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Agriculture and Forestry
Webster, N., & Hoover T. (2006).  Impact of an urban service learning experience on agricultural education students. Journal of Agricultural Education. 47(4), 91-101.
Ozorak, E.W. (2013).  “We all have to eat”: Experiential learning in courses on food and hunger. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. 41(2), 97-104.
Adams, R. (2013).  The flip side of food studies. Chronicle of Higher Education. 59(44), 4-5.
Sbicca, J. (2012).  Growing food justice by planting an anti-oppression foundation: Opportunities and obstacles for a budding social movement. Agriculture and Human Values. 29(4), 455-466.
Passidomo, C. (2014).  Whose right to (farm) the city? Race and food justice activism in post-Katrina New Orleans. Agriculture and Human Values. 31(3), 385-396.
Chinn, P. (2015).  Place and culture-based professional development: Cross-hybrid learning and the construction of ecological mindfulness. Cultural Studies of Science Education. 10(1), 121-134.
Coutinho-Sledge, P. (2015).  Feminized forestry: The promises and pitfalls of change in a masculine organization. Gender, Work & Organization. 22(4), 375-389.
Brandth, B., & Haugen M. (1998).  Breaking into a masculine discourse: Women and farm forestry. Sociological Ruralis. 38(3), 427-442.

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