Farming (tagged articles)
Photo: J.T. Harwood
Commercialization and Discontent on the American Farm: The Farmer's Movements of the Late-19th and Early-20th Centuries
Zachary D. Blizard - During the periods of the Agrarian Revolt and the 1920s, farmers were unhappy with the economic conditions in which they found themselves. Both periods witnessed the ascent of political movements that endeavored to aid farmers in their economic distress, such as the... Keep Reading »
Nate Van Beilen - This paper explores the differing effects that conventional and organic agriculture have on soil ecosystems. The findings are primarily based on a review of published literature found in journal articles and government reports. Conventional agriculture is found to... Keep Reading »
Photo: Dana Dusterhoft
Jason Bradshaw - There is a growing public concern over the genetic alteration and use of chemicals in conventionally produced agriculture. The perceived risk of such agricultural production has prompted the rising popularity of organic alternatives in both developed and developing... Keep Reading »
Regulating GMOs in the United States and Europe: The Political and Economic Drivers Behind Monsanto's Agricultural Biotechnology Business
David C. Shishido - While the regulation of bioengineered agriculture began at the same time in both the United States (U.S.) and the European Union (EU), the political and economic landscapes surrounding this industry on each side of the Atlantic diverged significantly over time. This... Keep Reading »
Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture
Hannah Bidigare-Curtis - Although current methods of pig farming now allow cheap pork availability to consumers throughout America, they come at high costs. Through interviews with Ohio pig farmers and research on current and historical developments in the industry, this article explains how... Keep Reading »
The keyword Farming is tagged in the following 6 articles.
Expedited Article Review
Submit an article and get a decision fast.
If you need a fast decision, INQUIRIES Journal offers expedited processing of your submission for a small fee. Depending on the expedited review option you choose, you can receive a decision in as few as 3-days.
In addition to a shorter review period, the fee supports the journal's continued operation. Standard submissions are always free. Learn more »- Submit an Article to Inquiries Journal -