel, 1998, p. 265. 27. Barbier, 1987, p. 104. Barbier looks at the “biological and resource” system rather than the “ecological.” 28. Sunderlin, 1995, pp. 487–88. 29. Costanza et al., 1995, p. 20. 30. Elgin, 1981. 31. Lewis, 2000. 32. Sunderlin, 1995, p. 82. 33. Brown et al., 1990. 34. Cernea, 1993; see also Cernea, 1991. 35. Mitlin, 1992. 36. Escobar, 1995; essays in O’Connor, 1994; Redclift, 1987; Sachs, 1993. 37. Redclift, 1987....
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