‘That's my livelihood, it's your fun’: The conflicting moral economies of commercial and recreational fishing

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Type: Journal Article
Year of publication: 2017
Date published: 08/2017
Authors: Noëlle Boucquey
Journal title: Journal of Rural Studies
Volume: 54
Pages: 138 - 150
ISSN: 07430167


•Examines moral economies of commercial and recreational fishers.

•Moral economy discourses stem from material interactions with fishery resources and historical development patterns.

•Fishers have divergent definitions of value, waste, and public resources.

•Fisher moral economies have the potential to be encoded in fisheries policies, affecting material access to resources.

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