JOURNALS PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS
1. LINKS BETWEEN CHINA’S “VIRTUAL LAND USE” AND FARMLAND LOSS
2. THE RISE AND FALL OF MIDDLE FARMERS: ACCUMULATION AND DIFFERENTIATION IN THE TEA CONSUMPTION REVOLUTION IN CHINA
3. BOTTOM-UP SELF-PROTECTION RESPONSES TO CHINA'S FOOD SAFETY CRISIS
4. IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA APPS ON PRODUCER–MEMBER RELATIONS IN CHINA’S COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
5. DISSUADING THE STATE: FOOD SECURITY, PEASANT RESISTANCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS IN RURAL BULGARIA
6. RETHINKING RESILIENCE: HOME GARDENING, FOOD SHARING AND EVERYDAY RESISTANCE
7. ENGAGING MEN AND BOYS TO PREVENT GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: POSSIBILITIES, TENSIONS AND DEBATES
8. SUCCESS AND FAILURE OF PROTEST ACTORS’ FRAMING STRATEGIES IN CONFLICTS OVER LAND AND MINING IN SENEGAL
9. RELIGION AND FEMALE EMPOWERMENT: EVIDENCE FROM PAKISTAN AND NORTHERN NIGERIA
10. DIRECT DEMOCRACY IN MINING CONFLICTS IN LATIN AMERICA: MOBILISING AGAINST THE LA COLOSA PROJECT IN COLOMBIA
11. WET MARKETS, SUPERMARKETS AND ALTERNATIVE FOOD SOURCES: CONSUMERS’ FOOD ACCESS IN NANJING, CHINA
12. STATE FOOD SECURITY AND PEOPLE’S FOOD SOVEREIGNTY: COMPETING VISIONS OF AGRICULTURE IN CHINA
13. CORRECTION:SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS FRAMEWORK OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE
14. JOB STRESS, DAILY STRESS, AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG LOW-WAGE WORKERS IN KOREA: THE ROLE OF RESILIENCE
15. WORK INTEGRATION SOCIAL ENTERPRISES AS VESSELS OF EMPOWERMENT? PERSPECTIVES FROM EMPLOYEES
16. FROM BUREAUCRACY TO TECHNOCRACY IN A SOCIAL WELFARE AGENCY: A CAUTIONARY TALE
17. CHANGES IN CHARACTERISTICS OF EGO-CENTRED NETWORKS OF FEMALE IMMIGRANTS MARRIED TO KOREAN MEN
18. LOW-DOSE X-RAY IRRADIATION OF WHEAT AND BEAN SAMPLES DETECTABLE BY FLUORESCENCE EXCITATION SPECTROSCOPY (FES)
19. EFFECTS OF BIODYNAMIC PREPARATIONS ON CONCENTRATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN THE LEAVES OF TWO WHITE MULBERRY CULTIVARS
20. EFFECT OF PLANT EXTRACTS AND EMULSIFIERS ON CONTROL OF ANTHRACNOSE (COLLETOTRICHUM COCCODES) IN PERSIMMON TREES