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L'agriculture familiale à l’épreuve de la Covid-19 : le cas de la Guadeloupe

Abstract : We draw lessons from the Covid-19 crisis on family farming in Guadeloupe, based on data from a survey of over 380 consumers and nearly 15 farmers and technicians. Geels and Schot’s (2007) model of socio-technical transitions is used as a framework for analyzing the changes underway. The results show that it is important to rethink the relationships between consumers and farmers, particularly in terms of marketing methods. Coupled innovations, including the ‘baskets’ developed during the crisis, could be socio-technical instruments for unlocking the way to agro-ecological systems.
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Océane Biabiany, Nathalie Mandonnet, Anaëlle Bolo, Gisèle Alexandre, Eduardo Chia. L'agriculture familiale à l’épreuve de la Covid-19 : le cas de la Guadeloupe. Etudes Caribéennes, Université des Antilles, 2021, 49. ⟨hal-03348420⟩

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