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The Resource Impact of management changes on the viability of Indigenous commercial fishers and the flow on effects to their communities : case study in New South Wales, Stephan Schnierer and Hayley Egan

Impact of management changes on the viability of Indigenous commercial fishers and the flow on effects to their communities : case study in New South Wales, Stephan Schnierer and Hayley Egan

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Impact of management changes on the viability of Indigenous commercial fishers and the flow on effects to their communities : case study in New South Wales
Title
Impact of management changes on the viability of Indigenous commercial fishers and the flow on effects to their communities
Title remainder
case study in New South Wales
Statement of responsibility
Stephan Schnierer and Hayley Egan
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Contributor
Author
Organizer
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AIAS
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Schnierer, Stephan
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (Australia)
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Fisheries
Label
Impact of management changes on the viability of Indigenous commercial fishers and the flow on effects to their communities : case study in New South Wales, Stephan Schnierer and Hayley Egan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Final report to the Fisheries Research Development Corporation"
  • "November 2012"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Methods -- Study sites : Indigenous research protocols and ethics approval -- Community engagement strategy -- Identification of project participants -- data collected -- Data collection instruments -- Analysing data -- Results : Background information -- Aboriginal people identified in New South Wales commercial fisheries sector -- Aboriginal commercial fisher annual catch -- Contribution of catch to Aboriginal communities -- Management fees and investment -- Engagement with management -- Issues identified by Aboriginal commercial fishers -- Individual and affinity mini-group interviews -- Discussion : Barriers and opporunities identified by Aboriginal commercial fishers -- Aboriginal commercial fisher annual catch and community contribution -- Cultural commercial fishing -- Disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal commercial fishers -- Why more difficult for Aboriginal commercial fishers to engage in this sector -- Two way exchange of information : Costs -- Benefits and adoption -- Further development -- Planned outcomes -- All project outputs against planned outcomes -- Conclusion -- Apendices : Intellectual property -- Report on community engagement for project no 2010/304 -- Press release -- Participant consent forms -- Quensionnaire -- DPI catch history consent form -- Affinity mini-group interview discussion guide -- Distribution of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal shares per endorsement in NSW Share Management Fisheries as of 2012 -- Summary of issues and recommendations identified in this study indicating whether these have been previously identified in other documents or are new to project 2010/304 -- Draft discussion paper -- List of tables and figures -- Acronyms
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
ii, 104 pages
Isbn
9780987442406
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations, charts
Label
Impact of management changes on the viability of Indigenous commercial fishers and the flow on effects to their communities : case study in New South Wales, Stephan Schnierer and Hayley Egan
Publication
Note
  • "Final report to the Fisheries Research Development Corporation"
  • "November 2012"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Methods -- Study sites : Indigenous research protocols and ethics approval -- Community engagement strategy -- Identification of project participants -- data collected -- Data collection instruments -- Analysing data -- Results : Background information -- Aboriginal people identified in New South Wales commercial fisheries sector -- Aboriginal commercial fisher annual catch -- Contribution of catch to Aboriginal communities -- Management fees and investment -- Engagement with management -- Issues identified by Aboriginal commercial fishers -- Individual and affinity mini-group interviews -- Discussion : Barriers and opporunities identified by Aboriginal commercial fishers -- Aboriginal commercial fisher annual catch and community contribution -- Cultural commercial fishing -- Disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal commercial fishers -- Why more difficult for Aboriginal commercial fishers to engage in this sector -- Two way exchange of information : Costs -- Benefits and adoption -- Further development -- Planned outcomes -- All project outputs against planned outcomes -- Conclusion -- Apendices : Intellectual property -- Report on community engagement for project no 2010/304 -- Press release -- Participant consent forms -- Quensionnaire -- DPI catch history consent form -- Affinity mini-group interview discussion guide -- Distribution of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal shares per endorsement in NSW Share Management Fisheries as of 2012 -- Summary of issues and recommendations identified in this study indicating whether these have been previously identified in other documents or are new to project 2010/304 -- Draft discussion paper -- List of tables and figures -- Acronyms
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
ii, 104 pages
Isbn
9780987442406
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations, charts

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