Christopher Bear
Christopher Bear
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, Cardiff University
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Mucky carrots and other proxies: problematising the knowledge-fix for sustainable and ethical consumption
S Eden, C Bear, G Walker
Geoforum 39 (2), 1044-1057, 2008
Understanding and (dis) trusting food assurance schemes: consumer confidence and the ‘knowledge fix’
S Eden, C Bear, G Walker
Journal of rural Studies 24 (1), 1-14, 2008
Thinking like a fish? Engaging with nonhuman difference through recreational angling
C Bear, S Eden
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29 (2), 336-352, 2011
Making space for fish: the regional, network and fluid spaces of fisheries certification
C Bear, S Eden
Social & Cultural Geography 9 (5), 487-504, 2008
Assembling the sea: materiality, movement and regulatory practices in the Cardigan Bay scallop fishery
C Bear
cultural geographies, 1474474012463665, 2013
Being Angelica? Exploring individual animal geographies
C Bear
Area 43 (3), 297-304, 2011
The sceptical consumer? Exploring views about food assurance
S Eden, C Bear, G Walker
Food Policy 33 (6), 624-630, 2008
Re-capturing bovine life: robot-cow relationships, freedom and control in dairy farming
L Holloway, C Bear, K Wilkinson
Journal of Rural Studies 33 (1), 131-140, 2014
Third-sector global environmental governance, space and science: comparing fishery and forestry certification
S Eden, C Bear
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 12 (1), 83-106, 2010
The impact of technological change in dairy farming: robotic milking systems and the changing role of the stockperson.
D Butler, L Holloway, C Bear
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, 2012
Intervention: The Impact Agenda and Human Geography in UK Higher Education
A Rogers, C Bear, M Hunt, S Mills, R Sandover
ACME 13 (1), 1-9, 2013
Water matters: agency, flows and frictions
C Bear, J Bull
Environment & planning A (Print) 43 (10), 2261-2336, 2011
Reading the river through ‘watercraft’: environmental engagement through knowledge and practice in freshwater angling
S Eden, C Bear
cultural geographies 18 (3), 297-314, 2011
Robotic milking technologies and renegotiating situated ethical relationships on UK dairy farms
L Holloway, C Bear, K Wilkinson
Agriculture and human values 31 (2), 185-199, 2014
Models of equilibrium, natural agency and environmental change: lay ecologies in UK recreational angling
S Eden, C Bear
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36 (3), 393-407, 2011
The good, the bad, and the hands-on: constructs of public participation, anglers, and lay management of water environments
S Eden, C Bear
Environment and Planning A 44 (5), 1200-1218, 2012
Assembling ocean life: More-than-human entanglements in the blue economy
C Bear
Dialogues in Human Geography 7 (1), 27-31, 2017
Country life: agricultural technologies and the emergence of new rural subjectivities
C Bear, L Holloway
Geography compass 9 (6), 303-315, 2015
Bovine and human becomings in histories of dairy technologies: robotic milking systems and remaking animal and human subjectivity
L Holloway, C Bear
BJHS Themes 2, 215-234, 2017
Visualising human-animal-technology relations: fieldnotes, still photography and digital video on the robotic dairy farm
C Bear, K Wilkinson, L Holloway
Society and Animals, 2017
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