Administration and Conflict Management in Japanese Coastal Fisheries
Japanese coastal fishermen have legally-guaranteed equitable access to and "ownership" of the living aquatic resources of coastal waters, through an elaborate fisheries rights system. The introducing reviews selected aspects of the general behavioural context, whitin which the administration of Japanese fisheries and the resolution of conflicts should be viewed. Since the degree of continuity whit traditional management practises is an outstanding characteristic. Chapter 1 describes and provides examples of the historical antecedents of the present situation. Present day formal administration is described in Chapter 2.
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