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Robots and Transformations of Work in Farms -Protocol for a Systematic Review

Abstract : In developed countries, the number of people working in agriculture keeps going down. Agricultural work is changing as wage-earning is increasing as well as part-time work and outsourcing. At the same time, robots are developed in many agricultural sectors (livestock, horticulture, field crops) and are part of the changes in work. This systematic review protocol details the method used to answer two questions related to robots and work in agriculture. First, we question what the transformations of work in agriculture are related to robots. Secondly, we will identify the explanatory factors of robotization in relation to work in farms. We have used a research query in order to find the different approaches and disciplines interested in work in agriculture. Two databases have been querying: Web of Science and Scopus. The data selection will include a screening stage using Rayyan®, a web app facilitating systematic reviewing. Eligibility criteria are detailed and a risk of bias analysis is designed. Finally, we detail the axes of analysis that will be used for the qualitative analysis.
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Théo Martin, Pierre Gasselin, Nathalie Hostiou, Gilles Feron, L Laurens, et al.. Robots and Transformations of Work in Farms -Protocol for a Systematic Review. 2020. ⟨hal-02615306⟩



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