Networks of Agri-Environmental Action: Temporality, Spatiality and Identity within Agricultural Environments
Engineering new networks between state agencies, farmers and other actors is central to contemporary agri-environmental policy. This article examines relationships between network membership, identity and changes in farming practice from the perspective of three different conceptualisations of social networks. These include social network analysis, the network society thesis and actor-network theory. Despite their common reliance on the metaphor of 'networks' to focus sociological analysis,...[Show more]
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