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Do it sistimatika: on the learning paradigm of Cretan organic olive growers seeking a rural future

Collection:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center (ACDC)
Contributor:
Remmers, G.G.A. (main author), Gadanaki, M. (author), Stamata, E. (author)
Format:
Abstract
Publication Date:
1998-12
URL:
http://library.wur.nl/ejae/v5n3a.html#v5n3a1
Published:
Crete
Location:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois Box: 156
Subject Term:
agricultural development, change, crops, development, development issues, farm management, farmers, farming methods, information seeking, learning, organic farming, rural development, social factors, organic, Crete
Notes:
Retrieved January 28, 2007, "The notion comprises knowledge about what to do, which is made up of a clear vision and technical knowledge about how to organize the work, hard work, love, and finally an ability and desire to search for and learn whatever may be needed. The aspects of love and learning capacity are usually unacknowledged in Western conceptions of development strategies informed by a so-called systems approach."