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Agrarian knowledge networks: a conceptualisation


, : Agrarian knowledge networks: a conceptualisation. Wageningse Sociologische Studies ( 28): 1-7

One aspect of a social relation is exchange of knowledge. The paper focuses on agrarian knowledge networks and argues that while many networks are consciously made, as in the case of an extension agency, for the most part, networks are rather informal arrangements between people based on multipurpose social relations. Knowledge chains are defined as the relatively stable patterns of interaction and communication by which knowledge is exchanged or generated.

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