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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Volume 172, Number 3, September 2006

Sustainable farmland management as political and cultural discourse
pp. 183-189(7)
Authors: FISH, ROBERT; SEYMOUR, SUSANNE; WATKINS, CHARLES

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From market to multifunctionality? Land stewardship in Australia
pp. 197-205(9)
Authors: COCKLIN, CHRIS; DIBDEN, JACQUI; MAUTNER, NAOMI

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Managing sustainable farmed landscape through ‘alternative’ food networks: a case study from Italy
pp. 219-229(11)
Authors: HOLLOWAY, LEWIS; COX, ROSIE; VENN, LAURA; KNEAFSEY, MOYA; DOWLER, ELIZABETH; TUOMAINEN, HELENA

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When response becomes responsibility

pp. 248-250(3)
Authors: CLARK, NIGEL; GREENHOUGH, BETH; JAZEEL, TARIQ

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Theories and Practices of Development - by Katie Willis
pp. 263-263(1)
Author: Jenkins, Katy

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Children, Youth and Development - by Nicola Ansell
pp. 263-264(2)
Author: Horton, John

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Re-Presenting GIS - Edited by Peter Fisher and David J Unwin
pp. 264-265(2)
Author: Brown, Krystyna

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Global Environmental Issues - Edited by Frances Harris
pp. 266-267(2)
Author: Chambers, Frank

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