Land grabbing in dissonance : ethnography of territorial subjectivities and peasantization in Nkoranza, Ghana [Student report]
Ntiamoah, N.O. \ 2016
Transnational contacts of Ghanaian migrants : a study of meanings and identity in Amsterdam Zuidoost [Student report]
Baker, H. \ 2012
migration - migrants - identity - immigration - immigrants - acculturation - ghana - amsterdam - netherlands - western europe - europe
Land tenure security and certification in Northern Ethiopia: the case of Amhara Region [Student report]
Gebeyehu, Z.D. \ 2012
tenure systems - land ownership - agricultural land - agricultural law - ethiopia - east africa - africa - least developed countries - land rights - land policy - registration - property
Women’s experiences in disaster : a case of Koshi flood 2008 in Nepal [Student report]
Thapa, S. \ 2012
natural disasters - disasters - floods - south asia - nepal - least developed countries - women - roles - gender relations - emergencies - emergency relief
Policies and implementations of food security aid in Bangladesh [Student report]
Boog, E.C. van der \ 2012
food security - bangladesh - networks - agencies - knowledge
Climate change adaptation: a discourse and policy analysis on implications for Zimbabwe [Student report]
Mhene, N.R. \ 2011
climatic change - discourse analysis - environmental policy - policy processes - zimbabwe - southern africa
Kerk en natuurbescherming : casus: motivatie van kerkvertegenwoordigers om al dan niet mee te werken aan bescherming van vleermuizen op Zeeuwse kerkzolders [Student report]
Jacobusse, B.W. \ 2010
churches - historic buildings - chiroptera - wildlife conservation - local government - beliefs - zeeland - christianity - motivation - social ethics - protection - nature conservation

De Flora- en Faunawet die de vleermuizen zou moeten beschermen, speelt een beperkte rol in de besluitvorming van kerken. Bescherming van vleermuizen op kerkzolders wordt in deze studie in verband gebracht met christelijk rentmeesterschap

IDEM-ing : enacting a volunteer-run: deliberately flat and open organization [Student report]
Mileiva, S. \ 2011
organization - organizations - voluntary sector - volunteers - development projects - south africa
Food growing practices in rural Hungary [Student report]
Varga, Zsolt \ 2015
food production - food security - food supply - self sufficiency - subsistence farming - rural areas - agriculture - social processes - hungary - traditional farming

The present thesis explores food growing practices in rural Hungary. This exploration is related to a much broader issue and dialogues with the question: How to feed the world? The debate around this question includes quality, quantity, environm ...

A culture of migration : a study of shared meanings attached to migration from Ghana to Europe [Student report]
Baker, H. \ 2013
migration - ghana - europe - culture
Study of oyster mushroom and markets in Tanzania : case study of Hai district [Student report]
Mosha, P.J. \ 2011
rural development - rural sociology - mushrooms - markets - agricultural production - pleurotus ostreatus - tanzania - east africa - farming
Protesting citizens and discussions on nature areas: legitimizing involvement and the exploration of possible worlds : two case studies in the Netherlands [Student report]
Arts, I. \ 2012
nature conservation - deforestation - governance - opinions - citizens - land use

This research explores conflicts on nature areas between residents, nature organisation, municipality and other possible actors involved. The shift in society that has been described as a shift from ‘government’ to ‘governance’ has opened doors ...

Keeping on keeping on : a realist perspective on the scale of sand storage dams in Kenya from 2005-2015 [Student report]
Steen, Coen van der \ 2015
Meeting the needs of asylum seekers : a challenge for rural areas in Germany? [Student report]
Dapper \ 2016
Smallholders’ access to quality sweet potato vines in the Lake zone, Tanzania: the case of Mwanza [Student report]
Pamba, Ngabo \ 2015
Muddling through a sturdy process: case study on the lack of a dynamic fit between the broiler slaughtering regulation and community life in Bogor, Indonesia [Student report]
Vangerven, Astrid \ 2016
Dented but not daunted : study of the criminal perceptions and challenges of integration of Nigerians in the Netherlands [Student report]
Ogbonna, Ifeyinwa \ 2016
The road to certainty is uncertain : uncertainties and coping strategies in the development process of food chains which act in a niche market for agriculture nature products [Student report]
Klever, M. \ 2010
communication - food marketing - markets - milk marketing - nature - agro-industrial chains - milk products - netherlands - uncertainty - decision making
Do farmers use nature conservation to improve their public image? [Student report]
Schultinga, M. \ 2011
agri-environment schemes - multiple objective functions - objectives - motivation - imagery

Farmers engaged in nature conservation practices have the ability to enhance the quality of the environment and biodiversity of a significant part of The Netherlands. In order to understand the determinants of farmers’ behavior regarding nature ...

"Stuck in Italy" : stories of Eritrean refugees with ambitions [Monograph]
Abraha, S. \ 2011
disasters - refugees - eritrea - italy - sicily

This thesis is about Eritrean refugees in Sicily and their ambitions, circumstances and coping strategies to deal with the fact of being “stuck in Italy” against their will.

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