CCRI researchers have had several papers accepted for publication, including an introduction and papers for a special issue of Sociologia Ruralis, due to be published in July, 2017.
Damian Maye has provided a short commentary in Veterinary Record on a new paper, published in the same issue, by Ruth Little and colleagues.
Damian Maye has co-authored a paper which has been published in the first 2017 edition of Sociologia Ruralis. The article draws from research that Damian conducted with Dr Rhiannon Naylor from the Royal Agricultural University on the social science study which accompanied the Badger Vaccine Deployment Programme.
Damian Maye has had a new paper accepted for publication in Veterinary Record, which derives from a social research project on exotic livestock disease that Damian was involved with for Defra.
CCRI researchers were involved at the recent XXVI European Society for Rural Sociology Congress in Aberdeen (18-21 August 2015).
Dr Rhiannon Fisher (Royal Ag College & CCRI) has published a paper in the Journal of Rural Studies exploring the role of farmers’ social networks in increasing their access to information and knowledge relating to bovine tuberculosis.