Detachment from conventional agriculture in rural Japan: An analysis of embedded antifragility in satoyama communities

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Mathé, Daniel Hesby;

The thesis examines how socioeconomic and socioecologic changes in rural Japan have affected the embedded antifragility of rural satoyama communities. These communities have traditionally had a high degree of self-sufficiency and been detached from input systems based o... View more
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