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2018

O'Flynn, Trish; Macken-Walsh, Áine; Lane, Andy and High, Chris (2018). Farmers doing it for themselves: how farmer-inventors are frustrated by their interactions with the Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation System. In: 13th European IFSA symposium - Farming systems: facing uncertainties and enhancing opportunities, 1-5 Jul 2018, Chania. Crete, International Farming Systems Assocaition. file

Seale, Catherine; Lane, Andy; High, Chris; Macken-Walsh, Aine and Reynolds, Martin (2018). Reaping the rewards of learning within agricultural knowledge systems: An account of a PhD learning system. In: 13th European IFSA symposium - Farming systems: facing uncertainties and enhancing opportunities, 1-5 Jul 2018, Chania. Crete, International Farming Systems Association. file

Singh, Namita; High, Chris; Lane, Andy and Oreszczyn, Sue (2018). Building agency through participatory video: insights from the experiences of young women participants in India. Gender, Technology and Development, 21(3) pp. 173–188. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2013

Nemes, Gusztáv and High, Christopher (2013). Old institutions, new challenges: the agricultural knowledge system in Hungary. Studies in Agricultural Economics, 115(2) pp. 76–84. file

2012

High, Chris; Singh, Namita; Petheram, Lisa and Nemes, Gusztáv (2012). Defining participatory video from practice. In: Milne, E-J; Mitchell, Claudia and de Lange, Naydene eds. The Handbook of Participatory Video. Lanham, MD, USA: AltaMira Press. file

Petheram, Lisa; Stacey, Natasha; Campbell, Bruce M. and High, Chris (2012). Using visual products derived from community research to inform natural resource management policy. Land Use Policy, 29(1) pp. 1–10. file

2011

Petheram, L.; High, C.; Campbell, B. M. and Stacey, N. (2011). Lenses for learning: visual techniques in natural resource planning. Journal of Environmental Management, 92(10) pp. 2734–2745. file

Lomax, Helen; Fink, Janet; Singh, Namita and High, Chris (2011). The politics of performance: Methodological challenges of researching children’s experiences of childhood through the lens of participatory video. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 14(3) pp. 231–243. file

Katona-Kovács, Judit; High, Chris and Nemes, Gusztáv (2011). Importance of Animation Actions in the Operation of Hungarian Local Action Groups. European Countryside, 3(4) pp. 227–240. file

2010

Petheram, L.; Zander, K. K.; Campbell, B. M.; High, C. and Stacey, N. (2010). 'Strange changes': indigenous perspectives of climate change and adaptation in NE Arnhem Land (Australia). Global Environmental Change, 20(4) pp. 681–692. file

2009

High, Chris and Nemes, Gusztáv (2009). Purpose and perspective: using soft systems methods in stakeholder analysis. In: Stakeholder Perspectives in Evaluating Sustainable Development, 16-18 Oct 2009, Budapest, Hungary. file

2008

Pelling, Mark; High, Chris; Dearing, John and Smith, Denis (2008). Shadow spaces for social learning: a relational understanding of adaptive capacity to climate change within organisations. Environment and Planning A, 40(4) pp. 867–884. file

2007

High, Chris and Nemes, Gusztáv (2007). Social learning in LEADER: Exogenous, endogenous and hybrid evaluation in rural development. Sociologia Ruralis, 47(2) pp. 103–119. file

High, Chris; Slater, Rachel and Rengasamy, S. (2007). Are shadows dark?: Governance, informal institutions and corruption in rural India. In: Cheshire, Lynda; Higgins, Vaughan and Lawrence, Geoffrey eds. Rural Governance: International Perspectives. Routledge Studies in Human Geography. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

2006

Nemes, Gustav; High, Chris and Huzair, Farah (2006). Reflexive agency and multi-level governance: mediating integrated rural development in South Transdanubia. In: Cheshire, L.; Higgins, V. and Lawrence, G. eds. Rural Governance: International perspectives. Routledge Studies in Human Geography. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 98–115.

High, Chris and Nemes, Gusztav (2006). Evaluating LEADER: canonical, endogenous and systemic learning. In: The Rural Citizen: Governance, Culture and Wellbeing in the 21st Century, 5-7 Apr 2006, Plymouth, UK. file

2005

Pelling, Mark and High, Chris (2005). Understanding adaptation: What can social capital offer assessments of adaptive capacity? Global Environmental Change, 15(4) pp. 308–319.

High, C. (2005). Fried eggs and phronesis: ICTS and social learning in rural development. In: XXI Congress of the European Society for Rural Sociology, 22-26 Aug 2005, Keszthely, Hungary.

High, Chris; Pelling, Mark and Nemes, Gusztav (2005). Understanding informal institutions: Networks and communities in rural development. In: Transition in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics in Transition II, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 28-29 Oct 2005, Budapest, Hungary. file

2004

High, Chris; Pelling, Mark and Rengasamy, S. (2004). Local agency, adaptation and the shadow system: The institutional architecture of social learning in rural areas of the UK and India. In: XI World Congress on Rural Sociology, 25-30 Jul 2004, Trondheim, Norway. file

2001

Rengasamy, S.; Devavaram, J.; Prasad, R.; Erskine, A.; Bala Murugan, P. and High, C. (2001). Thaan Vuzha Nilam Tharisu: the land without a farmer becomes barren. IIED, London, UK. file

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