Book Volume 13 2015

Interactive Governance for Small-Scale Fisheries

Global Reflections

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ISBN: 978-3-319-17033-6 (Print) 978-3-319-17034-3 (Online)

Table of contents (37 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxvii

  2. Governance and Governability – Introducing the Concepts

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-16

      Exploring Challenges in Small-Scale Fisheries Governance

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      Pages 17-35

      Assessing Governability of Small-Scale Fisheries

  3. Small-Scale Fisheries Diversity – Identifying Governability Challenges

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      Pages 37-38

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      Pages 39-59

      Community-Based, Co-management for Governing Small-Scale Fisheries of the Pacific: A Solomon Islands’ Case Study

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      Pages 61-84

      Governance and Governability: The Small-Scale Purse Seine Fishery in Pulau Rote, Eastern Indonesia

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      Pages 85-99

      Governability Challenges in Sustaining Small-Scale Fisheries in an Urban Context: A Study of Cochin Backwaters, India

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      Pages 101-115

      Governability of Kelp Forest Small-Scale Harvesting in Iroise Sea, France

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      Pages 117-132

      The Traditional Small-Scale Octopus Fishery in Portugal: Framing Its Governability

  4. Governing System Complexity – Aligning Modes

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 133-134

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      Pages 135-155

      Lessons from Existing Modes of Governance in Malawi’s Small-Scale Fisheries

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      Pages 157-178

      Two Rules for the Same Fish: Small-Scale Fisheries Governance in Mainland Ecuador and Galapagos Islands

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      Pages 179-198

      Governability, Self-Governance and Co-governance in the Context of Lake Victoria Fisheries, Tanzania

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      Pages 199-221

      A Comparison of Small-Scale Fisheries Governability: Baja California Sur, Mexico and the Hawaiian Islands

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      Pages 223-241

      Governability of Small-Scale Lobster Fisheries in the Wider Caribbean

  5. Rights and Justice Concerns – Securing Access

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 243-244

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      Pages 245-262

      The Governability of Small-Scale Fisheries Food System in South Africa – The Case of Snoek and West Coast Rock Lobster

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      Pages 263-280

      Japanese Fishing Cooperative Associations: Governance in an Era of Consolidation

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      Pages 281-298

      Governability and Its Discontents in the Fishery of Lake Winnipeg Since the Late 1960s: The View from Gimli

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      Pages 299-318

      Alaska’s Community Quota Entities Program for Halibut and Sablefish: Between Governability Challenges and Opportunities

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      Pages 319-336

      Governing Through Markets: Societal Objectives, Private Property Rights and Small-Scale Fisheries in Denmark

  6. Marine Protected Areas – Securing Space

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 337-338

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      Pages 339-357

      Scaling-up Small-Scale Fisheries Governability Through Marine Protected Areas in Southern Brazil

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      Pages 359-377

      Governability Challenges Facing Small-Scale Fishers Living Adjacent to Marine Protected Areas in South Africa

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      Pages 379-395

      Assessing Governability of Small-Scale Fisheries in Taklong Island National Marine Reserve in the Philippines

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