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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


, : 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

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.

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Accession: 002530895

DOI: 10.17730/humo.51.4.50317x7522h1wm61

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