Fisheries Management: A new Challenge to Sociology
António Moniz ()
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As a Norwegian sociologist pointed out recently at the Encontro Internacional de Vilamoura on Fishing, “the fisheries management is the management of people, not fish" This statement may surprise many specialists, but it puts once again a series of questions and problems in their true place: society, social relationships, individuals. It is necessary to adopt a new attitude, a new type of intervention, a new vision, which may mean “community management”, a system of co-management, new models of business organisation and consumer behaviour. Towards this end, sociology can and should contribute with its analytical instruments, with its set of scientific reflections and controversies, to the enrichment of the knowledge about a complex reality in profound change, such as that of the socio-economic fisheries system.
Keywords: fisheries; business organisation; consumer behaviour; resources management; sociology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q32 O13 M12 E20 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1998-10, Revised 1998-09
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Published in Portuguese Fisheries 1998.DGPA(1998): pp. 274-279
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