Shio Segi
Shio Segi
Konan Women's University
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Social complexity, ethnography and coastal resource management in the Philippines
M Fabinyi, M Knudsen, S Segi
Coastal Management 38 (6), 617-632, 2010
Protecting or pilfering? Neoliberal conservationist marine protected areas in the experience of coastal Granada, the Philippines
S Segi
Human ecology 42 (4), 565-575, 2014
The making of environmental subjectivity in managing marine protected areas: a case study from Southeast Cebu
S Segi
Human Organization, 336-346, 2013
The coexistence of whaling and whale watching in a traditional whaling region: The case of Taiji, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan
S Segi
SPC Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information …, 2003
The management of inshore marine recreational fishing in Japan
K Ruddle, S Segi
Coastal Management 34 (1), 87-110, 2006
“Losing at Sea, Winning on Land”: A Case Study of Philippine Small-Scale and Industrial Fisher Resource Competition
S Segi
Society & Natural Resources 27 (12), 1227-1241, 2014
Pinning our hope on the seas': conservation, resource depletion and livelihood in a Philippine fishing village
S Segi
The Australian National University, 2011
Fermented Fish Products in East Asia: IRMI Research Study 1, Kenneth Ruddle, Naomichi Ishige, International Resources Management Institute, Hong Kong (2005)
S Segi
Trends in Food Science & Technology 17 (11), 626, 2006
La coexistence de la chasse et de l’observation de baleines dans une région de chasse traditionnelle: le cas de Taiji, préfecture de Wakayama (Japon)
S Segi
Traditions, 21, 2003
Changes in stakeholder discourses concerning MPAs–An Example from the Central Visayan Region, Philippines
S Segi
K Kikiloi, M Smaalders, S Segi
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