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Dr Petr Jehlička's OpenLearn Profile

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Dr Petr Jehlička

Dr Petr Jehlička

Dr Petr Jehlička's research

Lenka Fendrychová and Petr Jehlička (2018-10) Revealing the hidden geography of alternative food networks: The travelling concept of farmers’ markets, In Geoforum(95)

Jan Vávra, Petr Daněk and Petr Jehlička (2018-06-01) What is the contribution of food self-provisioning towards environmental sustainability? A case study of active gardeners, In Journal of Cleaner Production(185)

Petr Jehlička, Petr Daněk and Jan Vávra (2018) Rethinking resilience: home gardening, food sharing and everyday resistance, In Canadian Journal of Development Studies / Revue canadienne d'études du développement, Informa UK Limited

Petr Jehlička and Petr Daněk (2017-07-11) Rendering the Actually Existing Sharing Economy Visible: Home-Grown Food and the Pleasure of Sharing, In Sociologia Ruralis 3(57)

Evelien De Hoop and Petr Jehlička (2017) Reluctant pioneers in the European periphery? Environmental activism, food consumption and “growing your own”, In Local Environment

Professor Joe Smith, Tomáš Kostelecký and Petr Jehlička (2015-12) Quietly does it: questioning assumptions about class, sustainability and consumption, In Geoforum(67)

Petr Jehlička and Matthew Kurtz (2013-05) Everyday resistance in the Czech landscape: the woodcraft culture from the Hapsburg Empire to the communist regime, In East European Politics and Societies and Cultures 2(27)

Petr Jehlička, Tomáš Kostelecký and Professor Joe Smith (2013-03) Food self-provisioning in Czechia: beyond coping strategy of the poor: a response to Alber and Kohler's 'Informal Food Production in the Enlarged European Union' (2008), In Social Indicators Research 1(111)

Professor Joe Smith and Petr Jehlička (2013) Quiet sustainability: Fertile lessons from Europe’s productive gardeners, In Journal of Rural Studies(32)

Petr Jehlička and Professor Joe Smith (2012-12) Sustainability and the “urban peasant”: rethinking the cultural politics of food self-provisioning in the Czech Republic, Cambridge Scholars Publishing

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