Feedlots of the Sea: Movement Frames and Activist Claims in the Protest over Salmon Farming in the Pacific Northwest

@article{Ladd2011FeedlotsOT,
  title={Feedlots of the Sea: Movement Frames and Activist Claims in the Protest over Salmon Farming in the Pacific Northwest},
  author={Anthony E. Ladd},
  journal={Humanity \& Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={343 - 375}
}
  • A. E. Ladd
  • Published 1 November 2011
  • Sociology
  • Humanity & Society
In the face of declining oceanic fisheries throughout the world, industrial aquaculture and corporate fish farming have become the fastest growing sector of the global food industry, accounting for nearly half of all the fish and shellfish consumed by humans today. Despite its contribution to food production, however, the rapid growth of aquaculture has launched an anti-fish farming movement composed of scientists, environmental NGOs, fishers, native peoples, and coastal residents who oppose… Expand
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