Agriculture and Human Values is the journal of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society. The journal, like the society, is dedicated to an open and free discussion of the values that shape food and agricultural systems and the structures that underlie their current and alternative visions. It publishes interdisciplinary research that critically examines the values, relationships, conflicts and contradictions within contemporary agricultural and food systems and addresses the impact of agricultural and food related institutions, policies, and practices on human populations, the environment, democratic governance, and social equity. This journal provides an ideal ‘home’ for such a Symposium Issue.
The journal welcomes interdisciplinary research from sociology, anthropology, development, economics, geography, philosophy, environmental studies, health and nutrition science, crop and soil science, and other social and physical sciences; contributions may include empirical studies, qualitative research, theoretical discussions, case studies, literature reviews, policy analyses, in-the-field reports, and humanities-based inquiries.
Agriculture and Human Values is a member of the Springer ‘family’ of journals. There are no publication costs to publish in Agriculture and Human Values. Several options for open access publishing are available, including arrangements between the corresponding author’s institution and Springer, Springer OpenChoice and Springer’s self-archiving policy (‘Green OA’).
ISSN: 0889-048X (Print) 1572-8366 (Online)
Impact: 2.568 (IF 2017); 3.348 (5 YR IF 2017); 1.610 (SNIP 2017); 1.173 (SJR 2017)
Usage: 199,578 (downloads 2017)
Availability: 1984 – 2019; 36 Volumes; 132 Issues
More information: https://link.springer.com/journal/10460; https://www.springer.com/philosophy/ethics+and+moral+philosophy/journal/10460