Infraestructuras de Confianza y Sostenibilidad Una mirada a las relaciones entre sostenibilidad y estandarización en la política internacional de producción cafetera
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Sanchez-Vargas, D. Y. (2019). Infraestructuras de Confianza y Sostenibilidad Una mirada a las relaciones entre sostenibilidad y estandarización en la política internacional de producción cafetera. Jangwa Pana, 18(2), 214-231. https://doi.org/10.21676/16574923.3007

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Este artículo presenta el aporte de los Estudios Sociales de la Ciencia y la Tecnología en la comprensión de las configuraciones sociales y técnicas que introducen los estándares de sostenibilidad en la producción de cafetera. Esta literatura hace énfasis en la importancia de entender las infraestructuras materiales y sociales que sostienen, a menudo de forma invisible, prácticas y órdenes institucionales. En el caso de la producción agrícola, una agenda política global que promueve la sostenibilidad ha atraído un conjunto de actores que prometen producción más sostenible a través de su estandarización. Este artículo explora el potencial analítico y empírico del estudio de los procesos de estandarización en café, especialmente en el caso de los sellos de sostenibilidad.
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