Titel: Researching the Culture in Agri-Culture: Social Research for International Agricultural Development
Autor/en: Michael M. Cernea, Amir H. Kassam
Dezember 2005 - gebunden - 480 Seiten
Analyzes the functions, content, methods, findings, and impacts of social and cultural research carried out by the worldwide network of 16 International Agricultural Research Centers of the CGIAR. This book will be useful to researchers of agricultural and rural development, economics, sociology and anthropology.
Dedication: Tribute to Robert King Merton, as a Founder of the Sociology of Science; Foreword, Emil Q Javier and Per Pinstrup-Andersen; Acknowledgements; Contributors; List of Abbreviations; PART 1: SOCIAL RESEARCH FOR AGRICULTURAL POLICIES; Concept and Method: The Uphill Route for Social Research in a Technological Environment, M M Cernea; Agricultural Institutions and Receptivity to Social Research: The Case of the CGIAR, A H Kassam; Who Are the Social Researchers of the CGIAR System? E Rathgeber, University of Ottawa, Canada; PART 2: THE INSIDERS' VIEWS: SOCIAL RESEARCH IN THE CGIAR SYSTEM; Rice for the Poor: The Call and Opportunity for Social Research, T R Paris, DAPO, Phillippines, S Morin, F G Palis, and M Hossain; Understanding Forests-People Links: The Voice of Social Scientists, C J Pierce Colfer, CIFOR, Indonesia with E Dounias, M Goloubinoff, C Lopez, and W Sunderlin; Humanizing Technology Development in the Green Revolution's Home, M R Bellon, CIMMYT, Mexico, M Morris, J Ekboir, E Meng, H De Groote, and G Sain; Water to Thirsty Fields: How Social Research Can Contribute, M Samad, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka and D J Merrey; Rootcrops in Agricultural Societies: What Social Research has Revealed, G Prain, CGIAR System-wide initiative on Urban & Peri-urban Agriculture, Lima, Peru, G Thiele, O Ortiz, and D Campilan; Why the 'Livestock Revolution' Requires Research on People, D Romney, ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya and B Minjauw; Aquatic Resources: Collective Resources and Severance for the World's Fish Wealth, K Kuperan Viswanathan, World Fish Center, Dhaka, Bangladesh, M Ahmed, P Thompson, P Sultana, M Dey, and M Torell; Tropical Agriculture and Social Research: An Analytical Perspective, D Holland, Greening Australia, Inc, Australia, J Ashby, M Mejia, and J Voss. Dry Areas and the Changing Demands for Social Research, A A Aw-Hassan, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), Syria and M Abdelali-Martini; Agricultural Biodiversity-and How Human Culture is Shaping It, P Eyzaguirre, IPGRI, Italy; Studying Property Rights and Collective Action: A System-Wide Program, R Meinzen-Dick, CGIAR, USA; Crafting Food Policy with Social Science Knowledge, R Meinzen-Dick, M Adato, M Cohen, C Farrar, L Haddad, and A Quisumbing; PART 3: THE OUTSIDERS' VIEW: ISSUES, EXPECTATIONS, AND AGENDAS; Not Just One Best System: The Diversity of Institutions for Coping with the Commons, E Ostrom, Indiana University, USA; Social Research and Researchers in the CGIAR: Perceiving an Underused Potential, R Chambers, University of Sussex, UK; The Rockefeller Foundation and Social Research in Agriculture, G Conway, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA, A Adesina, J Lynam, and J Moock; A Donor Perspective on the Accomplishments, Limitations, and Opportunities for Social Research, S Bode, USAID/EGAT/ESP/IRB, USA and D Rubin; Seeking Half our Brains: Constraints and Incentives in the Social Context of Interdisciplinary Research, R E Rhoades, University of Georgia, USA; Roots: Reflections of a 'Rocky Doc' on Social Science in CGIAR, S Guggenheim, The World Bank, USA; Social Science Knowledge as Public Good for Agriculture, D G Dalrymple, US Agency for International Development, USA; Index.