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Volume 174, Number 3, September 2008

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Understanding pastoral mobility: the case of Senegalese Fulani
pp. 207-222(16)
Author: ADRIANSEN, HANNE KIRSTINE

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Context and contingency: the coffee crisis for conventional small-scale coffee farmers in Brazil
pp. 223-234(12)
Authors: WATSON, KELLY; ACHINELLI, MOIRA LAURA

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Learning from the South: common challenges and solutions for small-scale farming
pp. 235-250(16)
Authors: STRINGER, LINDSAY C; TWYMAN, CHASCA; GIBBS, LEAH M

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Presidential Address

The food crisis

pp. 269-273(5)
Author: KCMG FRGS FRS, GORDON CONWA

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Annual General Meeting
pp. 274-283(10)

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The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism - By Naomi Klein
pp. 284-287(4)
Authors: Nally, David; Clare, Karenjit; Gerry; Nally, David; Watson, E E; Williams, Philippa

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Iraq: People, History, Politics - By Gareth Stansfield
pp. 288-289(2)
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Thin on the Ground - By Anthony Young
pp. 289-289(1)
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The Riverscape and the River - By Sylvia M Haslam
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