Researching People and the Sea

Methodologies and Traditions
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 15. Februar 2021
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  • XXIII, 352 Seiten
 
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In this unique edited collection, social scientists reflect upon and openly share insights gathered from researching people and the sea. Understanding how people use, relate to and interact with coastal and marine environments has never been more important, with social scientists having an increasingly vital contribution to make. Yet practical experiences in deploying social science approaches in this field are typically hidden away in field notes and unpublished doctoral manuscripts, with the opportunity for shared learning that comes from doing research often missed. There is a need for reflection on how social science knowledge is produced.
This collection presents experiences from the field, its necessary reflexivity and innovation in methods, and the challenges and opportunities of translating across disciplines and policy. It brings to light the tacit expertise needed to study people and the sea and offers lessons which readers could employ in their own research. With a focus on the future direction of marine social sciences, the volume is highly relevant to masters and doctoral students and more experienced researchers engaged in studying people and the sea, as well as policy makers, practitioners and scientists wishing to understand the social dimension of marine and coastal environments.
Chapters 2 and 3 are available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com.
1st ed. 2021
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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978-3-030-59601-9 (9783030596019)
10.1007/978-3-030-59601-9
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Madeleine Gustavsson is a researcher at Ruralis - Institute for Rural and Regional Research in Trondheim, Norway.

Carole White is a research fellow in the Global Environmental Justice Group at the University of East Anglia, UK, and a Senior Social Researcher at the UK Government Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs


Jeremy Phillipson is Professor of Rural Development at the Centre for Rural Economy at Newcastle University, UK.

Kristen Ounanian is an associate professor at Centre for Blue Governance at Aalborg University, Denmark.

Part I Introduction

1 Researching People and the Sea-Setting the Scene

Carole S. White, Madeleine Gustavsson, Jeremy Phillipson, and

Kristen Ounanian

Part II Experiences from the Field: Adapting Methods,

Practices and Reflexivity

2 Naked Methodology: Baring It All for a Realistic Account

of Marine Social Science

Kristen Ounanian

3 Attending to the Rhythms of the Sea, Place and Gendered

Cultures in Interviewing Fishers and Fishing Families

Madeleine Gustavsson

4 Towards an Ethic of Care Within Fisheries Social Research

Natalie Ross

5 Safety, Ethics and Trust: Reflecting on Methodological

Challenges in Fisheries Research

Hannah Chiswell, Julie Urquhart, Nick Lewis, Jasmine Black,

Paul Courtney, and Matt Reed

Part III Windows into Particular Methods: Innovations and

Traditions

6 Addressing Low Rates of Attendance Within Fisher Focus

Groups: Reflections from Inshore Fisheries Research in

England

Rebecca Korda, Tim Gray, Dot Kirk-Adams, and Selina Stead

7 Exploring the Relationship Between Local Ecological

Knowledge and Technology Through Participant

Observation Onboard Fishing Vessels

Jeremy Anbleyth-Evans

8 Ecosystems, Communities and Canoes: Using Photovoice

to Understand Relationships Among Coastal

Environments and Social Wellbeing

Ana Carolina Esteves Dias and Derek Armitage

9 Using Photographs in Coastal Research and Engagement:

Reflections on Two Case Studies

Merryn Thomas, Erin Roberts, Nick Pidgeon, and

Karen Henwood

10 Applications of Archival Sources and Historical

Methodologies in Interdisciplinary Coastal and Marine

Research

Alanna Casey

Part IV Translating Across Disciplines and Policy

11 Integrating Social and Ecological Research on the Impacts

of Offshore Wind Farms in North America

Talya ten Brink, Tracey Dalton, and Julia Livermore

12 Imagining the Coast: A Mixed Methods Approach to

Elicit Perceptions and Conflicts on the West Coast of

Ireland

Maria Pafi, Wesley Flannery, and Brendan Murtagh

13 Blending Environmental Humanities and Policy Studies:

A Narrative Analysis Approach to Hybrid Scholarship on

the Coast

Anna S. Antonova

14 Reflections on Methodological Tensions in Doing

Qualitative Research at the Science-Policy-Community

Interface

Ruth Brennan

Part V Conclusion

15 Discerning Expertise in Researching People and the Sea

Kristen Ounanian, Jeremy Phillipson, Madeleine Gustavsson,

and Carole S. White

Index



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