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Book | 2020

Fishers, Monks and Cadres: Navigating State, Religion and the South China Sea in Central Vietnam, co-published by NIAS Press and the University of Hawai'i Press (Paperback February 2021)

This remarkable and timely ethnography explores how fishing communities living on the fringe of the South China Sea in central Vietnam interact with state and religious authorities as well as...
Edyta Roszko (2020)
NIAS Press and the University of Hawai'i Press
Journal Article | 2017

Fishermen and Territorial Anxieties in China and Vietnam: Narratives of the South China Sea beyond the Nation Frame

In the geopolitical conflict over the South China Sea (SCS), fishers are at the center of Chinese and Vietnamese cartographic imaginations that define the sea as either “Chinese” or “Vietnamese”...
Edyta Roszko (2017)
in Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review vol. 6 no. 1 pp. 20-51
Journal Article | 2012

Fishery as a livelihood strategy in Malawi. Analyzing a small LSMS sub-sample

We illustrate how a national household survey can be applied to analyse a subject that requires data from a small sub-sample. Even for small sub-samples meaningful statistical tests can be...
Magnus Hatlebakk (2012)
in Journal of International Development vol. 24 no. 1 pp. 77-87
Book | 2003

Management, co-management or no management? Major dilemmas in southern African freshwater fisheries. Vol. 1: Synthesis report Vol.2: Case studies

Fisheries in the South Africa Development Community freshwaters are found to function as an economic buffer and as a safety valve for thousands of people moving in and out of...
Eyolf Jul-Larsen, Jeppe Kolding, Ragnhild Overå, Jesper Raakjær Nielsen, Paul van Zwieten (2003)
Rome: Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO fisheries technical paper no. 426/1-2 (2 vols.))
Journal Article | 2002

Small-scale fisheries, population dynamics and resource use in Africa: The case of Moree, Ghana

The relationships between population dynamics and fishery resources are more complex than the concept of Malthusian overfishing implies. Reasons include changing biophysical characteristics of the upwelling system along the coast...
Catherine M. Marquette and Ragnhild Overå (2002)
in Ambio vol. 31 no. 4 pp. 324-336
CMI Working Paper | 2001

Institutions, mobility and resilience in the Fante migratory fisheries of West Africa

The fishery of the Fante town Moree in Ghana and its network of migrants in West Africa is here understood as a social field, whose institutions are key to an...
Ragnhild Overå (2001)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Working Paper WP 2001:2)
CMI Working Paper | 1999

Access regimes and institutions: The economic organisation of the migrant Popo fishermen of Pointe- Noire, Congo

Within Popo society in Pointe Noire, Congo, fishermen sell their fish to their wives at a price slightly below the local market price. The wives process the fish and re-sell...
Turid Bøe (1999)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Working Paper WP 1999:8) 36 p.
CMI Report | 1994

Migrant fishermen in Congo: Tradition and modernity

This report presents an empirical analysis of the dynamics of the community of Béninois (Popo) migrant fishermen in Pointe-Noire. The treatment of historical data from the period prior to their...
Eyolf Jul-Larsen (1994)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Report R 1994:6) 66 p.
Edited Book | 1992

Fishing for Development. Small-Scale Fisheries in Africa

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...
Inge Tvedten and Bjørn Hersoug (eds.) (1992)
Uppsala: The Scandinavia Institute of African Studies 227 p.