Acquisitions - Novembre 2013

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PRODUCTEURS FEMMES

Insights to the Consequences of Fair Trade from an all-female coffee Cooperative

RUSSELL–DUVARNEY, Kelley A.– Thèse Université du Texas, Discipline Sociologie - Site de digital.library.txstate.edu, décembre 2013, 100 pages.

Abstract : « To date, social scientists, international aid organizations, and fair trade organizations have conducted extensive research concerning the experiences of fair trade producers. However, there is relatively little research available regarding producers’ experiences in all - female, fair trade cooperatives. This project focuses specifically on Nicaraguan female coffee producers who are members of an all - female, fair trade cooperative associated with the Nicaraguan NGO, Cooperativa Femenina . The purpose of this project is to learn more about the producers’experiences with the Fair Trade network and with their cooperatives, especially with regards to democratic participation, producer empowerment and equity of opportunity within the organizational structure. Data was collected over a one - week period by means of interviews via an English - Spanish translator. The results of the qualitative analysis of this data revealed a positive
association between the producers’ social empowerment and their active participation in their cooperatives. Furthermore, the cooperative’s supportive, gender - centered organizational framework provided a safe environment for the women to challenge patriarchal social norms related to decision - making and leadership. A better understanding of female agricultural producers’ fair trade and cooperative experiences may enhance the efficiency and overall success of development efforts that aim to improve the quality of life of poor, rural women.

Mots clés : NICARAGUA, CAFE EQUITABLE, COOPERATIVE, FEMME
ARTICLE SCIENTIFIQUE


TOURISME

Las buenas prácticas del turismo de base comunitaria en el territorio de la serra do brigadeiro (minas gerais, brasil

Estudios y Perpectivas en Turismo, vol.22, 2013, pp 1074-1095 - Site de estudiosenturismo.com.ar, 2013, 20 pages

« Characterization of Good Practices of Community - Based Tourism in the Territory of
Serra do Brigadeiro (Minas Gerais, Brazil). The good practices characterized as main objective in this study are the experiences of Community - Based Tourism – CBT carried in the nucleiestablished in five regions around the territory of Serra do Brigadeiro, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The methodological procedure involved the diagnosis of the infrastructure and the activities that can be utilized within the proposal of CBT in the tourist ventures of farming families.
Based on this, resources have been identified as attractive, establishing nuclei of community based tourism. Territory in cultural activities and agro-ecological production combined with hospitality are the main tourist attractions recognized and developed in these CBT nuclei in Serra do Brigadeiro State Park. »

Mots clés : BRESIL, TOURISME COMMUNAUTAIRE, DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE


CONSOMMATEURS

Why do some Consumers Consume Ethically ? A Contingency Framework for Understanding Ethical Decision Makin

Journal of Marketing Research and Case Studies, 2013, 20 P - Site de ibimapublishing.com, 2013, 20 pages

Abstract : “Although consumers’ generally have positive attitudes towards ethically conscious behaviors, their actions are not unequivocally consistent with attitudes. Consumer research to understand the adoption of ethically conscious behaviors is therefore important. This paper makes a cross-cultural analysis of consumers’ ethical decision ma king process in the context of environment consciousness (Europe, USA and China). A model of individual ethical decision making is presented and tested empirically. We suggest that the information targeted to convince the consumers to engage in ethically conscious behaviors should appeal three subdivisions of their belief structure ; the information part, the concern part, and the self-belief part.”

Mots clés : EUROPE, ETATS UNIS, CHINE, CONSOMMATION ETHIQUE, MOTIVATION


Mieux comprendre le consommateur de produits équitables, l’intérêt de la notion de valeur pour le consommateur

PETITPRETRE, Benoît, Université d’Avignon et des pays du Vaucluse (discipline marketing) - Site de leg2.u-bourgogne.fr, 2008, 17 pages.

Résumé de l’auteur : « La consommation de produits équitables est en fort développement. Dans ce papier nous proposons d’aller plus loin que les approches qui se focalisent sur la responsabilité ou l’éthique du consommateur. Nous tentons de remettre en perspective ces préoccupations avec une vision plus classique en marketing, celle de la valeur pour le consommateur. La typologie de Holbrook propose un cadre d’analyse que nous appliquons et enrichissons à cette consommation. Nous mettons en évidence la diversité des valeurs issues de l’expérience et ’importance des éléments relationnels dans cette consommation. »

Mots clés : FRANCE, COMMERCE EQUITABLE, CONSOMMATEUR, RESPONSABILITE ETHIQUE


REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

Le commerce équitable en France et en République Tchèque

CMIRALOVA, Veronica - Univerzita Palackeho Olomouci (discipline philosophie) - 2010, 56 pages - Site theses.cz, 2010, 56 pages

Résumé de l’auteur : "Ce mémoire veut analyser un sujet très actuel en ce moment dans le monde entier : le commerce équitable. Par ce travail on va présenter ce phénomène en général et après on va se concentrer sur les deux pays européens, la République Tchèque et la France. Ces deux pays sont assez proches par leurs nombreux partenariats commerciaux ou par les échanges entre les écoles donc on va analyser la situation du commerce équitable en comparant, déduisant ou étudiant les attitudes, le fonctionnement et tous les aspects des deux pays."

Mots clés : REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE, FRANCE, COMMERCE EQUITABLE


ENTREPRISES

The role of fair trade in developing corporate social responsibility : an empirical examination based on multiple cases

Site de toknowpress.net, 2013, 20 pages

Abstract : « This qualitative case study research reviews the fair trade incorporating the historical developments, its conceptualization, and main motives along with CSR and its historical developments and conceptualization including major theories of CSR. The role of fair trade is developed by identifying the importance of CSR factors. To empirically examine the role of fair trade in developing CSR, this research employs the comparative multiple cases in Finland and Pakistan. »

Mots clés : PAKISTAN, FINALANDE, COMMERCE EQUITABLE, RESPONSABLILITE SOCIALE DES ENTREPRISES