The Rural Sociology Group studies the dynamics of food provisioning, agrarian change, and rural and regional development with an international comparative perspective. Specific attention is paid to the different levels at which transformation processes occur and are shaped, as well as to the different actors, institutions and modes of political organization involved. We study and analyse these transformation processes from a range of critical sociological perspectives, combining qualitative and quantitative research methods.
See the pages Education and Research for more information or visit the Wageningen University & Research website of Rural Sociology Group.
The Rural Sociology Group is partnering in the Centre for Space, Place and Society, a sub-department of the Social Science Department of Wageningen University and Research.