Selling the Sea: A study of conflict over marine tenure in Kei Islands, Eastern Indonesia
By analysing various conflicts, this book discusses the social, political, economic and legal attributes that are attached to the practice of traditional (communal) marine tenure. Selling the Sea pushes the discourse beyond the conventional approach which looks at marine tenure only as a means of resource management, and offers a more comprehensive understanding of what marine tenure is. For those working in the areas of marine resource management and fisheries, this book is a critical but also complementary reading to the conventional discourse on the issue.
Keywordstraditional resources; resource management; Chinese fishing nets; Customary law; Dullah; Kai Islands; Muslims; Netherlands; Tual; Maluku; Village
Publication date and placeCanberra, 2013
Fisheries & related industries