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The Relationship between ‘Non-successor’ Farm Offspring and the Continuity of the Irish Family Farm
Studies of farm families have largely neglected the position of farm offspring who, through necessity or choice, live their lives away from the farm. This article explores how Irish farming offspringExpand
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Farm, place and identity construction among Irish farm youth who migrate
Abstract While studies of rural young people's relationship to place continue to provide illuminating insights into experiences of belonging and identity construction, this paper specifically focusesExpand
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EUELC project: a multi-centre, multipurpose study to investigate early stage NSCLC, and to establish a biobank for ongoing collaboration
The European Early Lung Cancer (EUELC) project aims to determine if specific genetic alterations occurring in lung carcinogenesis are detectable in the respiratory epithelium. In order to pursue thisExpand
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Thicker Than Water
The Hidden Child
Generational transmission of smallholder farms in late capitalism
ABSTRACT Despite contextual differences, the future of smallholder farming faces many similar challenges worldwide. This introduction to the special section previews case studies from Australia,Expand
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‘I Like It - I Just Don’t Know What To Do With It’: The Student-Successor In Irish Family Farming
This paper explores some of the issues facing Irish university students who are likely to succeed to the farm. This group must juggle responsibilities to their family and the landholding whileExpand
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Painted Books of Pre-Hispanic Mexico: New Discoveries