NAPA Bulletin

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Special Issue: Anthropology and Fisheries Management in the United States: Methodology for Research

September 2007

Volume 28, Issue 1

Pages 1–166

Currently known as: Annals of Anthropological Practice

  1. 13

    1. Top of page
    2. 13
    3. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management
    4. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities
    5. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities
    6. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities
    7. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities
    1. Anthropology and Fisheries Management in the United States (pages 1–13)

      Palma Ingles

      Version of Record online: 7 MAY 2008 | DOI: 10.1525/napa.2007.28.1.1

  2. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management

    1. Top of page
    2. 13
    3. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management
    4. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities
    5. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities
    6. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities
    7. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities
    1. Defining Fishing Communities: Issues in Theory and Practice (pages 27–42)

      Patricia M. Clay and Julia Olson

      Version of Record online: 7 MAY 2008 | DOI: 10.1525/napa.2007.28.1.27

  3. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities

    1. Top of page
    2. 13
    3. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management
    4. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities
    5. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities
    6. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities
    7. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities
  4. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities

    1. Top of page
    2. 13
    3. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management
    4. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities
    5. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities
    6. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities
    7. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities
  5. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities

    1. Top of page
    2. 13
    3. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management
    4. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities
    5. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities
    6. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities
    7. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities
  6. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities

    1. Top of page
    2. 13
    3. Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Social Science in Fisheries Management
    4. Part 2: Quantitative Methods for Identifying and Describing Fishing Communities
    5. Part 3: Surveys and Ethnographic Interviews for Data Collection in Fishing Communities
    6. Part 4: Applying Cultural Models to Fishing Communities
    7. Part 5: Participatory Methods Involving Fishing Communities
    1. Biosketches of Authors (pages 163–166)

      Version of Record online: 7 MAY 2008 | DOI: 10.1525/napa.2007.28.1.163

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