Fisher participation in research: Dilemmas with the use of fisher knowledge

@inproceedings{Silver2005FisherPI,
  title={Fisher participation in research: Dilemmas with the use of fisher knowledge},
  author={Jennifer J. Silver and Lisa M. Campbell},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Fisher participation in fisheries research and management is common practice. However, more consideration must be given to the appropriateness of using participation in situations where changes to fishing policy are possible. This study evaluates fisher reactions to participation in a socioeconomic survey and reflects on some dilemmas with participation as a tool in fisheries management and research. Results highlight the perceived benefits and drawbacks of participating, and are based… CONTINUE READING

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