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1 Curriculum Vitae January 2014 NAME: Jan L. Flora ADDRESS: 1902 George Allen Ave., Ames, IA ADDRESS: TELEPHONE: Home: (515) ; Cell: (515) ; Cell in Spain: EDUCATION: 1971 Ph.D. in Development Sociology, Cornell University 1967 M. S. in Rural Sociology, Cornell University 1964 B. A. in International Relations and Latin American Studies, University of Kansas CURRENT POSITIONS: Research Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, Kansas State University (KSU), 204 Waters Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506, April 2013-present. Visiting Professor, Graduate Program in Rural Development, University of Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, January-April Faculty member, Great Plains IDEA Community Development Interdisciplinary Inter-institutional Distance Master s Program, ISU, ; KSU, 2013-present. Professor Emeritus, Iowa State University, July 2013-present. Visiting Professor, Department of Crop Management, and faculty member, Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture, Faculty of Agronomy, and member of Institute for Sustainable Smallholder Production, National Agrarian University at La Molina Peru, 2003-present. PAST POSITIONS: Professor of Sociology and Extension Community Sociologist, Iowa State University, July 1994-June Faculty member, Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture, ISU, Visiting Professor, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, March Visiting Scientist, Victoria Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Australia, month of November Senior Fellow, Endowed Chair in Agricultural Systems, University of Minnesota, Academic Year Professor, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, with adjunct appointment in Department of Sociology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VPI&SU), August 1989-June Extension Community Sociologist, Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, Page 1 1/23/2014

2 Virginia Tech Campus Coordinator, SARSA Cooperative Agreement with USAID, Professor, Associate Professor, and Assistant Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work (SASW), Kansas State University (KSU), Manhattan, Kansas, Acting and Founding Director, Kansas Center for Rural Initiatives, KSU, Co-Director, Kansas Center for Community Economic Development (Joint Center between KSU and University of Kansas), Specialist in Community Research, Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Coordinator, Graduate Program in Sociology, Department of SASW, KSU, Program Advisor for Agriculture and Rural Development, Andean Region and Southern Cone, Ford Foundation, Bogota, Colombia, AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: Honorary Professor, Universidad Nacional Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza de Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Amazonas, Perú, awarded July Recipient with Diego Thompson and Claudia Prado-Meza of Innovative Program Award of the Community Development Society (work with Latino farmers in Marshalltown, IA), Recipient with C.B. Flora of the Faculty Award for Diversity Enhancement, ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Member, Academic Advisory Committee, Washington Office on Latin America, 2006-present. Guest Editor (with Beverlyn Lundy Allen) of Special Issue of Community Development on Community Development and Social Capital, Volume 37, Spring Member of Farm Foundation s Community and Labor Working Group for the Future of Animal Agriculture report, Best Poster on Natural Resource Management (with C.B. Flora) Women and Natural Resource Management, International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Östersund, Sweden, June 16-19, Life in Iowa Certificate for Leadership and Service, Iowa State University, Sept. 8, Member, Center for Land and People Advisory Committee, Trust for Public Lands, Senior Fellow, Endowed Chair in Agricultural Systems, University of Minnesota College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, St. Paul, MN, AY Joint recipient with other members of the Marshalltown, Iowa Diversity Committee, Friends of Iowa Civil Rights Award, Joint recipient with Extension colleagues of ISU Extension Cultural Diversity Achievement Award, President, Rural Sociological Society, Certificate of Appreciation, Service to Journal of the Community Development Society, June Page 2 1/23/2014

3 Joint Virginia Extension Professional Association Epsilon Sigma Phi Team Award for developing the Extension Leadership Council program, May President Clinton s Ecosystem Management Assessment Team, Certificate of Appreciation, July Member, Latin American Studies Association Commission on Compliance with the Central American Peace Accords. Commission produced a publication entitled Extraordinary Opportunities And New Risks distributed to LASA membership and to all members of Congress, January-March Member, Task Force on Human Rights and Academic Freedom, Latin American Studies Association, GRANTS AND CONTRACTS: Flora, J. L., and C.B. Flora, Involving New Immigrants and Minorities in Local Food Systems, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Ames, IA, February 1, 2011-June 30, 2012, $40,434. Hannah Lewis, NCAT, P.I.; John Baker, J.L. Flora, and Andrew Larson, ISU, co-p.i.s, Toward a New Homestead Act: Designing a Farmstead Transfer and Leasing Program for High-Value Farming and Farmstead Preservation, Leopold Center, Feb June 2011, $32,000 (ISU share $8,200). Co-P.I.s, Ed Kissam, Aguirre Division of JBS International, Inc., C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, Iowa State University, David Griffith, East Carolina University, Rural Development in Regions Heavily Impacted by Immigration, submitted to USDA/CSREES, NRI Rural Development, ISU Share = $159,000, October 1, 2008-June 30, Klein, John, P.I. M&M Divide Resource Conservation and Development; J.L. Flora, co-p.i. Scaling up to Market: Building Capacity among Immigrant Community Gardeners, The National Immigrant Farming Initiative, October 1, 2008-Sept Total: $15,779 (ISU subcontract: $3,029). J.L. Flora, P.I., Latino Farmers and Local Multicultural Food and Marketing Systems, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Ames, IA, $61,000, Feb January Wells, Betty, Matt Liebman, J.L. Flora, and Mark Gleason, Co-P.I.s, Moving from Multidisciplinary to Interdisciplinary Graduate Study in Sustainable Agriculture, USDA-CSREES Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowship Grants Program, $153,000, J. L. Flora, P.I. Assessing the Impacts of ICE Raids on Midwestern Packing Plant Communities and Devising Asset-Based Strategies for Community Futures, Northwest Area Foundation, Sept 1, August 31, 2008, $30,000. Gerad Middendorf, KSU (P.I.) and J.L. Flora (Co-PI), Building Capacity to Engage Latinos in Local Food Systems in the Heartland, presented to the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension (NC-SARE) by Kansas State University, January 2007-January 2009, $100,000 (ISU subcontract = $37,330). C.B. Flora and J. L. Flora, Practices and Strategies to Address Climate and Market Risks in Vulnerable Agro-Ecosystems, USAID/University of Missouri. January 1, 2006-September 30, (Floras share is approx $10,000, for travel and consulting.) Page 3 1/23/2014

4 Terry Besser and J. L. Flora, Regional Understanding and Assessment of Social Capital, Northwest Area Foundation, May 31, 2005-June 30, 2006, $20,000. Hannah Lewis and J.L. Flora, "Assessing Feasibility of Entry into Entrepreneurial Agriculture for Mexican Immigrants in Marshalltown," NCR-SARE Graduate Student competition in Sustainable Agriculture, $6,000, October 2005-September Ann Finan and J.L. Flora, The Feed the World Discourse in Developed and Developing Countries: Initiating Potato and Corn Food/value Chain Research in Peru, ISU Council on International Programs, July 1, 2003-June 30, 2004, $5,000. M. Kilkenny, P.I. and J. Flora, C. Flora, Co-PIs. USDA-National Research Initiative Network Analysis for Communities, October 1, 2002-Sept. 30, 2003, $22,968 (Floras share). C. Flora and J. Flora, Social Analysis Policy Research and Development to Support Multiple Benefits from Agriculture: Phase II, NCR-SARE, , $5,000. J. Flora and C. Flora, Measuring and Analyzing Community Processes and Outcomes of Livestock- Based Natural Resource Management and Community Empowerment, USAID/University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 1, 2002-Sept. 30, 2003, $14,238. Flora, J.L., Strengthening Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University and the National Agricultural University at La Molina (Peru) through Faculty and Graduate Student Exchanges and Collaboration, Association Liaison Office, Oct Sept. 2004, $99,948. Steve Padgitt, Lois Wright Morton, J.L. Flora, and Jeff Zacharakis-Jutz, Building and Sustaining Resident-Led Watershed Management in At-Risk Watersheds in Iowa, Environmental Protection Agency, October 2001-September 2003, $53,289 C. B. and J. L. Flora, Community Leadership and Poverty Reduction Study, Northwest Area Foundation, August 2000-December 2001, $100,257. J. L. and C. B. Flora, Social and Institutional Systems Ecuador and the Andean Region, SANREM CRSP-II, University of Georgia, , $35,250; June 1999-May 2000, $61,250; June 2000-May 2001, $56,538; June 2001-May 2002, $60,625; June 2002-May 2003, $62,000, June 2003-May 2004, $75,000. Terry Besser, J. L. Flora, and Jeff Zacharakis-Jutz, "Quality Jobs for Quality Communities," Northwest Area Foundation, August 1997-July 1999, $69,977. J. L. Flora, Robert Karp, and Shelly Gradwell, "Field to Family Community Project, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, July 1, 1997-June 30, 1998, $16,000. V. D. Ryan, J. L. Flora, and C. B. Flora, Social Capital, Entrepreneurial Social Infrastructure, and Development Policies, National Research Initiatives Competitive Grant Program, CSREES-USDA, , $205,000. J. L. and C. B. Flora, principal investigators, Social Capital and Networks of Reciprocity in the Four Communities in the SANREM Micro-region of Ecuador, SANREM CRSP-I, University of Georgia, , $57,000. Page 4 1/23/2014

5 J. Flora, Ex Ante Community Social Impact Assessment of Large Livestock Confinement or Value Added Plants, Human Systems Team, Leopold Center, November 1995-November 1996, $10,995. William Murphy, C.B. Flora, and J.L. Flora, Rural Communities: Social and Economic Perspectives (project to develop and broadcast an AG*SAT satellite class for extension agents). Grant from USDA/Extension Service, $38,091, J.L. Flora, Evaluation of Impact of Extension Leadership Councils, Virginia Cooperative Extension, $7,000, C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, Economic Development Strategies and Entrepreneurial Social Infrastructure, National Research Initiatives Competitive Grant Program, Cooperative States Research Service, USDA, , $186,383. C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, Cooperatives, Community Development and Entrepreneurial Social Infrastructure, USDA Agricultural Cooperative Service, , $20,000. Conference Director, Local Self-Development in the Rural Midwest, Omaha, NE, Feb. 1-2, Secured $5,000 grant from North Central Regional Center for Rural Development and in-kind contributions from several other co-sponsors of conference. C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, Co-P.I.s, Use of technical, managerial, and marketing services by North Carolina Farmers, North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center, $42,000, Co-director with Mark Lapping of action grant to Kansas Center for Rural Initiatives from W. K. Kellogg Foundation entitled Building Community-Based Leadership for Economic Development, $936,800, J.L. Flora, C.B. Flora and Leonard Bloomquist, research project on rural community development, Ford Foundation, $150,000, C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, The Impact of Roads on Economic Development in Kansas. Kansas Department of Transportation, Co-principal Investigator with Dr. Charles Krider, University of Kansas, on grant to establish a joint Kansas Center for Community Economic Development. Economic Development Administration of U.S. Department of Commerce, $100,000, C.B. Flora, J.L. Flora, Gary Green, and Frederick Schmidt, Local Self Development Strategies. $60,000 from Economic Research Service of USDA, C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, Community and Agriculture: The Impact of the Farm Crisis. (Ford Foundation, April December 1987, $47,000). Cooperative agreement with Agriculture and Rural Economics Division, ERS/USDA ($18,700), Co-principal Investigator with C.B. Flora on project Community Structure, Agriculture Technology and Farm Structure, Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Contract with Office of Technology Assessment of U.S. Congress for evaluation of future impact of farm structure on rural communities in the Great Plains and Western United States, J.L. Flora and C.B. Flora, Grant from the Inter-American Foundation ($33,000) to examine peasantrun cooperative consumer stores in Colombia, Conducted research with C.B. Flora on political economy of the rice industry in the U.S. Funded by sub-contract of NSF monies from East-West Center, Hawaii, We conducted a similar study of wheat in Kansas, financed by the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Conference Director, Outreach Programs of the Land Grant University: Which Publics Should They Serve? Kansas State University. Funded by the Kansas Committee for the Humanities, Page 5 1/23/2014

6 C.B. Flora and J.L. Flora, Demographic Analysis of Kansas Community Change, Ozarks Regional Commission ($16,000) and Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Member, Northeastern Regional Experiment Station Research Project, Community Structure and Quality of Life: Measurement and Analysis, Project director, Mexican-Americans in an Anglo World, grant from Kansas Committee for the Humanities to hold a series of six community discussions and one televised forum in Southwest Kansas, using film The Invisible People, made under an Experiment Station project, as a catalyst for discussion, Dissertation research in Colombia under grant from Foreign Area Fellowship Program, Ford Foundation, PUBLIC SOCIOLOGY POSITIONS AND ACTIVITIES: Member, Consensus Committee on Federal Agricultural Policy, Ames, Iowa League of Women Voters, Member and Secretary, Board of Directors, Project IOWA (Iowa Opportunities for Workforce Advancement), 2011-present. Member, Board of Directors, A Mid-Iowa Organizing Strategy (AMOS) Institute of Public Life, 2010-present. Member, Board of Directors, Child and Family Policy Center, Des Moines, IA, 2006-present. Member, Board of Directors, The Land Institute, Salina, Kansas, December 2002-present (Board secretary since 2005). Member, Leadership Team, A Mid-Iowa Organizing Strategy (AMOS) (2007-present): member of Immigration Research Team (2007-present), Economic Justice Research Team ( ; Chair ), Affordable Housing and Transportation Research Team (2012-present). Member, Ames, Iowa League of Women Voters Task Force on Living Wage, Member, Confinement Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) Air Quality Issue Team, Iowa Department of Natural Resources (Co-chair, Social and Community Impacts), Aug Feb Board member, Magic Beanstalk Community Supported Agriculture, Ames, Iowa, Member, Board of Directors, Coalition for Justice in Central America, Blacksburg, VA, Board Chair, Co-chair, Consensus Committee on Federal Agricultural Policy, Manhattan League of Women Voters, January Co-organizer of fact-finding trip to Honduras and Nicaragua for Congressman Jim Slattery and opinion leaders from Kansas Second Congressional District. Frequent advisor to Rep. Slattery on Central American issues. Steering Committee, Kansas Network on Central America and Manhattan Alliance on Central America, January Represented Latin American Studies Association s Task Force on Human Rights in visit to El Salvador and Nicaragua of Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Central America (FACHRES-CA). Page 6 1/23/2014

7 Group Coordinator, Manhattan Area Amnesty International Group, ; steering committee, Member, Sub-area Council of Northeast Kansas Health Systems Agency, President, Manhattan, Kansas Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and Member of the Board of the Kansas Civil Liberties Union, CONSULTANCIES: July Good Governance, Equitable Adaptation & Building Coalitions around Social Impacts of Climate Change in Latin American and Caribbean Region, World Bank, Sept. 3-9, University of Colima, Mexico, Rural Development research and outreach program. Sept. 26-October 3, Member of World Bank team to develop final proposal with Paraguayan Secretariat of Social Services for a loan to the Paraguayan government for grants to low income groups for conducting economic enterprises and building social capital. April-August Co-moderator (with C.B. Flora), World Bank listserv on social capital, Let s Talk, initiated with multiple presentations at World Bank on Building Social Capital for Development, April July Conducted mid-term evaluation of Community Development Program (CDP) grant from W. K. Kellogg Foundation at EARTH (la Escuela Agrícola Regional del Trópico Húmedo; The Agricultural School for the Humid Tropics), Guápiles, Costa Rica. The CDP is a program in which third- and fourth-year agronomy students engage in experiential learning by collaborating with community leaders and small farmers in community development and sustainable agriculture Member of team to evaluate W.K. Kellogg Foundation-funded National Rural Studies Committee (with Walter J. Armbruster and Mark B. Lapping) Led a 2-day Rapid Rural Appraisal of the Otter Lake Watershed in Macoupin County, Ill. Assisted University of Illinois interdisciplinary team and the Natural Resource Conservation Service in defining a research agenda for an ecosystems approach to bringing diverse interests together to solve water quality problems in watersheds experiencing high rates of pesticide runoff and siltation, March SANREM CRSP (Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Project) Social Science liaison with E.A.R.T.H (Escuela Agrícola Regional del Trópico Húmedo; The Agricultural School for the Humid Tropics), Costa Rica. In February, participated in a Participatory Landscape/Lifescape Appraisal in Costa Rican village of La Argentina with other SANREM collaborators, E.A.R.T.H. faculty and community residents. In November, reviewed research reports and collaborated on draft of plan of work for 1996 and Trainer for Workshop on Participatory Field Research Methods in Sustainable Agriculture, sponsored by Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Project (SANREM CRSP) and the National Institute for Agrarian Research and Development (INIDA), Cape Verde Islands, August U.S. Forest Service. Forest Ecosystem Management Assessment Team. Community Assessment Workshop. Portland, Oregon, May 25 and 26. (Assessment of impact of different harvesting scenarios in old growth forests on communities near Forest Service land in Pacific Northwest.) Page 7 1/23/2014

8 1992 and Panel Member, Rural and Community Development Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Awards, USDA. September Evaluation of Peasant Women s Milk Production Project in Northern La Paz Department of Bolivia, United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). May Research Training for Rural Grassroots Leaders in the Southeastern U.S., Durham, NC, Ford Foundation and Aspen Institute. March Served on Peer Review Panel for evaluation of planning phase of agroecosystems component of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program for all of United States, Environmental Protection Agency. August-September Taught 3-week module on project development and proposal preparation to 20 Peruvian grassroots leaders as part of USAID-funded Andean Peace Scholarship Project, Virginia Tech Office of International Development (Subcontract from Development Alternatives International). October Assisted Agronomy School of National University of Asunción, Paraguay in curriculum development in area of human ecology and rural development. October 1989, April February Consultant to Kansas Center for Rural Initiatives to assist in its collaboration with community colleges on generating community leadership for economic development in rural communities. September Member of five-person team sponsored by U.S.A.I.D. to evaluate the impact of Bunda College of Agriculture on agricultural change in Malawi and to make recommendations to U.S.A.I.D. regarding guidelines for future institution-building projects for agricultural colleges in Africa. June March Development and administration of Ford Foundation Programs in agriculture, health, and women in Nicaragua Reviewed proposals from Uruguay for Inter-American Foundation on evaluation of and future prospects for rural and urban cooperatives. Evaluated research of social science research centers in Uruguay. BOOKS: Flora, C.B. and J. L. Flora Rural Communities: Legacy and Change. Fourth edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press (Perseus Books Group). Flora, C.B. and J. L. Flora. (Xiao Ying, translator.) 农 村 社 区 资 本 与 社 区 发 展 (Rural Communities: Legacy and Change) Beijing: The Ethnic Publishing House, November, 2011 (translation of third edition). Flora, C.B. and J. L. Flora Rural Communities: Legacy and Change. Third edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press (Perseus Books Group). Flora, C.B. Butler and J. L. Flora, with Susan Fey Rural Communities: Legacy and Change. Second Edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Flora, C.B. Butler, J. L. Flora, Jacqueline D. Spears, and Louis E. Swanson, with Mark B. Lapping and Mark L. Weinberg Rural Communities: Legacy and Change. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Flora, J.L., and Edelberto Torres Rivas, editors Sociology of Developing Societies : Central America. London: Macmillan, (published by Monthly Review Press in the U.S.). Page 8 1/23/2014

9 Rodefeld, Richard D., J.L. Flora, Donald Voth, Isao Fujimoto, and James Converse, eds Change in Rural America: Causes, Consequences; and Alternatives. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co. PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS: Articles in Refereed Journals: Flora, J. L., Mary Emery, Diego Thompson, Claudia M. Prado-Meza, and Cornelia B. Flora New Immigrants in Local Food Systems: Two Iowa Cases, International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, Vol. 19, No. 1: Online; available: accessed February 27, Wiltshire, Karie, Kathleen Delate, J.L. Flora, and Mary Wiedenhoeft Socio-cultural aspects of cow calf operation persistence in a peri-urban county in Iowa, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 12pp. Available on CJO 10 Dec 2010 doi: /s Wiltshire, Karie, Kathleen Delate, Mary Wiedenhoeft, and J.L. Flora Incorporating native plants into multifunctional prairie pastures for organic cow calf operations, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 13pp. Available on CJO 01 Oct 2010 doi: /s x Nyasimi, Mary, Lorna Michael Butler, Lee Burras, Hsain Ilahiane, Richard Schultz, and J.L. Flora Differentiating Livelihood Strategies among the Luo and Kipsigis People in Western Kenya, Journal of Ecological Anthropology 11: Available at Donham, Kelley J., Steven Wing, David Osterberg, J. L. Flora, Carol Hodne, Kendall M. Thu, and Peter S. Thorne Community Health and Socioeconomic Issues Surrounding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, Environmental Health Perspectives, 115(2): , February. Published online November 14, 2006: Agnitsch, K., J. Flora and V. Ryan "Bonding and Bridging Social Capital: The Interactive Effects on Community Action. Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society 37: Zacharakis, Jeff, and J. L. Flora Riverside: A Case Study of Social Capital and Cultural Reproduction and their Relationship to Leadership Development, Adult Education Quarterly 55, 4 (August): Sharp, Jeff S., J. L. Flora, and Jim Killacky Networks and Fields: Corporate Business Leader Involvement in Voluntary Organizations of a Large Nonmetropolitan City, The Journal of the Community Development Society 34, 1: Accessed on-line on 22 April 2011: Robison, Lindon J., and J. L. Flora The Social Capital Paradigm: Bridging Across Disciplines, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 85, 5: Sharp, Jeff S., Kerry Agnitsch, Vern Ryan, and J.L. Flora Social Infrastructure and Community Economic Development Strategies: The Case of Self-Development and Industrial Recruitment in Rural Iowa, Journal of Rural Studies 18, 4 (October): Page 9 1/23/2014

10 Flora, C.B. Butler, J. L. Flora, and Ruben J. Tapp Meat, Meth, and Mexicans: Community Responses to Increasing Ethnic Diversity, The Journal of the Community Development Society 31, 2: Jeff S. Sharp and J. L. Flora Entrepreneurial Social Infrastructure and Growth Machine Characteristics Associated with Industrial-Recruitment and Self-Development Strategies in Nonmetropolitan Communities, Journal of the Community Development Society 30, 2: Flora, J.L Social Capital and Communities of Place, Rural Sociology 63, 4 (December): Available [online]:http://www.worldbank.org/poverty/scapital/library/flora1.pdf. Flora, J.L., Jeff Sharp, C.B. Flora, and Bonnie Newlon Entrepreneurial Social Infrastructure and Locally-Initiated Economic Development, Sociological Quarterly 38, 4 (Fall): Flora, C.B. Butler, Fernando Larrea, Charles Ehrhart, Marta Ordoñez, Sara Báez, Fernando Guerrero, Sandra Chancay and J. L. Flora, "Negotiating Participatory Action Research in an Ecuadorian Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Program. Practicing Anthropology 19, 3 (Summer): Available at Zacharakis-Jutz, Jeff and J. L. Flora Issues and Experiences using Participatory Research to Strengthen Social Capital in Community Development." Pp in Paul Armstrong, Nod Miller, and Miriam Zukas, Eds. Crossing Borders, Breaking Boundaries: Research in the Education of Adults An International Conference. Proceedings of the 27 th Annual SCUTREA Conference, Birkbeck College, University of London, July. Stallmann, Judith I., Thomas G. Johnson, Ari Mwachofi, and J. L. Flora Labor Market Incentives to Stay in School, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 25, 2 (December):1-7. Green, Gary P., J. L. Flora, C.B. Flora, and Frederick E. Schmidt Community-Based Economic Development Projects are Small but Valuable, Rural Development Perspectives 8, 3: Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Entrepreneurial Social Infrastructure: A Necessary Ingredient, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 529 (September): Reprinted in Entrepreneurship: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. Norris Kreuger (ed.) London: Routledge. Flora, J.L., Gary P. Green, Edward A. Gale, Frederick E. Schmidt, and C.B. Butler Flora Self Development: A Viable Rural Development Option? Policy Studies Journal 20, 2: Flora, C.B., J. L. Flora, Gary P. Green, and Frederick E. Schmidt Pp in Rural Economic Development through Local Self-Development Strategies, Agriculture and Human Values 8, 3 (Summer). Green, Gary P., J. L. Flora, C.B. Flora, and Frederick E. Schmidt Local Self-Development Strategies: National Survey Results, Journal of the Community Development Society 21, 2: Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Developing Entrepreneurial Rural Communities, Sociological Practice 8: Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Rural Area Development: the Impact of Change, Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 4, 3 (Fall): Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora, The Structure of Agriculture and Women s Culture in the Great Plains, Great Plains Quarterly 8, 4 (Fall): Page 10 1/23/2014

11 Flora, J.L., and C.B. Butler Flora Peasant Consumer Stores as Community Development: the Colombian Case, in Harry Schwartzweller, ed. Research in Rural Sociology and Development, a Research Annual: Third World Contexts. Greenwich, CN: Jai Press: Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Agricultural Technologies, Farm Structure, and Rural Communities: Livestock Counties in the Great Plains, High Plains Anthropologist 7 (Winter/Spring): Flora, J.L., and John M. Stitz Ethnicity, Persistence, and Capitalization of Agriculture in the Great Plains During the Settlement Period: Wheat Production and Risk Avoidance, Rural Sociology 50 (Fall): Flora, J.L., C.B. Butler Flora, Humberto Rojas, and Norma Villarreal Community Stores in Rural Colombia: Organizing the Means of Consumption, Grassroots Development: Journal of the InterAmerican Foundation 9, 1: (Also published in Spanish version of same journal, Desarrollo de Base) and reprinted in Sheldon Annis and Peter Hakim, eds. Direct to the Poor: Grassroots Development in Latin America. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1988: Flora, J.L., John McFadden and Ruth Warner The Growth of Class Struggle in the Nicaraguan Revolution: The Impact of the Nicaraguan Literacy Crusade on the Political Consciousness of Young Literacy Workers, Latin American Perspectives 10, 1 (Winter): Flora, J.L Agricultura: Sector Líder de la Revolución Cubana, ( Agriculture: Leading Sector of the Cuban Revolution ) Estudios Rurales Latinoamericanos, (Bogotá, Colombia) 3 (January- April): Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora The Fotonovela as a Tool for Class and Cultural Domination, Latin American Perspectives, 5 (Winter): [Reprinted in SVA Newsletter: the Society for Visual Anthropology 5, 2 (Fall 1989): 3-11.] Flora, J.L., and C.B. Flora Rural Development in the People s Republic of China, Rural Sociology 42 (Winter): Flora, J.L Equity in Financing Primary and Secondary Education A Midwestern Example, American Journal of Economics and Sociology 35 (Winter): (An earlier version of the paper appears at Education Resources Information Center, 1974: Frank W. Young and Berkeley A. Spencer, and J. L. Flora Differentiation and Solidarity in Agricultural Communities, Human Organization 27, 4 (Winter): Page 11 1/23/2014

12 Other Peer Reviewed Papers/Monographs: Ashwill, Maximilian, J. Flora and C. Flora The Adaptation Coalition Toolkit: Building Community Resilience to Climate Change, Washington, DC: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (The World Bank), 33pp. Available at Resilience-Climate-Change_web.pdf Ashwill, Maximilian, C. Flora, and J. Flora Building Community Resilience to Climate Change: Testing the Adaptation Coalition Framework in Latin America. Washington, DC: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (The World Bank), 47pp. Flora, J.L., Carol J. Hodne, Willis Goudy, David Osterberg, James Kliebenstein, Kendall M. Thu, and Shannon P. Márquez Social and Community Impacts. Pp in Iowa State University and the University of Iowa Study Group. Iowa Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations Air Quality Study: Final Report. Presented to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Iowa State University and University of Iowa, February. Accessed on Feb. 20, 2007 at Flora, J.L., Roots of Insurgency in Central America, Latin American Issues: A Monograph Series on Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean Affairs. Meadeville, PA: Allegheny College, No. 5, 1987, 46 pp. PUBLIC SOCIOLOGY PAPERS: Flora, J.L Assessment of the first four Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Reports (CAPERs) of the five-year Consolidated Housing and Community Development Plan of , Ames, Iowa, prepared for the Affordable Housing team of A Mid-Iowa Organizing Strategy (AMOS) January, 11 pp. Flora, J.L High rents and low wages in Beautiful Ames, prepared for the Affordable Housing team of A Mid-Iowa Organizing Strategy (AMOS), December, 11 pp. Flora, J. L., Claudia M. Prado-Meza, and Hannah Lewis After the raid is over: Marshalltown, Iowa and the Consequences of Worksite Enforcement Raids, Special Report. Immigration Policy Center, Washington, DC, January, 21 pp. Accessed on August 23, 2011 at Flora, J.L., Qiaoli (Lily) Chen, Stacy Bastian, and Rick Hartmann Hog CAFOs and Sustainability: The Impact on Local Development and Water Quality in Iowa, Iowa Policy Project, October, 34pp. Available at: (Accessed Nov. 10, 2007). Beran, J.L. and Karen Bolluyt (Co-Chairs), Steve Aigner, J.L. Flora, Mary Gillette, Betty Johnson, Ruth Jones, Selva Lehman, Beverly Reddick, David Sahr, and Clayton Swenson Living Wage Study, Ames League of Women Voters, July, 33 pp. Page 12 1/23/2014

13 Flora, J. L. Martha M. Dettman, Stacy Bastian, Georgeanne Artz and Margaret Hanson Iowa Self-sufficiency Wages, Office of Social and Economic Trend Analysis, ISU, February. Executive summary appears at: Thu, Kendall M., Laura DeLind, E. Paul Durrenberger, C.B. Flora, J.L. Flora, William Heffernan, and Steve Padgitt Social Issues, Pp in Kendall Thu, General Editor, Understanding the Impacts of Large-Scale Swine Production: Proceedings from an Interdisciplinary Scientific Workshop, June 29-30, 1995, Des Moines, IA, Iowa City: University of Iowa. Flora, J.L Statement, in Impact of Budget Proposals on Agriculture and Farm Commodities Issues. Hearing before the Committee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, Atchison, KS, Feb. 15, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office: BOOK CHAPTERS: Flora, C.B. and J.L. Flora Community Organization and Mobilization in Rural America. Chapter 31 in C. Bailey, L. Jensen and E. Ransom, eds. Rural America in a Globalizing World: Problems and Prospects for the 2010s. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press (in press). Flora, C.B. and J.L. Flora Midwestern Rural Communities in the Post-WWII Era to In Anderson, J.L. (ed.) The Rural Midwest since World War II. DeKalb, IL.: Northern Illinois University Press, pp Flora, J.L., Claudia Prado-Meza, Hannah Lewis, Cesar Montalvo, and Frank Dunn Impact of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Raid on Marshalltown, Iowa. In Martinez, Rubén O. (ed.). Latinos in the Midwest. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, Flora, C.B. and J.L. Flora Sociology of Development. Pp in C.D. Bryant and D.L. Peck (eds.) 21 st Century Sociology: A Reference Handbook. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Goldsmith, Peter, Félix Vélez, Duane Acker, David Andrews, J.L. Flora, Stephen Kirkhorn, Philip Martin, Stephen Page, Armando Palacios, Keith Heffernan, Felipe Pereira, Dan Smalley, and Don Villwock Community and Labor, Chapter 7 in The Future of Animal Agriculture in North America, Oakbrook, IL: Farm Foundation, May. Available at: Flora, J.L., C.B. Flora, Florencia Campana, Mary García Bravo, and Edith Fernández-Baca Social Capital and Advocacy Coalitions: Examples of Environmental Issues from Ecuador. In Robert E. Rhoades, ed. Development with Identity: Community, Culture and Sustainability in the Andes, CABI Publishing, pp Available at Mountain Forum Online Library: (Accessed 12/3/07.) Spanish version: Flora, J.L., C.B. Flora, Florencia Campana, Mary García Bravo, y Edith Fernández-Baca El Capital Social y las Coaliciones de Convencimiento: Ejemplos de Temas Ambientales en El Ecuador. Pags en Robert E. Rhoades, editor. Desarrollo con Identidad: Comunidad, cultura, y sustentabilidad en los Andes, Quito, Ecuador: Ediciones Abya-Yala. Flora, C.B., and J.L. Flora "Creating Social Capital." Pp in J. Pretty (ed.) The Earthscan Reader in Sustainable Agriculture. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan. (Reprint of 1996 article.) Page 13 1/23/2014

14 Flora, J.L., and C.B. Flora Building Community in Rural Areas of the Andes. Pp in Raúl Atria and Marcelo Siles, Compilers. Social Capital and Poverty Reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean: Towards a New Paradigm. Santiago Chile: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean and Michigan State University, January. Originally published as "Desarrollo comunitario en las zonas rurales de los Andes." Pp in Capital Social y Reducción de la Pobreza en América Latina y el Caribe: En Busca de un Nuevo Paradigma. Raúl Atria and Marcelo Siles, Compiladores. Santiago, Chile: Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) y Michigan State University, Flora, C.B. Butler, and J. L. Flora Social Capital, Pp in David L. Brown & Louis E. Swanson, eds. Challenges for Rural America in the 21 st Century. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. Fletcher, Cynthia Needles, J. L. Flora, Barbara J. Gaddis, Mary Winter and Jacquelyn S. Litt Small Towns and Welfare Reform: Iowa Case Studies of Families and Communities. Pp in Bruce A. Weber, Greg J. Duncan, and Leslie A. Whitener, Eds. Welfare Reform, Food Assistance and Rural Poverty. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. Flora, J.L., Mary Garcia B., C.B. Flora, and Segundo Andrango B Community Sustainability in an Ecuadorian Landscape: The Role of Economic, Human, Environmental and Social Capital. Pp in Robert E. Rhoades, ed., Bridging Human and Ecological Landscapes: Participatory Research and Sustainable Development in an Andean Agricultural Frontier. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Also published as Sustentabilidad comunitaria en un paisaje ecuatoriano: El rol del capital económico, humano, ambiental, y social. Pág en Robert E. Rhoades, (ed). Tendiendo Puentes Entre Los Paisajes Humanos y Naturales: La Investigación Participativa y el Desarrollo Ecológico en una Frontera Agrícola Andina. Quito, Ecuador: Editorial Abya Yala, Flora, J.L Creating local and national capacity for the integration of conservation and development projects. Pp in Robert E. Rhoades and Jody Stallings, Eds. Integrated Conservation and Development in Tropical America: Experiences and Lessons in Linking communities, Projects and Policies. Athens, GA: SANREM CRSP and CARE-SUBIR. Flora, J.L., and C.B. Flora Race, Gender and Class in Rural America. Pp in Jean Ait Belkhir and Bernice McNair Barnett, with Anna Karpathakis, Eds. Introduction to Sociology: A Race, Gender and Class Perspective. Race, Gender and Class Book Series. New Orleans: Southern University. (Reprinted in Jenkins, Carol A., and Cathy Rakowski Teaching about the Complexities and Diversities of American Rural Life: Syllabi and Instructional Materials. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association Teaching Resources Center, pp ) Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Creating Social Capital, Pp in William Vitek and Wes Jackson, Eds. Rooted in the Land: Essays on Community and Place. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. Flora, C.B., J. L. Flora, and Kim Wade Measuring Success and Empowerment. Pp in Norman Walzer, ed., Community Strategic Visioning Programs. Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers. Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora The Past and Future: Social Contract, Social Policy, and Social Capital. Pp in Steve A. Halbrook and Carroll E. Merry. Increasing Understanding of Public Problems and Policies: Oak Brook, Ill.: Farm Foundation, January. Page 14 1/23/2014

15 Stallmann, Judith I., Ari Mwachofi, J. L. Flora, and Thomas G. Johnson The Labor Market and Human Capital Investment, pp in Lionel J. Beaulieu and David Mulkey, eds. Investing in People: The Human Capital Needs of Rural America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Flora, J.L., and C.B. Flora Local Economic Development Projects: Key Factors, pp in Norman Walzer, ed. Rural Community Economic Development. Westport, CN: Praeger Publishers. Flora, J.L., and Thomas G. Johnson Small Business Policies for the 1990s, pp in C.B. Flora and James A. Christenson, Eds. Rural Policies for the 1990s. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Flora, J.L., C.B. Flora, Dwight Dickson, Yu-Ching Cheng, Muhammad Amin ul-karim, and Yun-Ji Qian The Changing Structure of Farming Dependent Communities in the 1980s: the Kansas Case, pp in Michael E. Gertler and Harold R. Baker, Eds. Sustainable Rural Communities in Canada. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: The Canadian Agriculture and Rural Restructuring Group. Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora, An Historical Perspective on Institutional Transfer, pp in J. Lin Compton, Ed. The Transformation of International Agricultural Research and Development. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. Flora, J.L., Douglas K. Benson, and C.B. Flora Central America: Cultures in Conflict, and J. L. Flora and Edelberto Torres-Rivas, Sociology of Developing Societies: Historical Bases of Insurgency in Central America, pp and pp , respectively, in J. L. Flora and Edelberto Torres Rivas, Eds. Sociology of Developing Societies : Central America. London: Macmillan. Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Public Policy, Farm Size, and Community Well-Being in Farming Dependent Counties of the Plains. Pp in Louis E. Swanson, ed. Agricultural and Community Change in the U.S.: The Congressional Research Reports. Boulder: Westview Press. Flora, J.L History of Wheat Research at the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, in Lawrence Busch and William Lacy, Eds. The Agricultural Scientific Enterprise; : a System in Transition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press: Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora A Comparative Study of Rice Research in California, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, in Lawrence Busch and William Lacy, eds. The Agricultural Scientific Enterprise, : a System in Transition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press: Flora, J.L., and Richard D. Rodefeld The Nature, Magnitude, and Consequences of Changes in Agricultural Technology, in Rodefeld, et al., Change in Rural America: Causes, Consequences, and Alternatives, St. Louis, C.V. Mosby Co.: 1-8. Flora, J.L Research on Declining Communities The Great Void, North Central Regional Center for Rural Development. Communities Left Behind: Alternative for Development. Ames: Iowa State University Press: NON-REFEREED AND PROCEEDINGS PAPERS: Flora, J. L. Diego Thompson, Saúl Abarca Orozco, Héctor Bombiella Medina, Caroline Oliveira, and Claudia Prado-Meza Exploring the Meanings of Food and Agriculture for Latino Youth: PhotoVoice in Three Iowa Cities, Proceedings of the 11 th Annual Cambio de Colores Conference, Columbia, MO, June 13-15, 2012, 10 pp. Emery, Mary, Diego Thompson, Claudia M. Prado-Meza, J. Flora, and C. Flora Involving Immigrant Latino Farmers in Local Food Systems: A Community Capitals Approach. Pp in Stephen Jeanetta and Corinne Valdivia, Eds. Latinos in the Heartland: Migration and Shifting Page 15 1/23/2014

16 Human Landscapes. Proceedings of the 10 th Annual Cambio de Colores Conference, Kansas City Missouri, June 8-10, Prado-Meza, Claudia M., Hannah Lewis, and J.L. Flora Building Capacity among Immigrant Farmers in a Community College Context. Pp in Proceedings of the 5th National Small Farm Conference September 15-17, 2009, Springfield, IL, Denis Ebodaghe, Managing Editor (May), PowerPoint accessed on July 19, 2010 at: %20-% pdf Flora, C.B. and J.L. Flora Postville, Iowa: Lessons for Immigration Reform. Immigration Reform: Implications for Farmers, Farm Workers, and Communities, Washington, DC. May 21, Flora, J.L., and Beverlyn Lundy Allen "Introduction: Community Development and Social Capital." Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society 37 (Spring): 1-4. Flora, C.B. Butler, J. L. Flora, Florencia Campana, and Edith Fernández-Baca The advocacy coalition framework: A theoretical frame for SANREM to address policy change and learning. Pp in Kathleen Cason, ed. Cultivating Community Capital for Sustainable Natural Resource Management: Experiences from the SANREM CRSP. Watkinsville, GA: SANREM CRSP. Available at Mountain Forum Online Library: (Accessed 12/3/07.) Flora, J.L., C.B. Flora, Florencia Campana, Mary García Bravo, and Edith Fernández-Baca Social capital and advocacy coalitions: Examples from Ecuador. Pp in Kathleen Cason, ed. Cultivating Community Capital for Sustainable Natural Resource Management: Experiences from the SANREM CRSP. Watkinsville, GA: SANREM CRSP. Fletcher, Cynthia Needles, J. L. Flora, Barbara J. Gaddis, Jacquelyn S. Litt, and Mary Winter Small Towns and Welfare Reform: Iowa Case Studies and Families and Communities, JCPR Working Paper 190, Joint Center for Poverty Research, June, 38pp. Available online at Hugh B. Hansen, J. L. Flora, and Cynthia Needles Fletcher Welfare Reform in Seven Iowa Communities. Pp in Edward J. Miller and Robert P. Wolensky. Thirteenth Conference on the Small City and Regional Community: Work, Welfare, and Poverty. October 15-16, 1998 Proceedings of the 1998 Conference (Vol. 13). Stevens Point: Center for the Small City at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Flora, J.L., Multidisciplinary Rural Studies in the Land Grant University Context: Comments, The Rural Sociologist 11, 2 (Summer): Flora, J.L., and C.B. Flora The Effects of Different Production Systems, Technology Mixes, and Farming Practices on Farm Size and Communities: Implications for the Conservation Reserve Program, in John E. Mitchell, ed. Impact of the Conservation Reserve Program in the Great Plains. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-158, Fort Collins, CO: April: Flora, C.B., and J. L. Flora Characteristics of Entrepreneurial Communities in a Time of Crisis, Rural Development News, Vol. 12, No. 2 (April): 1-4. Reprinted in Community (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis) 3,2 (September 1988): 3-4. Page 16 1/23/2014

17 Flora, J.L Rural Communities in Kansas, in Farming in the Face of Change: Opportunities and Possibilities. Conference Proceedings. Minnesota Extension Service, Spring Hill Center, Wayzata, MN, Nov. 9-11: Flora, J.L., and C.B. Flora Emerging Agricultural Technologies, Farm Size, Public Policy, and Rural Communities: the Great Plains and the West, Office of Technology Assessment. Technology, Public Policy and the Changing Structure of Agriculture. Volume II - Background Papers, Part D: Rural Communities. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Congress, May, 36 pp. + appendix. Flora, J.L Why is Central America in Turmoil? A & S, the Magazine of the College of Arts and Sciences, Kansas State University (Fall): Flora, J.L., and John McFadden Gender, Class, and Revolutionary Mobilization: the Nicaraguan Literacy Crusade and Political Consciousness of Young Literacy Workers, Analysis, (Puerto Rico) 2, 3 (January-June): Flora, J.L Human Rights in El Salvador and Nicaragua, LASA Forum, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Spring): Flora, J.L Development and Delivery of Appropriate Technology: Remarks, in Wendy Sheppard, editor, Proceedings of Kansas State University s Farming Systems Research Symposium - Small Farms in a Changing World: Prospects for the Eighties, Farming Systems Research Paper Series #2, Office of International Agricultural Programs, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, (April): MONOGRAPHS: Fletcher, Cynthia Needles, Barbara J. Gaddis, J.L. Flora, Hugh B. Hansen, Karen Shirer, Mary Winter, Jackie Litt, Nancy Norman, and Connie Betterley Family Well-Being and Welfare Reform in Iowa: A Study of Income Support, Health, and Social Policies for Low-Income People in Iowa. Iowa State University Extension EDC 141, Ames, IA, September, 122pp. Flora, J. and C. B. Flora Social Capital and Networks of Reciprocity in Four Communities of the Alambi Micro-Region of Ecuador. SANREM CRSP Phase I Annual Report, EC8-1, In Spanish: El Capital Social y las Redes de Reciprocidad en las Cuatro Comunidades de la Microregión SANREM Ecuador. Quito: SANREM CRSP--Ecuador Documentos de Trabajo. Flora, J.L., Edward Gale, Frederick E. Schmidt, Gary P. Green, and C.B. Flora From the Grassroots: Case Studies of Rural Self-Development Efforts. Agricultural and Rural Economy Division Staff Report No. AGES Washington, D. C.: Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, August, 29pp. Gary P. Green, J. L. Flora, C.B. Flora, and Frederick E. Schmidt From the Grassroots: Results of a National Study of Rural Self Development. Agricultural and Rural Economy Division Staff Report No. AGES Washington, D. C.: Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, November, 38pp. Flora, J.L., C.B. Butler Flora, and Elizabeth Houdek Rural Communities: Legacy and Change Study Guide. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Flora, J.L., C.B. Butler Flora, and Elizabeth Houdek Rural Communities: Legacy and Change Faculty Guide. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Flora, J.L., James J. Chriss, Eddie Gale, Gary P. Green, Frederick E. Schmidt, and C.B. Flora From the Grassroots: Profiles of 103 Rural Self-Development Projects. Agriculture and Rural Page 17 1/23/2014

18 Economy Division Staff Report No Washington, D.C.: Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, April, 109 pp. Flora, J.L., and James Converse, co-editors Outreach Programs of the Land Grant University: Which Publics Should They Serve? Proceedings of a Conference at Kansas State University, July 14-15, 1978, Manhattan: Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, June. C.B. Flora, J. L. Flora, Wayne White, Richard Leiker, Tommy Garnett, and Karen Albach Kansans on the Move, Policy Analysis Series. Division of State Planning and Research, State of Kansas, December. Flora, J.L Elite Solidarity and Land Tenure in the Cauca Valley of Colombia. Latin American Studies Program Dissertation Series, No. 30, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. EXPERIMENT STATION & EXTENSION/OUTREACH PUBLICATIONS: Flora, Jan Extension sociology helps immigrant youth reflect on culture and locally-grown foods through photography, Community Matters, ISU Extension and Outreach Community and Economic Development, Iowa State University 5, 4, p. 5. Available at: 5issue4.pdf Quinn, Tom and J.L. Flora Organizing an Iowa Community Voices Program, and Iowa Community Voices Planning Worksheets, PM 1951a and b, Ames, IA: ISU Extension to Communities, October, 8pp. Available online at: Flora, J.L Capital, Community and Collective Action: Social Foundations of Sustainability in an Andean Buffer Zone (Ecuador), SANREM CRSP Research Brief No. 9, Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Program, Watkinsville, GA, 4pp. Available online at: Fletcher, Cynthia Needles, J.L. Flora, Barbara Gaddis, Mary Winter, and Jacquelyn Litt Small Towns and Welfare Reform, Poverty Research News 4, 5 (Sept.-Oct): 8-9. Flora, J.L., Cynthia Needles Fletcher, Hugh B. Hansen, and Barbara J. Gaddis Welfare Reform in Seven Iowa Communities: Key Study Conclusions, ISU University Extension EDC 141b, October, 8 pp. Pratt, Stephanie, and J. L. Flora Iowa Women: Education, Earnings, and Equity, Quality Jobs and Quality Communities White Paper #3, ISU Department of Sociology Extension, July, 8pp. Burnett, Vanessa R., Terry Besser, and J.L. Flora Income Distribution and Employment Trends in Iowa, Quality Jobs and Quality Communities White Paper #1, ISU Sociology Extension, October, 7pp. Hansen, Hugh B., David A. Swenson, J. L. Flora and Daniel M. Otto "Medicare Policy and the Health System: Lamoni and Decatur County, Iowa, Rural Development Initiative Report prepared for the Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI), November, 11pp. Flora, J.L., and Jeff S. Sharp How to Succeed at Economic Development, Community Connections #59, May, 2 pp. (Distributed to 115 Iowa newspapers by ISU Extension to Communities.) Page 18 1/23/2014

19 Ryan, Vernon, Terry Besser, Paul Lasley, and J.L. Flora Comparing (Community Name) with Sigma: Iowa s Typical Community. RDI-01 to RDI-99, College of Agriculture, Iowa State University (100 separate community reports were published in this series), 20pp. Ryan, Vernon, Terry Besser, Paul Lasley, and J.L. Flora Residents Speak Out on (Community Name). Department of Sociology, Iowa State University (100 separate community reports were published in this series), 4 pp. Flora, J.L., Christopher Furlow and Gabriela C. Flora Baseline Study of Two Extension Units in Virginia, report to Virginia Cooperative Extension Volunteer Development Team, August. Flora, J.L., and Teresa Williams Will Virginia s Children Stay in School? The Global Economy and Educational Attainment in Virginia, Horizons. (Rural Economic Analysis Program, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Tech) 5, 5 (September-October): 4pp. Flora, C.B., J. L. Flora, and John Allen Quality of Life Concerns and Sustainable Agriculture: Overview of Useful Methods for Action Research, in Quality of Life Issue in Sustainable Agriculture: A North Central Regional SARE Program, November [Conference packet] Flora, C.B., J. L. Flora, Li Li, Estanislao A. Gacitua Mario, Natalie Hunter, Cristi Hummer, Elaine David, Patricia Summers, Anna Zajicek, and Julie Machara Meeting the Changing Needs of North Carolina Farmers: Technical, Management, and Marketing Services. Report prepared for the North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center, February, 52pp + tables. Lacey, P.F, H.R. Perkinson, C. W. Coale, Jr., J. L. Flora, and J. R. Crowgey Financial Planning and Analysis for Aquaculture Enterprises, SP 90-11, Department of Agricultural Economics, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, June. Flora, J.L., and Jim Chriss Self-Development: Profiles of Kansas Communities, Kansas Center for Rural Initiatives and Kansas Center for Community Economic Development, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. Flora, J.L., Rural Communities in Kansas, pp in Farming in the Face of Change: Opportunities and Possibilities, Conference Proceedings, Spring Hill Center, Wayzata, MN, Nov. 9-11, University of Minnesota: Minnesota Extension Service, n.d., 16pp. Flora, J.L The Farm Crisis and Decatur County, Education Resources Information Center, Available at REVIEW ESSAYS/ABSTRACTS: Flora, J.L., C.B. Flora, and Claudia Prado-Meza Putting ICE on Ice: Immigration and Customs Enforcement Raids in Marshalltown and Postville, Iowa Impacts and Disaster Preparedness. P. 28 in Stephen Jeanetta and Corinne Valdivia. Eds., Latinos in the Heartland: Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Conference. University of Missouri-Columbia: Cambio Center. Accessed on 4/25/10 at pdf Page 19 1/23/2014

20 Flora, J.L. and Hannah Lewis Professionals as Participants in their own Training for Work with Latino Farmers. P. 37 in Stephen Jeanetta and Corinne Valdivia (eds.): Cambio de Colores. Latinos in Missouri. Conference Abstracts Cambio Center, University of Missouri- Columbia. Flora, C.B., and J.L. Flora, Bridging and Bonding Social Capital in Communities with Latino In- Migrants. P. 15 in Stephen Jeanetta and Corinne Valdivia (eds.):cambio de Colores. Latinos in Missouri: Gateway to a New Community. Proceedings of the 2004 annual conference including selected papers from Published by University of Missouri Extension in cooperation with the Cambio Center, University of Missouri-Columbia, March Flora, J.L Review Essay: Whither Rural Community Development? Rural Sociology 67 (December): [Review of Partnerships in Communities: Reweaving the Fabrics of Rural America," by Jean Richardson; and "Small Town and Rural Economic Development: A Case Studies Approach," edited by Peter V. Schaeffer and Scott Loveridge] Flora, J.L Sociology: Central America. Pp in Dolores Moyano Martin and P. Sue Mundell, eds. Handbook of Latin American Studies No. 55: Social Sciences. Prepared by a Number of Scholars for the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Austin: University of Texas Press. Flora, J.L Emerging Issues and Research Priorities. Pp in Walter Gardiner, ed. Post Industrial Rural Development: The Role of Natural Resources and the Environment. Workshop Proceedings. Washington, DC, March 29, 1996, Ames, IA: North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, ISU Printing Service, July. Thu, Kendall M., Laura DeLind, E. Paul Durrenberger, C.B. Flora, J.L. Flora, William Heffernan, and Steve Padgitt Social Issues, Pp in Kendall Thu, General Editor, Understanding the Impacts of Large-Scale Swine Production: Proceedings from an Interdisciplinary Scientific Workshop, June 29-30, 1995, Des Moines, IA, Iowa City: University of Iowa. Flora, J.L., Sociology: Central America. Pp in Dolores Moyano Martin, Ed. Handbook of Latin American Studies No. 53: Social Sciences. Prepared by a Number of Scholars for the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Austin: University of Texas Press. Flora, J.L., and Estanislao Gacitua, Why Agrarian Reforms Fail: Cases from Latin America, P. 242 in E. Wyllys Andrews V and Elizabeth Oster Mozzillo. Five Hundred Years After Columbus: Proceedings of the 47 th International Congress of Americanists. Middle American Research Institute Publication 63. New Orleans: Tulane University. CONSULTANCY/EVALUATION REPORTS: Besser, Terry, J.L. Flora, Matthew Clement and Jae Won Lee, Regional Understanding and Assessment of Social Capital, Report presented to the Northwest Area Foundation, January 2006, 33pp. Flora, J.L., C.B. Flora, Stacy Bastian, and Elizabeth Manion "Leadership and Community Capacity Building: An Inventory and Analysis of Curricula and Tools," Report presented to the Northwest Area Foundation, 44pp. Available at: Flora, J. L Evaluation of E.A.R.T.H. s Community Development Program, presented to The Agricultural College of the Humid Tropics (Escuela de Agricultura de la Región Tropical Húmeda-- E.A.R.T.H.), Guápiles, Costa Rica, July, 22pp. Page 20 1/23/2014

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