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The veiled crew: an exploratory study of wives' reported and desired contributions to coastal fisheries enterprises in Northern Norway and Nova Scotia


Human Organization 51(4): 342-352
The veiled crew: an exploratory study of wives' reported and desired contributions to coastal fisheries enterprises in Northern Norway and Nova Scotia
This paper explores the fit between the reported and the desired contributions of wives to household small boat fishing enterprises. The research employed a double comparative design: (1) a regional comparison of fisheries- dependent households in North Norway and Nova Scotia, and (2) a dyadic gender comparison of the viewpoints of wives and husbands. The findings reveal several patterns.


Accession: 002530895

DOI: 10.17730/humo.51.4.50317x7522h1wm61



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