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A "feminist perspective" in fisheries builds on the fact that women of fishing communities take on multidimensional roles that straddle both production and reproduction...


De Silva, Achini, Trond Bjorndal and Audun Lem. Role of gender in global fishery value chains: a feminist perspective on activity, access and control profile. AquaFish CRSP Proceedings: IIFET Special Session, July 2012.
  • :Women in Fisheries
  • :Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ghana, Honduras, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Zimbabwe

United Nations Development Programme. 2012. Pescado Azul Women’s Association of Isabela, Ecuador. Equator Initiative Case Study Series. New York, NY.
  • :Women in Fisheries
  • :Ecuador

Novaczek, Irene. The seaweed harvesters of Alao. SAMUDRA, Issue #47. 2007
  • :Women in Fisheries
  • :Chile

Di Ciommo, Regina C. and Alexandre Schiavetti. Women participation in the management of a Marine Protected Area in Brazil. Ocean & Coastal Management 62 (2012) 15e23. doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2012.02.010
  • :Role of Women,Social Issues in MPAs,Women and Resources Management
  • :Brazil

Crawford, Brian; Maria D. Herrera, Nelvia Hernandez, Carlos Rivas Leclair, Narriman Jiddawi, Semba Masumbuko and Maria Lewis. 2010. Small scale fisheries management: lessons from cockle harvesters in Nicaragua and Tanzania. Basins and Coasts. Volume
  • :Women and Resources Management

Baldera C V and Diaz J C. 2001. We don’t wish to compete. Yemaya, Issue 7, August 2001.

Brian O’Riordan. 2006. Sea Martyrs of San Antonio. Yemaya, Issue 23, November 2006.
  • :Role of Women

Josupeit H. 2006. Networking to support. Yemaya, Issue 23, November 2006.
  • :Role of Women,Recognition and Policy

O’ Riordan B. 2006. Supporting the struggle. Yemaya, Issue 22, September 2006.
  • :Globalization,Struggles and Movements

Skewes J C and Guerra D. 2006. Whose gain? Yemaya, Issue 22, September 2006.
  • :Globalization,Struggles and Movements

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