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Entrepreneurship skills : module guide for students
Sarah Milliken, Shelley Mosco, Benz Kotzen, Ranka Junge-Berberovic, Boris Pasini, Tjaša Griessler Bulc, Andrej Ovca, Darja Istenič, Morris Villarroel, Maja Turnšek, 2020, other educational material

Published in DKUM: 22.02.2024; Views: 242; Downloads: 4
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Entrepreneurship skills : curriculum
Sarah Milliken, Shelley Mosco, Benz Kotzen, Ranka Junge-Berberovic, Boris Pasini, Tjaša Griessler Bulc, Andrej Ovca, Darja Istenič, Morris Villarroel, Maja Turnšek, 2020, treatise, preliminary study, study

Published in DKUM: 22.02.2024; Views: 237; Downloads: 4
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Challenges of Commercial Aquaponics in Europe : beyond the Hype
Maja Turnšek, Agnes Joly, Ragnheidur Thorarinsdottir, Ranka Junge-Berberovic, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: In recent years, aquaponics has been receiving increased interest globally as a commercial food production technology and aquaponics start up companies have been formed in most European countries. Between 2014 and 2018, the European-funded COST Action FA1305 “The EU Aquaponics Hub Realising Sustainable Integrated Fish and Vegetable Production for the EU” created a strong network of researchers and entrepreneurs. However, surveys show that the aquaponic production in Europe is still very limited, and very few companies are economically viable. In order to obtain insights into the barriers to early development of commercial aquaponics, two surveys were carried out—one in Europe, which included France, and one in France alone, with a different protocol. Henceforth, for simplicity, the former will be referred to as Europe and the latter as France. The results reveal that the development of commercial aquaponics has hit the level of “disillusionment”, caused by numerous challenges facing commercial food production. As the understanding of the processes involved in aquaponics is increasing, it will be very interesting to follow the developments in the field over the coming years in order to ascertain whether aquaponics will follow the phases outlined by the “Gartner’s Hype Cycle” and thus proceed to become an established technology, or whether it will remain an “one hit wonder” and disappear in the “Trough of Disillusionment”.
Keywords: aquaponics, innovation adoption, Gartnerʹs Hype Cycle, Europe
Published in DKUM: 29.01.2024; Views: 174; Downloads: 10
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Home gardening and food security concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic
Maja Turnšek, S. L. Gangenes Skar, Marit Piirman, Ragnheidur Thorarinsdottir, Martina Bavec, Ranka Junge-Berberovic, 2022, original scientific article

Abstract: At times of crisis, home gardening has often been sought out as a potential solution for threats to food security and as a measure to increase socio-psychological effects, such as public sense of self-efficacy, trust in the government and care for one’s wellbeing. The objective of this study was to investigate if home gardening increased during the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring/summer of 2020 and to provide socio-psychological insights into the explanatory factors of such an increase. An explanatory theoretical model of home gardening was proposed and tested to analyse whether home gardening is correlated to food security concerns, and if so, to what extent. A nonrepresentative survey was conducted in five European countries (Slovenia, Norway, Estonia, Switzerland, and Iceland) using snowball sampling via social media networks, reaching 1144 participants. The results showed the pandemic did prove to be an important psychological push towards home gardening prompted by food security concerns. Measured as loose as introducing at least one new gardening activity during COVID-19, this study found an approximately 10% increase in home gardening during the first wave of COVID-19 in the sample population, which was skewed towards educated, female, middle-class Europeans.
Keywords: food security, home gardening, COVID-19, food security concerns, wellbeing, behavioural change, protection motivation theory
Published in DKUM: 16.01.2024; Views: 195; Downloads: 7
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Strah potrošnikov glede prehranske varnosti v Sloveniji v obdobju prvega vala COVID-19 krize
Maja Turnšek, Ranka Junge-Berberovic, Vesna Miličić, Martina Bavec, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Raznovrstne krize znatno vplivajo na celoten prehranski sektor in spreminjajo stališča Evropejcev in politik o pomenu prehranske varnosti, trajnostno pridelane, kakovostne in varne hrane za zdravje potrošnikov. Prispevek se osredotoča na strah glede prehranske varnosti v času prvega vala COVID-19 krize v Sloveniji, na z njim povezan strah glede prehranske varnosti v prihodnje in na spremembe potrošnih vedenj. Spletno anketiranje je bilo v Sloveniji izvedeno v juniju 2020 na način »snežene kepe« in je zajelo 490 posameznikov. Rezultati so pokazali, da sta obe merjeni obliki strahu (i) strah o prehranski varnosti med prvim valom COVID-19 krize in (ii) strah o prehranski varnosti v prihodnosti statistično značilno, srednje močno in pozitivno povezani s skoraj vsemi samozaznanimi spremembami lastnega vedenja zaradi pojava COVID-19 krize. Anketiranci so se najbolj osredotočili na nakup živil, ki so pridelana in predelana v Sloveniji, na ustvarjanje večjih prehranskih zalog ter na večjo pazljivost pri tem, koliko hrane zavržejo. Zgolj manjše spremembe pa so izrazili glede nakupnih kanalov, pri čemer so neposredno od kmetov pogosteje nakupovali starejši, višje izobraženi in ti, ki se samouvrščajo v višji družbeni razred. V prihodnje bi bilo treba vključiti reprezentativen vzorec in primerjati rezultate z rezultati v drugih državah in podrobneje analizirati vpliv posameznikovega ekonomskega položaja in vpliv promocijskih kampanj na spremembo potrošnih vedenj.
Keywords: samooskrba s hrano, prehranska varnost, COVID-19, potrošnik, prehranska veriga, statistična analiza, nakupovalne navade
Published in DKUM: 10.10.2023; Views: 280; Downloads: 18
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