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1 Maritime Work Worlds and Cultures

1 From north to south: Women's contribution in fisheries

Katia Frangoudes V

The invisible women of the sea. Towards a critique of fishing anthropology in Spain

Gloria E. Cabrera Socorro V

Thematic network Women in Fisheries and Aquaculture in Europe (FEMMES)

Katia Frangoudes V

1 Fish food taboos and gender: Preferences among men and women in Brazilian coastal communities

Natalia Hanazaki V

Alpina Begossi

2 Household strategies and gender relations affected by tourism in a small-scale fishing community

Sytske Groenewald V

Lorijn van der Valk V

2 Migration in West African coastal fisheries

Eyolf Jul-Larsen V

Fishermen crossing borders in West Africa: Development challenges and research opportunities

Jan Haakonsen V

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

Ragnhild Overaa V

2 West African canoe fisheries: Technological change, institutional development and migration

Eyolf Jul-Larsen V

Jean-Pierre Chauveau

3 Historical encounters

Frits Loomeijer X

Glaring facts, dark numbers; Patterns and trends in piracy in Colonial Indonesia 1815-1915

Joep à Campo V

Inland shipping in a ‘polder’ area

Henk Dessens V

6 “Government, hold us, ‘cause we’re heading for trouble!”; Observations on thirty years of change in Dutch sea fisheries

Jan Willem de Wilde V

4 Piracy and robbery at sea: Contexts and causes

Derek Johnson V

1 Maritime violence and ocean governance with special reference to South and Southeast Asia

Mihir Roy V

2 Piracy & armed robbery against ships today

Pottengal Mukundan V

3 Paper to be announced

Gurpreet Singhota X

4 Ships can also be dangerous: Coupling piracy and terrorism in Southeast Asia’s maritime security framework

Graham Ong V

5 Piracy and maritime terrorism in Southeast Asia: Similarities, differences, and their implications

Mark J. Valencia V

1 Maritime Work Worlds and Cultures

5 Piracy and robbery at sea: Counter piracy interventions and pirate responses

Derek Johnson V

1 Piracy: The need for co-operation

Hasjim Djalal V

2 Quelling sea piracy in East Asia: China’s domestic endeavour and regional co-operation

Keyuan Zou V

3 Maritime regimes and piracy in East Asia: Can Japan climb aboard?

Greg Chaikin V

4 A critical analysis of proposals for combating maritime piracy in international legal studies

Daniel Blocq V

6 Socio-cultural representation of maritime life: Knowing the Sea by relating to it

Götz Hoeppe V

Changing meanings and representations of the Wadden region: Analysing the media

Lianne Boomars V

The work of fishing and the moral constitution of space in Kerala (South India)

Götz Hoeppe V

We are the sea's children: Environmental politics and discourses of rights

in the fishworkers' movement in Kerala

Cecilia Busby X

1 Cultural models and fishing communities: African Americans on the Georgia Coast (USA)

Ben G. Blount V

2 Globalisation, Change, and Development in Maritime Areas

1 Globalisation, change, and development in maritime areas

James McGoodwin V

"Like shooting your own father": A consideration of the effects of land reclamation on coastal fisherfolk in Japan

Alyne Delaney V

Socio-economic profile of a coastal community in Portugal: A case study of Fuseta

Christina Pita V

M.T. Dinis

P. Pintassilgo

Some impacts of remote electronic auctions on peripheral maritime areas - Is the clock ticking?

James Young V

Torbjorn Trondsen V

Understanding First Nations’ responses to aquaculture on Canada’s West Coast: Can E.P. Thompson help?

Brian Elliott V

Ralph Matthews

Justin Page

2 Globalisation and livelihoods

Johan Post X

Gendering the impact of globalisation on small-scale fisheries: Toward the development of a livelihoods approach

Holly Hapke V

1 Between the sea and the land: Local and external factors affecting the multiple livelihood activities of Caiçaras (Brazil)

Natalia Hanazaki V

Vivian Oliveira

Fabio de Castro V

Nivaldo Peroni

1 Livelihood strategies and missing enhancement of rural pluriactivity - Survival struggle of small-scale fisheries in the Finnish

Archipelago Sea

Timo Mäkinen V

Juhani Salmi

3 Responding to deteriorating economies and environments: The case of marine fisheries in the Mid-Gulf of California

Marcela Vásquez-León X

3 Challenges of rapid growth in Aquaculture

Roger Pullin V

Fishing for freedom: Understanding contract-farming conflicts in shrimp aqaculture in Lampung, Indonesia

Dedi Supriadi Adhuri V

The organisation of shrimp culture in Southwest Bangladesh: Incentives, impacts and prospects

João P.C. Guimarães V

3 Seeing aquaculture through local eyes - The case of Chilika Lagoon, India

Eial Dujovny X

2 Globalisation, Change, and Development in Maritime Areas

4 Property rights and multiple use conflicts in coastal zones I

Martin le Tissier V

A tool for deciphering user conflicts in the coastal zone

Martin le Tissier V

Jeremy Hills

Pirate fishing as a resource conflict in the Philippines

Orlando Dalisay V

The property rights infrastructure and the inland coastal zone conflicts in Southern Africa

Boipuso Nkwae V

2 Entanglements: Understanding conflicts and contradictions among fishers and whale advocates in the eastern United States

and Canada

Tora Johnson V

Sean Todd

5 Property rights and multiple use conflicts in coastal zones II

Leontine Visser V

Customary tenure system and property rights in the Pacific Island Economies

Jese Verebalavu-Faletoese V

Marine tourism in Japan: Potential and problems of multiple land-use around the Seto Inland Sea

Carolin Funck V

2 From conflict to co-operation between fisheries and tourism in the Caribbean

Jeannette Mateo V

Milton Haughton

2 The role of local people in the management of coastal areas: Fish farming and tourism development in the Bodrum

Peninsula, Turkey

Aysegul Cil Idikut V

6 Climatic change, global change, and people who live from the sea: Conflicts, threats, and opportunities

James McGoodwin V

1 Threats and opportunities for fishing communities in Iceland and indigenous south-west Alaska posed by climatic variability

and change

James McGoodwin V

2 Sustaining El Niño-induced scallop booms aquaculture: Livelihood transitions of artisanal fishing people in the Paracas

National Reserve, Peru

Sarah Keene Meltzoff X

Michael Lemons

3 Global warming and people who live from the sea: Conflicts, threats and opportunities

Meryl Williams V

Choo Poh-Sze

3 Maritime Governance and Resource Management I

1 Integrated Coastal Zone Management I

X

1 Ship breaking industry at Alang: Its impact and challenges

Rupa Abdi V

3 Stakeholder engagement in the sustainability of a port in an intensively used coastal zone

Bart De Wachter V

Dirk Le Roy

3 Stakeholder perceptions towards reducing nutrients in the North and Wadden Seas

Wietze Lise V

Alison Gilbert

Joyeeta Gupta

4 Participation in integrated coastal zone management: A challenge for sustainable development

Hanns J. Buchholz X

2 Integrated Coastal Zone Management II

X

Development of a barometer for sustainable coastal management of the Belgian coast

Bart De Wachter V

Kathy Belpaeme

Development opportunities for Polish seaside-areas

Marek Dutkowski V

People on stage - A visual problem appraisal of Kerala's Coast

Loes Witteveen V

B. Enserink V

A. Ramachandran

3 Integrated Coastal Zone Management III

John Kleinen V

Access to natural resources for whom?

John Kleinen V

2 A qualitative network for integrated coastal management of the Saldanha Bay and Langebaan Lagoon system, South

Jan Schrijvers V

4 Visions for the future: Women in integrated coastal zone management in Ghana – A case study of Ada-Foah

Elaine Tweneboah V

Christopher Gordon

4 Maritime policy analysis I

James Young V

Crisis? What crisis? A note on the astounding success of modern fisheries resource management

Petter Holm V

Bjørn Hersoug

Fairness and fisheries: A novel approach?

Melanie Power V

1 Behaviour and attitude toward fishery sustainability in Zhoushan, PRC: Perspectives of fishermen

Jiehua Lu X

Yuzhu Li

Jianxin Li

Guangzhou Wang

2 Fisheries policy learning: The interplay of information, institutions and interests

Betsi E. Beem V

3 Maritime Governance and Resource Management I

5 Maritime policy analysis II

Jef Huisman X

1 Study of the Iranian capture fisheries in the Southern Caspian Sea; Review and analysis

Hassan Ghadirnejad V

2 The Paq’tnkek Mi’kmaq and Kat

(American eel – Anguilla rostrata): A case study of cultural relations and revitalisation through treaty entitlement

Anthony Davis V

John Wagner V

Kerry Prosper

Mary Jane Paulette

3 Managing the French Nephrops fisheries in the Biscay Bay: Who really decides?

Sébastien Metz V

4 A window of opportunity for South Africa's marine subsistence fishers

Emma Witbooi V

6 Maritime policy analysis III: Property, community, and nation: From first principles to new opportunities for fisheries

policy Seth Macinko V

Property, community, and nation: Concepts, confusions, and opportunities — An overview

Seth Macinko V

2 Beyond property: Bringing rationality to fisheries policy

Daniel Bromley V

David Garber

3 Icelandic fisheries management: Fees vs. Quotas

Thorvaldur Gylfason V

Martin Weitzman

4 Maritime Governance and Resource Management II

1 Governance of fisheries and aquaculture

Stella Williams V

0 Introductory remarks

Stella Williams V

1 A governance perspective on fisheries and food security

Jan Kooiman V

2 Governing concerns

Poul Degnbol V

3 Governing as reordering the way of using of halieutical nature

Serge Collet V

2 EU fisheries management I

Svein Jentoft V

1 Sharing responsibilities in fisheries management: Analytical and Methodological Issues

Jan Willem van de Schans V

2 Sharing responsibilities in European Fisheries

Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen V

Geir Karlsen V

3 A vicious circle: The dynamics of rule-making in Norwegian fisheries

Knut Mikalsen V

Svein Jentoft V

3 EU fisheries management II

Svein Jentoft V

1 Devolution of responsibilities: Comparison between fisheries and agriculture management in France

Clotilde Bodiguel V

2 Devolution of responsibilities - A comparison between fisheries and environmental management in Denmark

Anne-Sofie Christensen V

3 Evaluating the division of responsibilities in European fisheries

Luc van Hoof V

Ellen Hoefnagel V

4 Marine turtles: The role of flagship species in interaction between people and the sea I

Jack Frazier V

0 Introductory remarks

Jack Frazier V

2 Marine turtles: Classic flagship species

Jack Frazier V

3 International co-operation in sea turtle protection: The exchange of experiences and expertise

Bernard Oosting V

4 Networking for learning within community-based marine turtle management and conservation projects

Michael Guilbeaux V

Charles Tambia

Cliff Marlessy

Tetha Hitipeuw

Irene Kinan V

Nelson Kile

Etika Rupeni

Pamela Seeto

Scott Atkinson

4 Maritime Governance and Resource Management II

5 Marine turtles: The role of flagship species in interaction between people and the sea II

Jack Frazier V

1 Turtle conservation and fisheries development in the Pacific: Different perspectives may create conflicts between the

developed and developing economies of the region

Irene Kinan V

Paul Dalzell

3 Conflicting views of sea turtles: How many do we need, how much are they worth?

Nat Frazer V

4 What have marine turtles done for people and the sea?

Jack Frazier V

5 Conservation of “caná” sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) through community participation: Cultural appropriation of a

conservation process at Acandi and Playona beaches, Urabá Gulf, Colombia

Claudio Madaune X

6 Consequences of mobility in African Fisheries: Implications for Management

Eyolf Jul-Larsen V

0 Introductory remarks

Eyolf Jul-Larsen V

2 Small scale fisheries as an employer of 'last resort'. Examples from Lake Kariba

Eyolf Jul-Larsen V

Isaac Malasha

3 The dynamics of fishing effort and the potential for regeneration of fish-stocks in small scale freshwater fisheries in Southern

Africa


Paul van Zwieten V

Jeppe Kolding

4 What is the need for management in southern African freshwater fisheries and what should be managed

Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen V

Eyolf Jul-Larsen V

Jeppe Kolding

Paul van Zwieten V

5 Maritime Governance and Resource Management III

1 Community-based management of coastal resources I

X

A comparison of the effects of co-management levels on decisionmaking, social influence, moral reasoning and legitimacy

Ida M. Siason V

1 Atoll-based management of inshore marine resources in the small island state of the Maldives – Will it work?

Faathin Hameed V

Mohamed Faiz

4 Self regulation and the anti-trust law in Dutch shrimp fishery; Does the anti-trust law hinders sustainable development?

Ellen Hoefnagel V

Jan Willem van de Schans V

Luc van Hoof V

2 Community-based management of coastal resources II

Ida M. Siason V

Lobster divers in Nicaragua’s Atlantic coast

María Luisa Acosta V

Run on the ‘red gold’ in Nicaragua’s lobster fishery

Iris Monnereau V

5 Commercialisation, culture and conservation: Challenges to marine resource management in the Eastern Cape, South

Zikho Fatman V

Robin Palmer

Herman Timmermans

3 Comparative analysis of fisheries co-management regimes in Southern Africa

Douglas Clyde Wilson V

Crossing scales: Co-management and the new management professionalism

Douglas Clyde Wilson V

Ten years after: An evaluation of the co-management arrangements in the inshore fishery of Lake Kariba

Alyne Delaney V

Isaac Malasha

The identification of simple indicators: Combining biology and sociology for practical management

Poul Degnbol V

The influence of the political economy of Zimbabwe on the management of kapenta fishery at lake Kariba

Jesper Raakjaer Nielsen V

Kefasi Nyikahadzoi

User organisation formulations in the artisanal fisheries in Malawi and their fluidity: Implications for decision making and

co-management

Mafaniso Hara V

4 Marine protected areas: Fishers, tourism and protected areas: The issues of user participation

Jose Pascual V

The social impacts of the Marine Reserve of La Graciosa (Canary Islands): Fishing versus tourism

Gloria E. Cabrera Socorro V

1 Reserved seas: Tourist, fishermen and marine protected areas in the Canary Islands

Jose Pascual V

2 Fishers perception of marines parks in Southern Europe: North of Sporades (Greece), Caps Creus (Spain), and Narbonnais

(France)

Katia Frangoudes V

5 Maritime Governance and Resource Management III

5 Marine protected areas: In a global comparative perspective

Jose Pascual V

Co-management of marine protected areas: Lessons from Brazils first Maritime Extractive Reserve

Patricia Pinto da Silva V

Marine protected areas: The Belgian legislation

An Cliquet V

6 Community-based management of coastal resources III

Charles Menzies V

1 Returning to selective fishing through indigenous fisheries knowledge: The example of Kumowdah, Tsimshian territory

Charles Menzies V

3 Creating new mental maps: Managing conflicting property rights in the marine environment

Boipuso Nkwae V

Michael Sutherland

Susan Nichols

3 Small boats versus big boats: Reconciling indigenous and scientific knowledge approaches to fisheries management and

development in Torres Strait, Northern Australia

Colin Scott V

Monica Mulrennan

6 Theory, Methodology, and History

1 Site visit to Scheepvaartmuseum: Explanation of an early 20th century herring vessel

X

Herringdrifter 'Balder'

Henk Dessens V

2 Multi-scale analysis of natural resource use in coastal communities I

Fabio de Castro V

Multi-scale analysis of coastal landscape change in the Ribeira valley (Atlantic forest, southern Brazil)

Fabio de Castro V

Andrea Siqueira

Eduardo Brondizio

Shifting scales of social action and shifting scales of social analysis in the context of the coastal fishery of Gujarat State

Derek Johnson V

2 Social transformation on Indonesia's coasts: Political economy and the re-organisation of livelihood practices among Sama

"sea people" in Eastern Indonesia

Jennifer Gaynor V

3 Whatever happened to Maritime Anthropology?

Rob van Ginkel V

A failed project amid promising prospects: Observations on the state of maritime anthropological research

Anthony Davis V

Changing courses: A comparative analysis of ethnographies of maritime communities in South Asia

Radhika Gupta V

Maritime Anthropology USA: Its florescence, diversification, and integration in the Post-War era

James McGoodwin V

Revisiting "The heuristic utility of maritime anthropology"

Bonnie J. McCay V

Whatever happened to maritime anthropology? The European experience

Rob van Ginkel V

4 Site visit to Scheepvaartmuseum: A history of Dutch whaling through material culture

X

A history of Dutch whaling as seen through material culture

Joost Schokkenbroek V

5 Whose values count (more)? - Accounting for competing values among coastal stakeholders

Ratana Chuenpagdee V

A decision choice model on selection of target species by small-scale fishers

Ratana Chuenpagdee V

Silvia Salas

Costs and benefits of coastal management in the Philippines

Roger Pullin V

Annabelle Cruz-Trinidad

Intergenerational discounting and the conservation of fisheries resources: A case study in Canadian Atlantic cod

Ussif Rashid Sumaila V

6 Theory, Methodology, and History

6 Property rights and multiple use conflicts: Historical use rights to maritime resources

Maarten Bavinck V

1 The tragedy of the commoners: The decline of the customary marine tenure system of Tonga

Thomas Malm V

4 Use and status of marine resources – A complex system of dependencies between man and nature; Case studies from

Tonga and Fiji, South Pacific

Mecki Kronen V

Pierre Labrosse

Eric Clua

5 Property as a social relation: Rights of “kindness” and the social organisation of lobster fishing among north-eastern Nova

Scotian Scottish Gaels

John Wagner V

Anthony Davis V

7 Poster Presentations

1 No Panels

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5 BSc in Coastal Zone Management, Van Hall Instituut



Marcel Roozen V


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