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Rebecca L. Schewe
Rebecca L. Schewe
Associate Professor of Sociology, Syracuse University
Verified email at syr.edu
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Reducing nitrogen fertilizer application as a climate change mitigation strategy: Understanding farmer decision-making and potential barriers to change in the US
D Stuart, RL Schewe, M McDermott
Land use policy 36, 210-218, 2014
2532014
Diversity in agricultural technology adoption: How are automatic milking systems used and to what end?
RL Schewe, D Stuart
Agriculture and Human Values, 1-15, 2014
1182014
Extending social theory to farm animals: Addressing alienation in the dairy sector
D Stuart, RL Schewe, R Gunderson
Sociologia ruralis 53 (2), 201-222, 2013
862013
Antimicrobial treatment of clinical mastitis in the eastern United States: The influence of dairy farmers' mastitis management and treatment behavior and attitudes
J Kayitsinga, RL Schewe, GA Contreras, RJ Erskine
Journal of Dairy Science 100 (2), 1388-1407, 2017
832017
Responding to climate change: Barriers to reflexive modernization in US agriculture
D Stuart, RL Schewe, M McDermott
Organization & Environment 25 (3), 308-327, 2012
732012
Constrained choice and climate change mitigation in US agriculture: Structural barriers to a climate change ethic
D Stuart, RL Schewe
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29, 369-385, 2016
442016
Herd management and social variables associated with bulk tank somatic cell count in dairy herds in the eastern United States
RL Schewe, J Kayitsinga, GA Contreras, C Odom, WA Coats, P Durst, ...
Journal of Dairy Science 98 (11), 7650-7665, 2015
432015
Why don't they just change? Contract farming, informational influence, and barriers to agricultural climate change mitigation
RL Schewe, D Stuart
Rural Sociology 82 (2), 226-262, 2017
402017
Condos in the Woods: The Growth of Seasonal and Retirement Homes in Northern Wisconsin
RL Schewe
University of Wisconsin Press, 2012
322012
Amenity migration in the new global economy: Current issues and research priorities
KS Lekies, D Matarrita-Cascante, R Schewe, R Winkler
Society & Natural Resources 28 (10), 1144-1151, 2015
292015
Letting go of ‘conventionalisation’: family labour on N ew Z ealand organic dairy farms
RL Schewe
Sociologia Ruralis 55 (1), 85-105, 2015
272015
Herd-level variables associated with delayed milk ejection in Michigan dairy herds
R Moore-Foster, B Norby, RL Schewe, R Thomson, PC Bartlett, ...
Journal of dairy science 102 (1), 696-705, 2019
212019
Citizen-science and participatory research as a means to improve stakeholder engagement in resource management: A case study of Vietnamese American Fishers on the US Gulf Coast
RL Schewe, D Hoffman, J Witt, B Shoup, M Freeman
Environmental management 65, 74-87, 2020
162020
Stewarding dairy herd health and antibiotic use on US Amish and Plain Mennonite farms
RL Schewe, C Brock
Journal of Rural Studies 58, 1-11, 2018
162018
Herd-level variables associated with premilking stimulation time in Michigan dairy herds
R Moore-Foster, B Norby, RL Schewe, R Thomson, PC Bartlett, ...
Journal of dairy science 102 (3), 2544-2550, 2019
132019
Two wrongs don’t make a right: state and private organic certification in New Zealand dairy
RL Schewe
Environment and Planning A 43 (6), 1421-1437, 2011
132011
The fluid definition of the ‘waters of the United States’: Non‐uniform effects of regulation on US wetland protections
J Wade, C Kelleher, AS Ward, RL Schewe
Hydrological Processes 36 (11), e14747, 2022
122022
Who works here? Contingent labor, nonfamily labor, and immigrant labor on US dairy farms
RL Schewe, B White
Social Currents 4 (5), 429-447, 2017
112017
Lakes and community: the importance of natural landscapes in social research
R Winkler, RL Schewe, D Matarrita-Cascante
Society & Natural Resources 26 (2), 158-175, 2013
102013
Herd-level variables associated with overmilking in Michigan dairy herds
R Moore-Foster, B Norby, RL Schewe, R Thomson, PC Bartlett, ...
Journal of dairy science 102 (9), 8400-8404, 2019
72019
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