Is Organic Farm Challenges by Protability an Interdisciplinary Approach in Nature? A Review

  • Yasser Ghoreishi 935 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, ON – P3E 2C6, Canada
Keywords: Organic farms, Profitability, disciplinary, Interdisciplinary, sub-disciplines, Health, Environment, Economic


This paper outlines whether organic farming protability research is an interdisciplinary approach. It draws inspiration from the relevant literature and disciplines surrounding this topic (Public health, Environmental studies, Economic/Finance). It focusses on the complex nature of organic farming in terms of protability and how it affects all parties involved (policymakers, farmers, and consumers). This report argues that through an examination of the relevant literature surrounding this research area, the current topic has been developed and reviewed from various disciplines and foci points (Public health, Environmental studies, Economic/Finance). Organic farming research associated with a broader range of interdependent factors, and it is more likely to rely on a more signicant component of value judgement or intuition. Research methods for studying organic farming and protability depend on an acceptance of complexity as an essential part of the research process. Employing this perspective aids the consideration of organic agriculture and protability because each discipline used to explore.
this topic has its strength, weakness, and also examined this topic from a
particular vantage. Therefore, an interdisciplinary approach is a means of
opening up a more meaningful account of this process.

Author Biography

Yasser Ghoreishi, 935 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, ON – P3E 2C6, Canada

Human Studies and Interdisciplinary Department, Laurentian University