Research contributions in agricultural extension and communication

Brien, J. P. (John P.) (2006). Research contributions in agricultural extension and communication Professional Doctorate, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland.

       
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A_151977.pdf Appendix A: The Bannockburn Conservation Group: An Independent Perspective Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 3.10MB 0
B_151977.pdf Appendix B: Some Reflections on the American Model of Agricultural Expansion Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 61.53KB 0
C_151977.pdf Appendix C: A Select Bibliography of Australian Agricultural Extension Research Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 5.11MB 0
D_151977.pdf Appendix D: Computerized Information Services for Agricultural Extension and Research Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 1.57MB 0
E_151977.pdf Appendix E: The Rural Press and Agricultural Extension Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 7.33MB 0
F_151977.pdf Appendix F: The Role of Farmer Organizations in Agricultural Extension Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 1.42MB 0
G_151977.pdf Appendix G: Agricultural Information Systems: A Lengthy Past, A Lively Future Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 50.83KB 0
H_151977.pdf Appendix H: Agricultural Communication Constraints in Papua New Guinea Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 53.41KB 0
I_151977.pdf Appendix I: The Communication of International Agricultural Science Information Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 50.67KB 1
J_151977.pdf Appendix J: A New Agricultural Information Resource for Development Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 41.27KB 0
K_151977.pdf Appendix K: Bibliography Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 16.98KB 1
L_151977.pdf Appendix L : Curriculum Vitae Click to show the corresponding preview/stream application/pdf 18.79KB 1
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Author Brien, J. P. (John P.)
Thesis Title Research contributions in agricultural extension and communication
School, Centre or Institute School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 2006-12
Thesis type Professional Doctorate
Supervisor Dr Helen Ross
Total pages 212
Language eng
Subjects 0799 Other Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences
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Formatted abstract This thesis is a collection of substantial, original and distinguished papers, together with orations, produced during the evolutionary phase of Agricultural Extension and Communication services. The contributions are listed in the first Chapter, titled A Research Journey in Agricultural Extension and Communication, which outlines the author’s research output over several decades. Succeeding Chapters are titled: Knowledge Utilization: International Agricultural Research Communication; A Study of Some Personal and Social Factors in Relation to Farmer Performance; Audio Visual Media: Forgotten Communication Channels in Agricultural Extension; Agricultural Scientists Not News and Review Readers; Organizing Agricultural Information in Public Agencies: Universities, Research Organizations and Ministries of Agriculture; and Agricultural Extension Services in Australia. Chapter 8, titled Achievements, summarizes the author’s contributions, drawing attention to his Fellowships in three academies, and lists the highlights of his professional career as 1) placing research emphases on the development of agricultural information databases; 2) attracting a large international graduate group to undertake postgraduate studies in Agricultural Extension and Communication; and 3) noting the volume of invitations to give papers at overseas conferences, and to conduct Communication consultancies in the Asia Pacific. A CD also contains significant papers as follows: The Bannockburn Conservation Group: An Independent Perspective; Some Reflections on the American Model of Agricultural Extension; A Select Bibliography of Australian Agricultural Extension Research; Computerized Information Services for Agricultural Extension and Research; The Rural Press and Agricultural Extension; The Role of Farmer Organizations in Agricultural Extension; Agricultural Information Systems: A Lengthy Past, A Lively Future; Agricultural Communication Constraints in Papua New Guinea; The Communication of International Agricultural Science Information; and A New Agricultural Information Resource for Development. The CD concludes with a Bibliography, and the author’s CV.
Keyword Agricultural extension work -- Research -- Australia
Additional Notes Variant title: Agricultural extension and communication.

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