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Fishing for development: small-scale fisheries in Africa
The Nordic Africa Institute.
1992 (English)Collection (editor) (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

Small-scale or artisanal fishery is a neglected sector in research on African development, despite the fact that fishery is a vital source of protein and income for a large number of people and an important source of revenue for governments. In this volume research on artisanal fisheries has been pooled together in general themes and contributions based on research from Mozambique, Zambia, Angola, Tanzania and West Africa.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet , 1992. , p. 227
Keywords [en]
Africa; Fishery; Fishery development; Fishermen; Small-scale fishery
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Social Sciences
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URN: urn:nbn:se:nai:diva-631ISBN: 91-7106-327-7 (print)OAI: oai:DiVA.org:nai-631DiVA, id: diva2:277524
Note

Contents: Introduction / Inge Tvedten and Bjørn Hersoug -- PART 1. THE ARTISANAL FISHERY SECTOR -- Industrial vs. Artisanal Fisheries in West Africa: The Lesson to be Learnt / Jan M. Haakonsen -- Ethnogenesis, Mobility and Politics in the History of West African Canoe Fishermen / Mariteuw Chimére Diaw -- Attitudes towards Modernization in African Small-Scale Fisheries / Eyolf Jul-Larsen -- Small-Scale Fisheries and the Evolutionist Theory of Institutional Development / Jean-Philippe Platteau -- Artisanal Fishermen and Intermediaries in Mozambique / Vibe Johnsen -- PART 2. ARTISANAL FISHERY DEVELOPMENT -- Limits to Aid: Some Considerations on Fisheries Development Aid Projects / Bjørn Hersoug -- Men, Money and Fisheries Planning: The Case of the Northern Province of Zambia / Else Skjønsberg -- When is a Fishing Man a Fisherman? Artisanal Fishery Development in Guinea-Bissau / Mette Bækgaard and Henrik Overballe -- Management of Small-Scale Fisheries in Africa. Is it Possible? / Ossi Lindqvist and Hannu Mölsä -- Resource Management and Artisanal Fisheries: Relevance and Conditions / Poul Degnbol

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