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2014 | nr 1 | 37--42
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Agro-terrorism and Its Consequences

Warianty tytułu
Agroterroryzm i jego konsekwencje
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The aim of this article is to present the definition and consequences of agro-terrorism. The economic and social impacts are taken into account. The research focuses on cases within years 1950-2012. It was found that the effects may be direct or indirect, including their economic and social character. They have significant impact on regional, national and even international basis. These relate to farmers, consumers, producers, food agencies, governments, as well as to the wider society. (original abstract)
Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie pojęcia i konsekwencji dotyczących agroterroryzmu. Po uwagę wzięto skutki ekonomiczne i społeczne. Badania dotyczą przypadków na przestrzeni lat 1950-2012. Stwierdzono, że skutki mogą mieć charakter bezpośredni i pośredni, w tym ekonomiczny i społeczny. Mają zasięg lokalny, krajowy i globalny. Dotyczą one rolników, konsumentów, producentów, urzędów zajmujących się żywnością, rządów, a także szeroko rozumianego społeczeństwa. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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  • University of Gdansk, Poland
  • University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland
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