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Coastal Governance

Creating space for fishermen’s livelihoods: Anlo-Ewe beach seine fishermen’s negotiations for livelihood space within multiple governance structures in Ghana


This PhD thesis provides a detailed empirical description and analysis of the Anlo-Ewe beach seine fishery in Ghana. The Anlo-Ewe fishermen operate in a context of declining catches affecting their livelihoods. The study shows how the Anlo-Ewe beach seine fishermen actively negotiate livelihood space in a context of multiple governance structures – including state and non-state authorities and agencies – and migration

 

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Name of Author(s):
Kraan, M. L
Institutional Affiliation:

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG); Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

Type of Publication:
PhD Thesis
Name of Publisher or Journal:
Leiden: African Studies Centre: African Studies Collection vol. 19
Date of Publication:
2009
Number of Pages:
360