In this book, the author explores the institutional dynamics that manifest in the sustainable management of inland fishery resources in the state of Kerala, India. Specifically, this book analyses the social interfaces that emerge in the context of modernised forms of fisheries governance and culturally/traditionally rooted resource management practices. This study demonstrates that sustainability as a process is never linear in nature, and institutions involved in resource management appear, disappear, and re-emerge at different time-space dimensions.This study also demonstrates how the experiences and perspectives of multiple actors involved in riverine fisheries management merge through the processes of co- operation, accommodation or conflict to generate newly emergent forms of organisation, practices and understanding. This book is a significant addition to the existing debates on the governance and sustainability of common pool resources.
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Culture, Formal Institutions and Sustainable Fisheries
A Study among the Riverine Fishing Communities in India
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