Durrenberger and King present ethnographic studies of fisheries resource systems from North America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific that challenge predominant, perspective, and assumptions about resource management problems from an anthropological perspective. The scale and type of fisheries systems range from combined subsistence and commercial fisheries to industrial operations, and management systems range from localized to centralized.Property and Persuasion: Essays on the History, Theory, and Rhetoric of Ownership. Boulder. CO: Westview Press. ... Russell, Susan D. 1994. Institutionalizing Opportunism: Cheating on Baby Purse Seiners in Batangas Bay, Philippines.
|Title||:||State and Community in Fisheries Management|
|Author||:||E. Paul Durrenberger, Thomas D. King|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2000-01-01|