Whaling Futures: A Survey of Faroese and Vincentian Youth on the Topic of Artisanal Whaling

@article{Fielding2013WhalingFA,
  title={Whaling Futures: A Survey of Faroese and Vincentian Youth on the Topic of Artisanal Whaling},
  author={Russell Fielding},
  journal={Society \& Natural Resources},
  year={2013},
  volume={26},
  pages={810 - 826}
}
  • R. Fielding
  • Published 29 May 2013
  • History
  • Society & Natural Resources
This article presents the results of surveys with postsecondary students in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic and St. Vincent in the Caribbean on the topics of whaling and consumption of associated food products. Results are analyzed to predict future trends in whaling activities in both locations. Whaling faces both cultural and environmental challenges to its continuance. Perceptions and opinions of today's educated youth are arguably the best indicator of future trends in whaling… 
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