Introduction: Social and cultural impacts of marine fisheries

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Urquhart, Julie; Acott, Tim; Zhao, Minghua;

The livelihoods and way of life of fishing communities globally are increasingly threatened as they struggle to cope with dwindling fish stocks and an increasing regulatory regime. However, the social and cultural aspects of marine fisheries are often overlooked in fish... View more
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