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牧田りえ・鶴田格(共)著/フェアトレードと有機農業運動:隠れた現実

Fair Trade and Organic Initiatives in Asian Agriculture : The Hidden Realities

(Routledge Studies in Development Economics ; : 133)

Makita, Rie   Tsuruta, Tadasu

Routledge 2017/03
160 p. 25 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138653146
KCN: 1026280628
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Annotation

With case studies from India, Thailand and the Philippines.

Full Description

In addition to constituting an evolving area of inquiry within the social sciences, agricultural certification, and particularly its Fair Trade and organic components, has emerged as a significant tool for promoting rural development in the global South. This book is unique for two reasons. First, in contrast to existing studies that have tended to examine Fair Trade and organic certification as independent systems, the studies presented in this book reveal their joint application within actual production settings, demonstrating the greater complexity entailed in these double certification systems through the generation of contradictions and tensions compared with single certification systems. Second, the authors, who are both Asian, reveal the realities of applying Fair Trade and organic certification systems within Asian agriculture. In doing so, they challenge the fact that most Fair Trade studies have been undertaken by Western scholars who have tended to focus on Latin American and African producers. Drawing on a wealth of grounded case studies conducted in India, Thailand, and the Philippines, this pioneering study on double certification makes a significant contribution to studies on Fair Trade and organic agriculture beyond Asia.

Table of Contents

List of figures List of tables Acknowledgments Abbreviations 1 Introduction 2 Fair Trade and organic agriculture: A case from South India 3 Fair Trade, organic, and genetically modified organisms: A case from Central India 4 Plantation management and workers: A case from Darjeeling, India 5 Social movements and commercial certification: A case from Thailand 6 Certification-supported farming and other diversified livelihoods: A case from the Philippines 7 Conclusion Bibliography Index