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Social stratification among the two fishing communities of the coastal areas of Chittagong

A. F. Imam Ali

Social stratification among the two fishing communities of the coastal areas of Chittagong

by A. F. Imam Ali

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Published by Dept. of Sociology, University of Chittagong in Chittagong .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Fishers -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementA.F. Imam Ali.
      ContributionsCommunity Development Centre (Chittagong, Bangladesh)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 90/62145 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination112, xxiv leaves
      Number of Pages112
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2007874M
      LC Control Number90906381

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC & TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH VOLUME 4, IS JANUARY ISSN 86 IJSTR© 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS Location Tegal City is located between ' - ' E and ' - ' S. Administratively, Tegal City borders the Java Sea inCited by: 2. Classes and Castes. Omani culture does not have a caste system, but it does operate in a hierarchy based on family connections (tribal ties), relative wealth, and religious education. At the top of the pyramid is the sultan and his immediate family, the Al-Sa'id. This is followed by a large tribal group, the Al-Bu Sa'id. Prior to the.

      The over exploitation in coastal areas has become very apparent. The Government of Vietnam has been attempting to reduce the fishing effort in coastal areas and promoting a development pro-gram for offshore fisheries. Together with the development of fisheries, the infrastructure, fishing techniques and catches have increased as shown in Table by: changed the social system of fishing community including social structural system and society institutions. It also included the livelihood of coastal fishing community that generally relies heavily on marine resources. The main focuses of problem in this .

      Coastal areas provide a wealth of resources and represent the most developed spaces worldwide. As pressures on these resources increase, managers and policymakers require understanding that facilitates comprehensive valuation of ecosystem services, including social–ecological dynamics and the coupling of social and natural systems. Adoption of ecosystem management Cited by: 7. This study analyzed poverty status of forest dwellers in coastal communities of Ondo State, Nigeria. Ten communities were randomly selected in the coastal region of Ondo State. In the two local government areas that were selected, two sets of structured questionnaires were administered to ten randomly selected respondents in each of the.


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Social stratification among the two fishing communities of the coastal areas of Chittagong by A. F. Imam Ali Download PDF EPUB FB2

Social stratification in fishing participation in the United States: A multiple hierarchy stratification perspective Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Leisure Research 48(3) April. the social, political, cultural and economic spheres of life. “Social capital”, which is the glue that held together the traditional fishing communities and provided some sort of social security to the vulnerable groups (the aged, widows), has become much weakened.

Technical and socio-economic characteristics of small-scale coastal fishing communities, and opportunities for poverty alleviation and financial services and social protection schemes. It also gives due attention to the role of women and gender equality in there is still a need for empirical studies in the following areas, among others: File Size: 2MB.

The coastal and marine fishing communities have their distinct social, cultural governance structures and traditional practices, depending on the coast and area they inhabit. The study found that each fishing caste tries to claim superiority over the other on some grounds, say rituals and other social practices.

It is. Fishing is among the most popular forms of wildlife-dependent recreation in the United States. The National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation reported that million U.S.

residents 16 years of age and older went. In addition to mangrove plantation, some non-mangrove plantation and strip plantations have also been established in coastal areas. Coastal afforestation was started in Coastal Forest Division, Chittagong since Till now, a total of 52, ha mangrove, ha of non-mangrove, km of Strip and ha.

bamboo and cane. Fishermen Community in the Coastal Area: A Note from Indonesian Poor Family The structural poverty of fishing communities in social groups due to their dependence on the structure of the fishing season and potential fishery resources that are shared (common property); and the nature of open access to the sea causes the occurrence of Cited by: 5.

comparison to the rest of the country. Among the occupational groups, the incidence of poverty is the highest among agriculture laborers. Their wages are low. Migration to Big Cities from Coastal Villages of Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis.

G lob al Journal of Human Social Science Volume XIII Issue V Version I Y ea r. 2 3 BCited by: 1. Introduction. Seagrass is one of the most important components of tropical coastal ecosystems, besides mangroves and coral reefs (de la Torre-Castro, ), and has wide global distribution (den Hartog, ).Compared with mangroves and coral reefs, the seagrass ecosystem has perhaps received less scholarly attention, yet this ecosystem has much potential benefit and Cited by: 3.

Fishing communities constantly change and adapt to modifications in their environment, which are reflected by changes in variables related to fishery. However, the impact of these quickly changing fishery patterns on social dynamics of artisanal fishing communities in the Western Indian Ocean has been poorly investigated.

This article looks at how communities have been affected by Cited by: 3. Coastal Area of Chittagong, Bangladesh K. ISLAM* and M. HOSSAINt *Institute of Forestry and tlnstitute of Marine Sciences, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh Ship scrapping activities pollute the soil and sea water environment in the coastal area of Foujderhat to Kumira of Chittagong District, Bangladesh mainly through the.

Using SocMon in coastal communities worldwide Mon, 04 Apr From remote fishing villages and islands to mass tourism destination areas, the Global Socio-economic Monitoring for Coastal Management (SocMon) initiative () has been actively collecting data and information on human use and dependence on coastal ecosystems since Measuring Resilience of Two Coastal Fishing Communities of Bangladesh Presenter Author Name: Manjurul Islam MS, Department of Oceanography, University of Dhaka 1 Other two Author Professor Kawser Ahmed Chairman, Department of Oceanography, University of Dhaka.

Monirul Islam Associate Professor, Department of Fisheries, University of Dhaka. The tides in t he coastal and estuarine areas are semi-diurnal with two high and two low periods per day and have maximum amp litude o f 3- 4 m at spring t ide [17].

The tidal activity is a n. CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN OPEN-WATER FISHERIES: IMPACTS ON TRADITIONAL ‘WATER-SLAVE’ FISHING COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHEASTERN BANGLADESH RANAJIT DASTIDAR (B.A. (Honours in Economics), CHITTAGONG UNIVERSITY) A THESIS SUBMITTED FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF.

Marketing and Value Chain Analysis of Mud Crab (Scylla sp.) in the Coastal Communities of Bangladesh Prof. Dr Mohammed Zafar Institute of Marine Sciences, Chittagong University Chittagong, Bangladesh Dr M.

Nazmul Ahsan Associate Professor, Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline Khulna University, Khulna, BangladeshFile Size: KB. fishing operations and communities, by reducing the actual area available for fishing, by cutting down the number of fishing days as well by curtailing access to fishing grounds.

The social consequences—both direct and indirect—of the implementation of turtle protection measures on Orissa's fishing communities are many. Due to the nature of the fishing effort is strongly influenced by factors such as environment, season and market, then the characteristics of coastal communities are also affected by these factors.

Fishing community is very sensitive to price. Changes in fishery product prices greatly affected the socioeconomic conditions of fishing by: 1. Impact of climate change and aquatic salinization on fish habitats and poor communities in southwest coastal Bangladesh and Bangladesh Sundarbans (English) Abstract Fisheries constitute an important source of livelihoods for tens of thousands of poor people in the southwest coastal region of Bangladesh living near the UNESCO Heritage Sundarbans Cited by: 5.

The Sustainable Livelihood Aspirations of Fishing Communities of Two Inland Fishing Villages – Muhamma and Thanneermukkom Using the SL Analysis Department of Applied Economics Later on the prospects of clam shell collection and processing gave way for the Ezhava community to enter the field of fishing.

STUDY ON THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF ILLEGAL FISHING IN THE CASPIAN SEA Contract No. ENV-PS, UNDP Project RER/98/G32, TRAFFIC Europe – April 4 Due to limited funds and time, the study was restricted to three of the five Caspian range States and to one or two survey sites in coastal and riparian communities per country.4.

The coastal communities highly dependent on other parties, either individually or in groups within a network system, good fishing, and the fish auction services to the owners of capital.

5. The coastal communities urgently need empowerment programs that can remove snares coastal communities of life that is very sharp and : Nurlina, Ramli, Murni Daulay, Rujiman.This publication consists of case studies describing how socioeconomic and demographic concerns are addressed in integrated coastal zone and communitybased fisheries management in selected Caribbean countries Belize, Dominica, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and the Turks and Caicos Islands.