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SINCLAIR, Peter R., (ed.). A Question of Survival : The Fisheries and Newfoundland Society. (St. John's, Newfoundland) : Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, (1988). First Edition. Pp (5),vi-x,-254,(2) + 14 pages of b&w photos. Some tables in the text. 8vo, blue art-illustrated cardcovers, black lettering to spine.
Peter R. Sinclair (b. 1947).
ISER Social and Economic Papers No. 17.
This is a collective efforts of a number of researchers:
Rosemary E Ommer's "What's Wrong with Canadian Fish?" (pp.23-44);
Lawrence F. Felt's "On the Backs of Fish: Newfoundland and Iceland's Experiences with Fishery-Induced Capital Goods Production in the Twentieth Century";
Barrie Deas' "Ownership and Fleets Structure in the Inshore Fisheries of Newfoundland and Northeast Scotland";
Bonnie J. McCay's "Fish Guts, Hair Nets and Unemployment Stamps: Women and Work in Co-operative Fish Plants" (pp.105-131);
Barbara Neis' "Doin' Time on the Protest Line: Women's Political Culture, Politics and Collective Action in Outport Newfoundland";
Sinclair's "The State Encloses the Commons: Fisheries Management from the 200-Mile Limit to Factory Freezer Trawlers" (pp.157-177);
J. Douglas House's "Canadian Fisheries Policies and Troubled Newfoundland Communities"; and
Roger Carter's "Co-operatives in Rural Newfoundland and Labrador: An Alternative?".
With introduction and conclusion by Sinclair and references.
Vey good. 20.00
Title: A Question of Survival : The Fisheries and Newfoundland Society. First Edition
Publisher: Institute of Social and Economic Research, St. John's, Nfld., 1988, ISBN:0-919666-58-2: 1988
ISBN Number: 0919666582
ISBN Number 13: 9780919666580
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