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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.67 Indigenous Use and Management of Marine Resources

February 18, 2005 Publication

Edited by Nobuhiro Kishigami and James M. Savelle

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1. Genaral Introduction: Marine Resources and Anthropology
Nobuhiro Kishigami and James M. Savelle

Part 1 Overview: Theoretical and Empirical Consideration
2. Commons Theory for Marine Resource Management in a Complex World
Fikret Berkes
3. Folk Management and Conservation of Marine Resources:
Towards a Theoretical and Methodological Assessment
Richard B. Pollnac and Jeffery C. Johnson

Part 2 Indigenous and Commercial Whaling
4. The Development of Indigenous Whaling: Prehistoric and Historic
James M. Savelle
5. "Just One More Time before I Die": Securing the Relationship between Inuit and Whales in the Arctic Regions
Milton M. R. Freeman
6. Indigenous Use and Management of Whales and Other Marine Resources in East Flores and Lembata, Indonesia
Robert H. Barnes
7. Use and Management of Humpback Whales in Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Hisashi Hamaguchi
8. Resource Management for the Next Generation: Co- Management of Fishery Resources in Western Canadian Arctic Region
Masami Iwasaki-Goodman
9. Co-Management of Beluga Whales in Nunavik (Arctic Quebec), Canada
Nobuhiro Kishigami
10. Whaling Conflicts: The International Debate
Kayo Ohmagari

Part 3 Use and Management of Marine Resources in Tropical and Sub-Tropical Regions
11. Problems with Centralised Fisheries Management in Pacific Islands
Michael King
12. Coastal Fisheries Co-Management in Okinawa, Samoa and the Philippines with Fish Aggregating Devices as Sources of Alternative Income
Shinichiro Kakuma
13. The Use and Management of Small Clupeoids in Viet Nam
Kenneth Ruddle
14. The Past and Present of Coral Reef Fishing Economy in Madagascar: Implications for the Self-Determination of Resource Use
Taku Iida
15. Role of the Trepang Traders in the Depleting Resource Management: A Philippine Case
Jun Akamine

Part 4 Marine Resource Use and Indigenous Knowledge in Australia, New Zealand and Arctic Canada
16. Traditional Use in Contemporary Ailan (Island) Ways: The Management Challenge of a Sustainable Dugong Fishery in Torres Strait
Donna Kwan
17. Use of Matauranga (Maori Traditional Knowledge) and Science to Guide a Seabird Harvest: Getting the Best of Both Worlds?
Jamie Newman and Henrik Moller
18. Science against Modern Science: The Socio-Political Construction of Otherness in Inuit TEK (Traditional Ecological Knowledge)
Keiichi Omura
19. The Fish Tale That is Never Told: A Reconsideration of the Importance of Fishing in Inuit Societies
Henry Stewart
20. Nunavut Inuit and Polar Bear: The Cultural Politics of the Sport Hunt
George Wenzel

Part 5 Environmental and Political Issues of Indigenous Marine Resource
21. Canadian Arctic Indigenous Peoples, Traditional Food Systems, and POPs
Harriet V. Kuhnleis, Laurie H. M. Chan, Grace Egeland and Olivier Receveur
22. Inuit, Marine Resources and Climate Change: Risk and Resilience in a Changing Arctic
Mark Nuttall
23. On the Visibility of Indigenous Australian Systems of Marine Tenure
Nicolas Peterson
24. Concluding Remarks
James M. Savelle and Nobuhiro Kishigami

List of Contributors


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