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Marine resource utilization : a conference on social science issues, 4-6 May, 1988, Mobile, Alabama : proceedings
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    1988
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Marine resource utilization : a conference on social science issues, 4-6 May, 1988, Mobile, Alabama : proceedings
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium ; National Sea Grant Program (U.S.) ; University of South Alabama, College of Arts and Sciences,
  • Description:
    "These are the papers presented at a conference entitled Marine Resource Utilization: Social Science Issues. The purpose of the conference was to bring together individuals who shared a common area of research, the utilization of marine resources; from a specific research perspective, the social sciences. Doing this allowed participants in the conference to be exposed to and explore the range of interests currently being pursued under the aegis of maritime social science research. The papers presented here represent a good sampling of the current macro and micro level issues which serve to define a social science approach to marine resource use. In this regard participants shared a diversity of theoretical and methodological approaches used to explicate specific issues. Part of the conference was also designed to provide a forum for participants to explore the variety of funding opportunities available to them for their research"--Introduction.

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    Funding: Sponsored by NOAA National Sea Grant College Program; grant number: NA85AA-D-SG005;
    Funding: Sponsored by Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, the University of South Alabama, and the University's Coastal Research and Development Institute.;
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