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Fish on the Move Fishing Between Discourses and Borders in the Northern Adriatic

Series: MARE Publications Series Volume: 11
By: Nataša Rogelja(Author), Alenka Janko Spreizer(Author)
214 pages, 12 colour & 3 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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  • Fish on the Move ISBN: 9783319518954 Hardback Mar 2017 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Fish on the Move analyses the relation between different discourses and actors through an ethnographic approach, showing not only how fishermen in Slovenia respond to international political economy, how they struggle to survive but also how they generate small changes. Fishing in the northeastern part of the Adriatic Sea makes for a substantial economy anchored in many stories. Regional conflicts, wars, the demise of empires and the rise of nation states with ensuing maritime border issues, socialist heritage, transnational and transformational processes in Europe, and the growth of capitalist relations between production and consumption in coastal areas, have all contributed to the specific discourses that have affected this relatively under-researched area. How this complex, layered and ambiguous quarrelling is constituted at different levels and how this situation is lived and experienced by the local fishermen working along the present Slovene coast effectively forms the core of Fish on the Move.


An Introductory Stroll Along the Coastal Landscapes of Northeastern Adriatic

Part 1. Orientation: NE Adriatic
Chapter 1. The Field of Ethnological Study Between Borders and Discourses

Part 2. Transformation: Slovene Fishermen After the Separation from SFR Yugoslavia
Chapter 2. Fishing in Slovenia After 1991
Chapter 3. Conversations on the Pier

Part 3. Innovation: Uses of Authenticity in North-Eastern Adriatic Corner
Chapter 4. Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Coastal Tourism
Chapter 5. Fishing for Tourists
Chapter 6. How Authentic is Fishing Tourism in Slovenia?

Part 4. Management: Sustainable Development, Projects and Common Fisheries Policy
Chapter 7. Walk Along the Protected Areas and Navigation with Sustainable Fishermen
Chapter 8. "European Books are Too Big for Us"

Conclusion: Small Fish in a Big World

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Series: MARE Publications Series Volume: 11
By: Nataša Rogelja(Author), Alenka Janko Spreizer(Author)
214 pages, 12 colour & 3 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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