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A Monograph Study of Offshore Fishing and Social Change in Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford
Collier, P
This sociological study was financed by The Marine Institute following the presentation of a preliminary paper entitled 'Irish Offshore Share Fishermen - transposing artisan convention into commercial control' by Peter Collier Ph.D. This paper offered a theoretical framework for probing topics of change regarding offshore fishing convention and control techniques used by vessel owners in the Republic of Ireland. The study aims to present and interpret evidence dealing with human resources and offshore fishing in the Kilmore Quay local authority port, Co. Wexford. This evidence was collected over a two month period, August-September, 2000. The study concentrates on the profile of offshore fishermen and conditions of change related to increasing spans of control over the cumulative Kilmore fishing effort. The study is local in its framing plane. A general review of the status of Irish offshore crewmen is taken into consideration at the concluding stage of this report.
Keyword(s): Marine Resource Series
Publication Date:
2001
Type: Other
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Language(s): English
Institution: Marine Institute
Citation(s): Collier, P., "A Monograph Study of Offshore Fishing and Social Change in Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford", Marine Resource Series, Marine Institute 2001
Publisher(s): Marine Institute
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