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The modus operandi of urban agriculture initiatives toward a conceptual framework

(2018) NATURE + CULTURE. 13(1). p.17-46
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Urban agriculture (UA) has turned into a diverse and complex movement. Important challenges will be to set accurate expectations by civil society in relation to UA development, and to find ways to discuss UA in governance and collaboration networks from an aggregate point of view. However, analytical tools that allow comprehensive study of UA initiatives (UAIs) are absent. This article elaborates on a conceptual framework from the COST Action Urban Agriculture Europe (Prove et al. 2015) and evaluates findings that result from applying the framework to four UAIs. We found that, analytically, the framework generates in-depth information on UAIs, and argue that it can be a useful tool in networks that are responsible for collaboration, support, or governance within the UA movement. We also discuss its usability issues and discuss future research.
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civil society, conceptual framework, diversity, Europe, gover- nance, sustainable development, urban agriculture

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Prové, Charlotte, et al. “The Modus Operandi of Urban Agriculture Initiatives toward a Conceptual Framework.” NATURE + CULTURE, vol. 13, no. 1, 2018, pp. 17–46, doi:10.3167/nc.2018.130102.
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Prové, C., Kemper, D., & Loudiyi, S. (2018). The modus operandi of urban agriculture initiatives toward a conceptual framework. NATURE + CULTURE, 13(1), 17–46. https://doi.org/10.3167/nc.2018.130102
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Prové, Charlotte, Denise Kemper, and Salma Loudiyi. 2018. “The Modus Operandi of Urban Agriculture Initiatives toward a Conceptual Framework.” NATURE + CULTURE 13 (1): 17–46. https://doi.org/10.3167/nc.2018.130102.
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Prové, Charlotte, Denise Kemper, and Salma Loudiyi. 2018. “The Modus Operandi of Urban Agriculture Initiatives toward a Conceptual Framework.” NATURE + CULTURE 13 (1): 17–46. doi:10.3167/nc.2018.130102.
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Prové C, Kemper D, Loudiyi S. The modus operandi of urban agriculture initiatives toward a conceptual framework. NATURE + CULTURE. 2018;13(1):17–46.
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C. Prové, D. Kemper, and S. Loudiyi, “The modus operandi of urban agriculture initiatives toward a conceptual framework,” NATURE + CULTURE, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 17–46, 2018.
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