Changing Tides: Gender, Fisheries and Globalization (Paperback)

Barbara Neis, Marion Binkley, Siri Gerrard

Edité par Fernwood Publishing Co Ltd, 2005
ISBN 10: 1552661598 / ISBN 13: 9781552661598
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Fisheries are among the most globalized economic sectors in the world. Relying largely on wild resources and employing millions of people and feeding many millions more, fisheries provide a unique vantage point from which to view contemporary globalization, which is co-occurring with a major ecological revolution triggered by resource degradation and associated with the development of intensive aquaculture. Globalization is intensifying the export orientation and use of joint ventures between rich and poor countries in fisheries. International organizations such as the IMF are pressuring many debtor countries to exchange access to their fishery resources for access to foreign exchange, constraining their ability to limit external ownership and the export of resources, and threatening local fishery employment and food self-sufficiency. Changing Tides brings together contributions from researchers and community workers from 13 countries of the world. Juxtaposing academic case studies with accounts from activists and fisheries workers, this book points the ways in which globalization and associated resource degradation, privatization and the concentration of ownership and control in fisheries are jeopardizing the lives and livelihoods of women fish workers and their families. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : This book brings together contributions from researchers and community workers from thirteen countries of the world. Juxtaposing academic case studies with accounts from activists and fisheries workers, it points to the ways in which globalization and associated resource degradation, privatization, and the concentration of ownership and control in fisheries are jeopardizing the lives and livelihoods of women fish workers and their families.

About the Author: Marian Binkley is a professor of anthropology and Dean of Arts and Social Sciences at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Siri Gerrard is an associate professor in the Department of Planning and Community Studies at the University of Tromso, Norway. Maria Cristina Maneschy teaches sociology at the Universidade Federal do Para [Federal University of Para State], Brazil. Barbara Neis is a professor of sociology at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's.

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Titre : Changing Tides: Gender, Fisheries and ...
Éditeur : Fernwood Publishing Co Ltd
Date d'édition : 2005
Reliure : Paperback
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Description du livre Fernwood Publishing Co Ltd, Canada, 2005. Paperback. État : New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Fisheries are among the most globalized economic sectors in the world. Relying largely on wild resources and employing millions of people and feeding many millions more, fisheries provide a unique vantage point from which to view contemporary globalization, which is co-occurring with a major ecological revolution triggered by resource degradation and associated with the development of intensive aquaculture. Globalization is intensifying the export orientation and use of joint ventures between rich and poor countries in fisheries. International organizations such as the IMF are pressuring many debtor countries to exchange access to their fishery resources for access to foreign exchange, constraining their ability to limit external ownership and the export of resources, and threatening local fishery employment and food self-sufficiency. Changing Tides brings together contributions from researchers and community workers from 13 countries of the world. Juxtaposing academic case studies with accounts from activists and fisheries workers, this book points the ways in which globalization and associated resource degradation, privatization and the concentration of ownership and control in fisheries are jeopardizing the lives and livelihoods of women fish workers and their families. N° de réf. du libraire AAO9781552661598

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