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Bibliographic resources

  • Pondycan report on Coastal Stewardship Centre
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     Books 

    • Bavinck M. 1998. One sea three contenders: Legal pluralism in the inshore fisheries of the coromandel coast, Doctoral Thesis, University of Amsterdam. India. 267p.
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    • Gomez S. A sociological study of the Paravar fishermen of Tamil Nadu. Institute for Research in Society and Religion, Tuticorin, India.
    • Hornell, J. 1920. The origins and ethnological significance of Indian boat designs. Memories of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta 1920. Re- issued by South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies (SIFFS), Trivandrum. Innes, 1951. Madras District Gazetteers: Malabar, Vol. I, F.B. Evans (ed.). Madras: Government Press.
    • Kocherry T. 1998. Indian fisheries over 50 years. Books for Change, Bangalore, India. 50p.
    • Nayak N. 1993. Continuity and change in artisanal fishing communities. SIFFS and PCO, Trivandrum, Kerala. 93p.
    • Ram, K. 1991. Mukkuvar Women: Gender, hegemony, capitalist transformation in a South Indian fishing community. Kali for Women, New Delhi.
    • Raychaudhuri B. 1980. The moon and net. Anthropological Survey of India, India. 274p.
    • Roche, P.A. 1984. Fishermen of the Coromandel – A social study of the Paravas of the Coromandel. Manohar Publications.
    • Rosen K. 1988. Family life in a Kattumaram fishing village in Tamil Nadu, South India. Report from a minor field study for BOBP (Bay of Bengal Programme), Fisheries Development Series, No.33. National Swedish Board of Fisheries, Goeteborg, Sweden. 80p.
    • Salagrama V 2005. Traditional Community-Based Management Systems in Two Fishing Villages in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh in Stephen Cunningham and Tim Bostock (Eds.) "Successful Fisheries Management: Issues, Case Studies and Perspectives" (Eburon Academic Publishers, 2005).
    • Thurston, E. and Rangachari, K. 2001. Pattanavan – The fishermen on the East Coast. Excerpts on Pattanavars from castes and tribes of Southern India. Volume VI. Cosmo Publications, Delhi, pp 177-186, 1975.
    • Tietze U (Ed.). 1985. Artisanal Marine Fisherfolk of Orissa: Study of their Technology, Economic Status, Social Organization and Cognitive Patterns. Vidyapuri Publishers, Cuttack, India. 240p.

    Documents

    • Anugraham, D.D. 1940. The fisherfolk of Madras, an economic survey. Ph.D Dissertation. University of Madras, Madras.
    • CEC. 2006. Proposed ILO Standards for fishworkers: A handbook for trade unions. New Delhi, CEC. 2p.
    • Couthard, S. The interplay between fishing access and the ability to adapt: Insights from a South Indian fishery. Department of Economics and International Development, University of Bath, U.K.
    • Gomathy, N.B. 2006. The role of traditional Panchayats in coastal fishing communities in Tamil Nadu, with special reference to their role in mediating Tsumani relief and rehabilitation. Proceedings from the ICSF Post-Tsunami Rehabilitation Workshop.Download
    • Government of India. 2006. Report of the Working Group on Fisheries, for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012). New Delhi. Planning Commission. 2006. Download
    • Government of India. 2001. Recommendation for improvement of the living and working conditions of women workers in the fish processing industry. Report of the task force constituted by Ministry of Labour
    • Government of India. 1998. Report on the working and living conditions of workers in marine fishing industry in India. Ministry of Labour.
    • Kalavathy, M.H. 1985. Ethnical and Socio-Cultural Background of Marine Fishing Communities in Orissa. In U. Tietze, ed. Artisanal marine fisherfolk of Orissa. Cuttack, Vidyapuri. Download
    • Kurien.J.1985. Fishworkers in Kerala: Profile of conditions of labour and employment. Background note for Tripartite study group on fishworkers. Department of Labour, Ministry of Labour and Rehabilitation, Government of India.
    • Kurup, Suresh. et.al. 2005. Lok Sabha question: Ministry of Labour and Employment on Work in Fishing Convention. Government of India.
    • Mathew, Ansy.N.P. 2009. Marine fisheries conservation and management in India. United Nations-The Nippon Foundation Fellowship Programme. New York, Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (DOALOS), United Nations.
    • Mathew, Sebastian. 2006. Why India should support the proposed ILO work in fishing convention? Economic and Political Weekly. Issue No. 41. Volume No. 4. January 28-03 February 2006.
    • Mathew, Sebastian. 2005. Fishing for labour standards. The Economic Times.
    • Pramanik, S.K. 1996. Women dry fishworkers in Sundarban: A look into their working spirit and levels of involvement. Man in India. 115-126pp.
    • Saha.A. et.al. 206. Occupational injury proneness in Indian women: A survey of fish processing industries. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology. Volume 1. Issue 23. 9p.
    • Saha. N. et.al. Marine products exports and its impact on female employment: A case study from West Bengal. Gender and Trade. 4p.
    • Salagrama, V. 2003. Traditional community-based management systems (tcbms) in two fishing villages in East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Case Study for World Bank/SIFAR-funded project, "Study of Good Management Practice in Sustainable Fisheries". Submitted to IDDRA Ltd. U.K.
    • Salagrama, V. 2006. Trends in poverty and livelihoods in coastal fishing communities of Orissa State, India. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 490, FAO. Download
    • Samuel, G.J. 1998. The Mukkuvar: A fishing community, in Saraswati, B. 1998 (Ed.). Lifestyle and ecology. Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi. Download
    • Samuel. L. 2007. Women, work and fishing: An examination of the lives of fisherwomen in Kerala. South Asia Research, Volume 27. Issue 2: 205-227.
    • Sathyapalan J. et. al. 2008. Fishing fleet reduction and its livelihood implications: A case study of Palk Bay resource users in the East Coast of Tamil Nadu, India. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 76p.
    • Sathyapalan, J. and Johnson, D. 2005. Social Security in the Marine Fisheries Sector of Gujarat State, India. For IDPAD Project 5.2.11 - Co operation in the Context of Crisis: Public private management of marine fisheries in South Asia. MARE, University of Amsterdam
    • Shrimali, A and Socha, B. 2004. Fishing in dangerous waters. Labour File.Vol.2. Issue No.3. May 2004. Download
    • Scholtens, J. 2006. Fishermen in a Dire Strait – A study on the pressures faced by Rameshwaram trawler fishermen and the diverse scope of implications for the continuation of their livelihood. Institute for Interdisciplinary studies and C.M.Kan Institute, University of Amsterdam, October, 2006.
    • Vijayan, A.J., Nayak, N. et al. 2007. An expert consultation on coastal fisheries and area co-management in Veraval-Mangrol region of the Saurashtra Coast, August 2007. Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI), Protsahan Ahmedabad Consultation 2007, Protsahan.
    • Vivekanandan, V., Muralidharan, C.M. and Subba Rao, M., 1997. A Study of the Marine Fisheries of Andhra Pradesh Draft Report, December 1997 (Revised 2002), BILANCE, Netherlands. Vivekanandan,V. 2005. From the margins to centre stage – Consequences of Tsunami 2004 for the fisher folk of Tamil Nadu. Presented to the Planning Commission, 2005, New Delhi.

    Journal articles

    • Devraj.M and E.Vivekanandan. 1999. Marine capture fisheries of India: Challenges and opportunities. Current Science. Vol. 76. No.3. 10 February 1999. Download
    • Jana, B.B and Santana Jana. 2003. The potential and sustainability of aquaculture in India. Sustainable aquaculture: Global pespectives (Eds: B.B.Jana and Carl. D. Webster) Food Products Press. pp. 283-316.
    • Lobe, Kenton and Fikret Berkes. 2004. The padu system of community-based fisheries management: change and local institutional innovation in south India. Marine Policy (28). pp. 271-281.
    • Nayak, Ganeswar. 2008. The wisdom of 'tied logs': traditional boats of India's Orissa coast during the colonial era. Cultural Heritage. IIAS Newsletter No.47. 2008. Download
    • Salin, K.R, T.M. Yohannan and C. Mohanakumaran Nair. 2005. Fisheries and trade of seahorses, Hippocampus spp., in Southern India. Fisheries Management and Ecology. Volume 12. 269-273p.