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The Farm Labor Problem

The Farm Labor Problem Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128172681
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The Farm Labor Problem: A Global Perspective explores the unique character of agricultural labor markets and the implications for food production, farm worker welfare and advocacy, and immigration policy. Agricultural labor markets differ from other labor markets in fundamental ways related to seasonality and uncertainty, and they evolve differently than other labor markets as economies develop. We weave economic analysis with the history of agricultural labor markets using data and real-world events. The farm labor history of California and the United States is particularly rich, so it plays a central role in the book, but the book has a global perspective ensuring its relevance to Europe and high-income Asian countries. The chapters in this book provide readers with the basics for understanding how farm labor markets work (labor in agricultural household models, farm labor supply and demand, spatial market equilibria); farm labor and immigration policy; farm labor organizing; farm employment and rural poverty; unionization and the United Farm Workers movement; the Fair Food Program as a new approach to collective bargaining; the declining immigrant farm labor supply; and what economic development in relatively low-income countries portends for the future of agriculture in the United States and other high-income countries. The book concludes with a chapter called "Robots in the Fields," which extrapolates current trends to a perhaps not-so-distant future. The Farm Labor Problem serves as both a guide to policy makers, farmworker advocates and international development organizations and as a textbook for students of agricultural economics and economics. Describes the unique character of agricultural labor markets providing consequential insights Contextualizes the economics of agricultural labor with a global perspective Examines the history of farm labor, immigration, policy and collective bargaining with a view to the future

Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Velma Maia Thomas
Editor: Quarto Publishing Group USA
ISBN: 0760363838
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An intimate look at centuries of black history in America with exclusive accounts, photographs, newspaper reproductions, and other documents. One of The Root's Favorite Reads of 2019 Presented in three parts—Lest We Forget, Freedom's Children, and We Shall Not Be Moved—this volume brings African American history to vivid and illustrated life. It includes: Lest We Forget: Based on materials from the nationally acclaimed Black Holocaust Exhibit, Lest We Forget documents the plight of an estimated 100 million Africans, from their rich pre-slavery culture to their enslavement in a foreign land. This collection of stirring historic papers, memoirs, personal effects, and photographs presented alongside moving commentary chronicles the unyielding strength of a people who refused to be broken. Freedom's Children: Taste the sweetness of freedom and the bitter struggle for equality through the documents that impacted the lives of an entire race. Freedom's Children vividly presents the heart-wrenching and inspiring account of freedmen and freedwomen during Reconstruction and into the twentieth century. We Shall Not Be Moved: Throughout the twentieth century, African Americans would trouble the waters of America—agitating, challenging, and defying the status quo. We Shall Not Be Moved chronicles the struggles and triumphs of African Americans leading up to and during the Civil Rights Movement. Feel the strength of those entrenched in the fight for justice up through the twenty-first century in an afterword that includes the election of America's first African American president and the beginning of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. With this richly illustrated book, take an intimate and unforgettable journey through more than four centuries of black history.

A Lynching in Little Dixie

A Lynching in Little Dixie Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Patricia L. Roberts
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476634866
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James T. Scott's 1923 lynching in the college town of Columbia, Missouri was precipitated by a case of mistaken identity. Falsely accused of rape, the World War I veteran was dragged from jail by a mob and hanged from a bridge before 1000 onlookers. Patricia L. Roberts lived most of her life unaware that her aunt was the girl who erroneously accused Scott, only learning of it from a 2003 account in the University of Missouri's school newspaper. Drawing on archival research, she tells Scott's full story for the first time in the context of the racism of the Jim Crow Midwest.

Farm Policy Analysis

Farm Policy Analysis Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Luther Tweeten
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0429713800
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This book provides the foundation needed to understand, interpret, and analyze farm policy. It rests on the proposition that farm policy can be studied properly only when it is placed within its social, economic, and political setting.

Second Great Emancipation: Mech.cottonpicker, Black Migration & Modern South (c)

Second Great Emancipation: Mech.cottonpicker, Black Migration & Modern South (c) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Donald Holley
Editor: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781610753678
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Second Great Emancipation: Mech.cottonpicker, Black Migration & Modern South (c) by Donald Holley Summary

"Development of the mechanical cotton picker not only made possible the continuation of cotton cultivation in the post-plantation era, it helped free the region of Jim Crow laws as political power was relocated from farms to cities and thereby opened the door for the civil rights movement of the 1950s. Just as President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation freed African Americans from chattel slavery, the mechanical cotton picker freed laborers from the drudgery of the cotton harvest and brought the agricultural South into a period of prosperity."--Jacket

The Call of the Farm

The Call of the Farm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rochelle Bilow
Editor: The Experiment
ISBN: 1615192158
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Rochelle Bilow, a classically trained cook and aspiring food writer, was nursing a broken heart and frustrated with her yet-to-take-off career when she set out to write a short profile of a small, sustainable CSA farm in central New York. At most, she expected to come away with a cute city-girl-in-the-country piece. But after just one day of moving hay bales, feeding pigs, and tapping maple sap, she was hooked: The air was fresh, her muscles felt useful, and the smells from the kitchen where the farmhands gathered at day’s end were intoxicating. Add in a sweet but enigmatic young farmer whose soulful gaze meets her own, and The Call of the Farm is set in motion. This enticing memoir charts the unexpected year that unfolds as Rochelle immerses herself in life at the farm. She cooks her way through four seasons of fresh-from-the-earth produce (with such tantalizing results as Blistered Tomato Gratin and Crisped Potato Casserole with Shaved Chives), grapples more than once with the finer points of rendering lard, and begins to feel she has finally found her niche—all while falling hard for that handsome, blue-eyed farmer. Honest, self-aware, and wonderfully tender, The Call of the Farm is for anyone who has daydreamed about a simpler life—or fallen too deeply in love.

Locality and Inequality

Locality and Inequality Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Linda M. Lobao
Editor: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438411081
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Locality and Inequality by Linda M. Lobao Summary

This book explores how the recent restructuring of farming and industry has affected economic and social equality in the United States. The author explains how the farm sector has undergone a dramatic restructuring with profound effects. Moderate-size family farms, the mainstay of American agriculture, have declined during the postwar period and are now under severe financial stress. Large-scale industrialized farms — “the factories in the field,” often run by corporations — continue to expand their share of agricultural sales while small farms operated on a part-time basis appear to be replacing traditional family farming. Lobao shows that public concern about farm restructuring is indeed warranted and that the nation now appears to be losing its most beneficial farms as well as industries. While local and regional social and economic forces and state policy can be brought to bear on these trends, Lobao particulary focuses on how community empowerment and broad-based political coalitions offer the most promise for fundamental change.

Education and Society

Education and Society Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dr. Thurston Domina,Dr. Benjamin G. Gibbs,Dr. Lisa Nunn,Dr. Andrew Penner
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520968301
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Education and Society by Dr. Thurston Domina,Dr. Benjamin G. Gibbs,Dr. Lisa Nunn,Dr. Andrew Penner Summary

Drawing on current scholarship, Education and Society takes students on a journey through the many roles that education plays in contemporary societies. Addressing students’ own experience of education before expanding to larger sociological conversations, Education and Society helps readers understand and engage with such topics as peer groups, gender and identity, social class, the racialization of achievement, the treatment of immigrant children, special education, school choice, accountability, discipline, global perspectives, and schooling as a social institution. The book prompts students to evaluate how schools organize our society and how society organizes our schools. Moving from students to schooling to social forces, Education and Society provides a lively and engaging introduction to theory and research and will serve as a cornerstone for courses such as sociology of education, foundations of education, critical issues in education, and school and society.

Race And The Incidence Of Environmental Hazards

Race And The Incidence Of Environmental Hazards Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bunyan Bryant,Paul Mohai
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000308855
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This book discusses the poor and people of color and their struggle to take control of one of the most basic aspects of their lives: the quality of their environment. It exposes the fact of environmental inequity and its consequences in face of general neglect by policymakers and social scientists.

The Killing Of The Countryside

The Killing Of The Countryside Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Graham Harvey
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448112974
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Over then past fifty years the British countryside has changed out of all recognition. A wide range of wildlife species are disappearing - victims of modern intensive farming, of pesticides and fertilisers and the sheer relentless pressure to maximise output from every hedge bank and field corner. It need not have happened. The loss of our wildlife and countryside has come about through a deliberate and sustained national policy, one that costs the British people 8 billion a year. The Killing of the Countryside is a devastating attack on modern British agricultural policy and practice and a plea for a return to natural cycles, an end to subsidies and the domination of agribusiness, and for a safe, sustainable farming system. Winner of the 1997 BP Natural World Book Award.

Economic Policy and Sustainable Land Use

Economic Policy and Sustainable Land Use Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nico Heerink,Herman van Keulen,Marijke Kuiper
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642575587
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Economic Policy and Sustainable Land Use by Nico Heerink,Herman van Keulen,Marijke Kuiper Summary

Since the 1980s many developing countries have implemented macro-economic policy reforms to curb inflation, reduce fiscal deficits and control foreign debt. The policy instruments used, such as exchange rate adjustment, budget cuts, trade policy reforms, public expenditure reviews and privatisation, have different and sometimes opposite consequences for agricultural land use. During the same period awareness was growing that deteriorating soil quality could become a limiting factor to increase or even sustain agricultural production. As a result, food availability and even accessibility for large population groups in developing countries may be jeopardised in the near future. Recently, quantitative models have made useful contributions to understanding the impact of economic policy reforms on the sustainability of land use. They provide a consistent analytical framework to deal with complex issues such as the direct and indirect effects of economic, agricultural, environmental and population policies, the role of market imperfections in transmitting economic policy signals, and the interactions between soil quality, agricultural production and household economic decision making. Different types of models can be distinguished: bio economic models, focussing on the link between farm household decisions and the agricultural resource base, household and village models, examining the impact of the socio-economic environment on farm household decisions, and more aggregate models, analysing interactions between sectors and their implications for sustainable land use.


SACRED MEMORIES Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marlene Stewart Jones
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456845845
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We have been advised to “Keep a history . . . of all things that transpire” (D&C 85:1). I hope that my record will have longterm value for our children, their spouses, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. I have tried to express my gratitude and goals, and deep love, for each member of this remarkable family. I have described our beliefs, traditions, successes, challenges, and the special miracles that we have experienced. We have been blessed, with many great events in our lives and at times in which we have felt divine guidance and infl uence, for which we are very grateful. This history has given me an opportunity to relive memorable experiences and learn more about myself and what I consider to be the most important aspects of mortal life and my eternal potential. I hope that my history helps those that I love understand me better and infl uences their lives.

Historys Most Dang Jobs Navvies

Historys Most Dang Jobs Navvies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anthony Burton
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 0752481266
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This is the story of the men who built Britain’s canals and railways – not the engineers and the administrators but the ones who provided the brawn and muscle. There had never been a workforce like the navvies, a great army of men, moving about the country following the work as it became available. This book will tell of their extraordinary feats of strength and their often colourful lives. They lived rough, usually having to make do with huts and shelters cobbled together from whatever materials were available. They worked hard and drank hard. Often exploited by their employers, they were always liable to erupt into riots that could have fatal results. The book will look at who these men were, where they came from – and destroy the myth that they were all Irish. It is a story full of drama, but above all one of great achievements.

Agricultural development: New perspectives in a changing world

Agricultural development: New perspectives in a changing world Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Otsuka, Keijiro, ed.,Fan, Shenggen, ed.
Editor: Intl Food Policy Res Inst
ISBN: 0896293831
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Agricultural development: New perspectives in a changing world by Otsuka, Keijiro, ed.,Fan, Shenggen, ed. Summary

Agricultural Development: New Perspectives in a Changing World is the first comprehensive exploration of key emerging issues facing developing-country agriculture today, from rapid urbanization to rural transformation to climate change. In this four-part volume, top experts offer the latest research in the field of agricultural development. Using new lenses to examine today’s biggest challenges, contributors address topics such as nutrition and health, gender and household decision-making, agrifood value chains, natural resource management, and political economy. The book also covers most developing regions, providing a critical global perspective at a time when many pressing challenges extend beyond national borders. Tying all this together, Agricultural Development explores policy options and strategies for developing sustainable agriculture and reducing food insecurity and malnutrition. The changing global landscape combined with new and better data, technologies, and understanding means that agriculture can and must contribute to a wider range of development outcomes than ever before, including reducing poverty, ensuring adequate nutrition, creating strong food value chains, improving environmental sustainability, and promoting gender equity and equality. Agricultural Development: New Perspectives in a Changing World, with its unprecedented breadth and scope, will be an indispensable resource for the next generation of policymakers, researchers, and students dedicated to improving agriculture for global wellbeing.

Culture And Reproduction

Culture And Reproduction Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Thomas E Anderson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 042971212X
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Bent . . . Not . . . Broken

Bent . . . Not . . . Broken Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. C. King
Editor: Archway Publishing
ISBN: 1480861626
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The author confronts the memory of his toxic family and horrific childhood in Bent Not Broken. He thought his life would get better after entering foster care, but it wasnt much better than where he had been living. Mr. Gibson chain-smoked cigarettes, and Miss Agnes always smoked nasty cigars. Whenever he had to walk into the smoky room, he coughed profusely. Every two days, some kid delivered beer to them, which they drank morning to night. While hed eventually be introduced to a new mama and other family members and move to Mayville, Louisiana, life would continue to deal him pain. But while hed receive scars and wounds, the obstacles propelled him to new levels of courageand in his memoir, he shares how an inner voice guided himwhether he was in the classroom, serving in Vietnam, battling an addiction to alcohol, or working as a civilian. Join the author as he confronts the demons of his past and looks back at overcoming the odds to enjoy a happy family life and multiple successful careers.

Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems

Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080931391
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Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems by , Summary

Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems, Second Edition addresses important issues by examining topics of global agriculture and food systems that are key to understanding the challenges we face. Questions it addresses include: Will we be able to produce enough food to meet the increasing dietary needs and wants of the additional two billion people expected to inhabit our planet by 2050? Will we be able to meet the need for so much more food while simultaneously reducing adverse environmental effects of today’s agriculture practices? Will we be able to produce the additional food using less land and water than we use now? These are among the most important challenges that face our planet in the coming decades. The broad themes of food systems and people, agriculture and the environment, the science of agriculture, agricultural products, and agricultural production systems are covered in more than 200 separate chapters of this work. The book provides information that serves as the foundation for discussion of the food and environment challenges of the world. An international group of highly respected authors addresses these issues from a global perspective and provides the background, references, and linkages for further exploration of each of topics of this comprehensive work. Addresses important challenges of sustainability and efficiency from a global perspective. Takes a detailed look at the important issues affecting the agricultural and food industries today. Full colour throughout.