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Fishermen No More? Livelihood and Environment in Southern Thai Ma

Fishermen No More? Livelihood and Environment in Southern Thai Maritime Villages - Olli-Pekka Ruohoma¨ki

Bangkok: White Lotus Press, 1999, Paperback.
Condition: Good. Heavily faded at the spine, a decent copy otherwise.

Number 8 in the series. Includes: Colour photographs; Maps; Tables; References; Glossary; Appendices [8];

From the cover: “Fishermen No More? Livelihood and Environment in Southern Thai Maritime Villages is an ethnographic account of the social and economic transformation of coastal villages in Phangnga Bay, Southern Thailand. The Andaman Sea region of Southern Thailand has been involved in the rapid transformation of the regional economy for over a decade and the repercussions of this transformation are very visible in the coastal villages of Phangnga Bay. Part of this transformation has meant that fishing is no longer the sole source of income for village households, but that a host of other activities compete with fishing and provide better opportunities for individuals who are prepared to engage in new activities. The changes in the source and patterns of livelihood that are taking place in Phangnga Bay villages are a graphic, at times almost grotesque, illustration of a social process occurring throughout the Southern Thai coast.”


Size: 8¼" x 5¾". In the Studies in Contemporary Thailand series. [XIV] 287 pages.
£23.30
Fishermen No More? Livelihood and Environment in Southern Thai Ma