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New Materialist Approaches to Fisheries

The Birth of “Bycatch”

Lauren Drakopulos

between land-based societies. Post-structuralist thought brought about a re-narration of ocean space yet shackled the oceanic to spatial metaphor, a “signifier for a world of shifting, fragmented identities, mobilities and connections” ( Steinberg 2013

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Attila Tóth, Barbora Duží, Jan Vávra, Ján Supuka, Mária Bihuňová, Denisa Halajová, Stanislav Martinát, and Eva Nováková

the national gardeners’ unions, their local, district, and regional branches, and users/gardeners). Historical Development of Allotment Gardening in the Czech Republic and Slovakia This section elaborates on the genesis and historical development of

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Decoupling Seascapes

An Anthropology of Marine Stock Enhancement Science in Japan

Shingo Hamada

Maritime Anthropology: Beyond “Coupled” Systems Commonly known as hatcheries, the development of stock enhancement as a form of fishery policy reflects the postwar national fetishism of economic growth and a modernist ideology of nature, which

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Marian Simon-Rojo, Inés Morales Bernardos, and Jon Sanz Landaluze

organizations and movements have emerged. The latter share a common vision that the origins of their problems lie beyond national borders ( Sevilla Guzmán et al. 1996 ; Sevilla Guzmán and Woodgate 2013 ; Holt-Giménez and Shattuck 2011 ; McMichael 2000 , 2005

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Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

The Social Worlds of Wheat

Jessica Barnes

of yield, risk, and profits. Finally, I look at wheat as a grain, following the wheat through the hands of storage operators, traders, grain companies, and national governments, and along flows mediated by analyses of volume, grade, and price. I

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Zuzana Hrdličková

disaster managers in India. The field of disaster management has rapidly expanded in the past three decades as the minimization of human losses due to natural disasters has become a focus of global and national policies. 1 It has commonalities with

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Sarah Besky and Jonathan Padwe

intensification of globalized connection, the destabilization of national orders of things, and new emphases on multi-sited arrangements of power and belonging, social theorists have increasingly sought conceptualizations of territory attuned to contemporary

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Overconsumption as Ideology

Implications for Addressing Global Climate Change

Diana Stuart, Ryan Gunderson, and Brian Petersen

authors, such as Stephen Leahy (2018) in National Geographic , acknowledged this, arguing that reducing material consumption would reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This is rational given the evidence showing how the production of material goods

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Eugene N. Anderson, Jodie Asselin, Jessica diCarlo, Ritwick Ghosh, Michelle Hak Hepburn, Allison Koch, and Lindsay Vogt

qualities of the wetland—notably its wildlife and its rice agriculture. She is also aware of needs for economic development. She places her work in a context of European efforts to save heritage farming systems as part of national parks. Her book is an

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Zoe Bray and Christian Thauer

, constituted by human interaction, and have, at a minimum, three dimensions: a functional (for example, a certain issue area or problem), historical (political spaces may open at one time and close at another), and territorial (in the sense of local, national