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In seeking to answer the question ‘who should be included in fisheries co-management?’, a constructive critique of the existing co-management literature is provided by filling the gaps of Habermas’s deliberative theory of democracy with Dewey’s pragmatism. Three conditions for ensuring democratic co-management are extrapolated from the theories: actors’ authority over decision making (empowerment), actors’ diversity (membership), and the right to self-nomination (procedures for external inclusion). The theoretical insights developed are supported with two examples of co-management institutions for inshore fisheries in the UK: Scottish Inshore Fisheries Groups (IFGs) and English Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authorities (IFCAs).
- Procedural justice
- deliberative theories
- inshore fisheries institutions
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Ecologies and Identities: a socio-legal exploration of the Marine Protected Areas network in English seas
Pieraccini, M. & Prosser, T. A. W.
1/10/12 → 1/10/15