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Despite concerns over the past decade regarding the decline of Pacific inshore fisheries and the lack of attention to the fishing activities of women in the region, data on both topics remains rare or superficial. Research is often directed towards those fisheries which earn foreign currency and pro...
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Research on Pacific Islands has revealed the pivotal involvement of women in all aspects of fisheries, from harvesting through processing to marketing. Women are not 'just gleaning'; they are making essential contributions to local food security and in many cases, also enabling the commercial fishin...
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In recent decades there has been significant pressure on rural Vanuatu to join the cash economy. Communal sharing of resources has shifted to individual harvesting of marine resources for commercial gain, affecting gender roles, technologies used and fish stocks. The history of change in subsistence...
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This thesis brings together the study of islands, anthropology, and postcolonialism; it discusses (1) how global assemblages, such as colonial interactions and neoliberal economies influence individual well-being and local health care ontologies as practice on islands, and (2) the space and place of...
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