Problems and Prospects of Adaptive Co-management of Fishery and Coastal Resources in Phangnga Bay, Southern Thailand

Problems and Prospects of Adaptive Co-management of Fishery and Coastal Resources in Phangnga Bay, Southern Thailand

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This study employed qualitative, field study methods to examine the interactions of community, government and other stakeholders regarding fishery and coastal resources in Phangnga Bay in Southern Thailand. It focused on the period of the last 15 years during which coastal communities experienced a resource crisis, organized to demand government action, and developed networks for communication, learning and resource management. These steps, in concert with evolving government policy calling for devolution, created conditions favoring the adoption of ACM. The study examines the problems and responses of three Thai-Muslim villages which pursued various strategies of interaction with government and other stakeholders.This is in accord with what experts in this field have urged us to do on the basis of stakeholder analysis (Grimble and Chan, 1995; Grimble and Wellard, 1997; Allen and Kilvington, 2001) which is to identify suitable and worthy stakeholdersanbsp;...


Title:Problems and Prospects of Adaptive Co-management of Fishery and Coastal Resources in Phangnga Bay, Southern Thailand
Author: Nonglak Rojanasaeng
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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