Ph.D., Sociology, Colorado State University
M.A., Sociology, Illinois State University
B.A., Sociology and Anthropology, Truman State University
Paul is an environmental and rural sociologist with a primary interest in family farmers. Specifically, how do farmers respond to changes in the international economy? This work is also related to interests in environmental ethics, justice and agriculture, agricultural social movements, and the culture and symbolism of farming as it relates to policy.
Brewer, J. P., & Stock, P. V. (2016). Beyond Extension: Strengthening the Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program (FRTEP). Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 6(3), 91-101. DOI://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2016.063.007 http://www.agdevjournal.com/volume-6-issue-3/651-strengthening-frtep.html?catid=227%3Aopen-call-papers
Stock, P. V, Carolan, M. S, & Rosin, C. (Eds.). (2015). Food Utopias: Reimagining Citizenship, Ethics and Community (P. V Stock, M. S Carolan, & C. Rosin, Eds.). Routledge/Earthscan. https://www.routledge.com/Food-Utopias-Reimagining-citizenship-ethics-and-community/Stock-Carolan-Rosin/p/book/9781138788497
Stock, P. V., & Forney, J. (2014). Farmer Autonomy and the Agricultural Self. Journal of Rural Studies, 36, 160-171. DOI:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2014.07.004 https://www.academia.edu/29617720/Farmer_Autonomy_and_the_Farming_Self?auto_accept_coauthor=true