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Human relations in agriculture and farm life

Farm Foundation (Chicago, Ill.)

Human relations in agriculture and farm life

the status of rural sociology in the land-grant colleges.

by Farm Foundation (Chicago, Ill.)

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Published in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology, Rural

  • Edition Notes

    StatementReport of a study made by a committee of land-grant college personnel. Sponsored by the Farm Foundation
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p.
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16759285M
    LC Control Number51010176

    Plant and animal agriculture raises a variety of ethical issues that bleed into debates about justice, political economy, the moral status of nature, property rights and the concept of the human. The rise of industrialized agriculture has resulted in an abundance of affordable food for vast populations in the West. Learn how to successfully lead, inspire, and cultivate diverse talent with a degree that combines the value of a human resources education with expertise in organizational strategy. Champlain's online master's degree in human relations and organization is interdisciplinary by nature, and prepares students to nimbly address today's top organizational challenges. With an emphasis on applied.

    “Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals and happiness” —Thomas Jefferson, letter to George Washington from Paris, 14 August We may not need a quote from a founding father to know the importance of agriculture, but a full understanding of the history of the United States requires an appreciation of our rural. 52 J.L. Albright Human/Farm Animal Interactions At a conference on the Human/ Animal Bond, Kilgour () reported as follows: Humans keep animals, birds or insects for food, apparel, traction, cartage, sport, entertainment, scientific research, and industrial uses.

    Agriculture would appear to be fertile ground for exploring the geographies of animal–human relations, with recent political attention paid to the importance of farmers being seen as ‘good stewards of both land and livestock’ (The Curry Report, , p. 24) alongside more popularised discourses of the treatment of animals within ‘modern Cited by: AgWeb is the farmer’s source for agriculture news online. Stay informed with daily content from across Farm Journal's properties. We'll supply the latest news on crop and livestock farming, live.


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