The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico

Schmidt K (2019)
International Review of Sociology: 1-18.

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Schmidt K. The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico. International Review of Sociology. 2019:1-18.
Schmidt, K. (2019). The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico. International Review of Sociology, 1-18. doi:10.1080/03906701.2019.1641274
Schmidt, K. (2019). The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico. International Review of Sociology, 1-18.
Schmidt, K., 2019. The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico. International Review of Sociology, , p 1-18.
K. Schmidt, “The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico”, International Review of Sociology, 2019, pp. 1-18.
Schmidt, K.: The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico. International Review of Sociology. 1-18 (2019).
Schmidt, Kerstin. “The meaning of farming beyond being a livelihood strategy: the complex linkages between climate change, agriculture and international migration in Zacatecas, Mexico”. International Review of Sociology (2019): 1-18.