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Title Restructuring global and regional agricultures : transformations in Australasian agri-food economies and spaces / edited by David Burch, Jasper Goss, Geoffrey Lawrence
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
©1999
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Routledge revivals.
Contents PART I: THE CONTEMPORARY DYNAMICS OF GLOBAL AGRI-FOOD RELATIONS; 1 Virtual capitalism and agri-food restructuring; 2 Switzerland's billabong? Brand management in the global food system and Nestlé Australia; 3 An apple a day: Renegotiating concepts, revisiting context in New Zealand's pipfruit industry; 4 New Zealand's organic food exports: Current interpretations and new directions in research; 5 The organic manifesto: Organic agriculture in the world food system
11 Markets as politics: The case of the meat export industry of New Zealand12 Food safety and the New Zealand dairy industry: The politics of Stolle hyperimmune milk; 13 Fertiliser and sustainable land management in pastoral farming, Northland; 14 Doing good, doing harm? Public debate about Rabbit Calicivirus Disease in New Zealand; 15 Hiring labour for sugar harvesting: Farmers, farm workers and sub-contractors; PART IV: THEORISING KEY CONCEPTS IN AGRI-FOOD RESEARCH; 16 'Feed the man meat': Gendered food and theories of consumption
17 Contract farming in the New Zealand wine industry: An example of real subsumption18 An Action Learning approach to grower-focussed change: Research among cotton producers in Queensland; 19 The discourse of sustainable development and the Australian sugar industry: A preliminary analysis; Index
6 An end to Fordist food? Economic crisis and the fast food sector in Southeast AsiaPART II: RESTRUCTURING WITHIN AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND AGRI-FOOD SYSTEMS; 7 Capitalism, the state and Kai Moana: Mäori, the New Zealand fishing industry and restructuring; 8 Economic restructuring and neo-liberalism in Australian rural adjustment policy; 9 The restructuring of industry-based agricultural training in New Zealand; 10 Discourses of community and dairy company amalgamations in Taranaki, New Zealand; PART III: AGRICULTURAL POLICY AND POLITICS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
Summary First published in 1999, this collection of papers represents the latest thinking on the effects of globalisation and agri-food restructuring from a regional and peripheral perspective. The book breaks new ground in our understanding of the relationship between the global, regional and local levels in the sphere of agri-food production. While Australia and New Zealand are important components of the agri-food system, the economic and political decisions which impact at the regional and local level are usually made elsewhere - often in the boardrooms of global companies and the political institutions of Europe and North America. At the same time, however, Australia and New Zealand have sought to establish some independent room for manoeuvre. In Australia this can be seen in the targeting of consumers in South East Asia, and New Zealand has experienced both sweeping deregulation and niche marketing of goods such as organic produce. The success or failure of these strategies cannot currently be determined, but this invaluable collection presents and discusses some possible future scenarios. Featuring 31 specialists in sociology, geography, social anthropology, veterinary science, environmental studies and sustainable development, it is a product of the Agri-Food Research Network. The volume includes 19 essays which attempt to conceptualise a series of global trends and their local ramifications, explore Australian and New Zealand experiences of agri-food restructuring in historic, ideological and discursive terms, and analyse local policy and politics and the influence on rural producers, along with studying four key concepts underpinning agri-food research and the possibilities for their application in new areas
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on August 14, 2019)
Subject Agricultural industries -- Australasia
Agriculture and state -- Australasia
Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Australasia
Food industry and trade -- Australasia
Agricultural industries.
Agriculture and state.
Agriculture -- Economic aspects.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
Food industry and trade.
Australasia.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 042944835X
042982744X
0429827458
9780429448355
9780429827440
9780429827457