North Atlantic maritime cultures : anthropological essays on changing adaptations / editor, Raoul Andersen.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences
Other Authors: Andersen, Raoul.
Format: Book
Published: The Hague ; New York : Mouton, ©1979.
Series:World anthropology.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : North Atlantic maritime peoples in transition / Raoul Andersen
  • Socioeconomic change in the Faroes / Anthony Jackson
  • "Modernization" on the North Atlantic Coast : the transformation of a traditional Newfoundland fishing village / Gerald Britan
  • Marine ecotypes in preindustrial Sweden : a comparative discussion of Swedish peasant fishermen / Orvar Löfgren
  • Development of local and regional forms of political organization on the Gulf of St. Lawrence / Paul Charest
  • Adaptation to changes in technology and government policy : a Newfoundland example (Cat Harbour) / Ellen Antler and James Faris
  • "Fish is scarce" : fisheries modernization on Fogo Island, Newfoundland / Bonnie J. McCay
  • Labor recruitment and the family crew in Newfoundland / Geoffrey Stiles
  • Innovative enterprise and social change : a case study of resource control and social transactions in a Quebec maritime community / William H. Heaney
  • Work together, eat together : conflict and conflict management in a Portuguese fishing village / Twig Johnson
  • Variations in traditional inshore fishing rights in Maine lobstering communities / James M. Acheson
  • Play by the rules or don't play at all : space division and resource allocation in a rural Newfoundland fishing community / Kent O. Martin
  • Public and private access management in Newfoundland fishing / Raoul Andersen.