The contributors to this volume engaged in different ways with social wellbeing as an approach through which to investigate, identify and make visible a broad range of values associated with small-scale fisheries. In this concluding chapter, we highlight four themes that emerge from these contributions that are crucial for thinking about the diverse values of small-scale fisheries: (1) the broader context of transition; (2) integrating environmental considerations into wellbeing through co-construction and place; (3) recognizing the fertile, yet productively unsettled idea that value represents for small-scale fisheries, and; (4) putting into practice the social wellbeing approach to values that this volume develops. We point to connections between our approach and the FAO Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication.
|Title of host publication||Social Wellbeing and the Values of Small-scale Fisheries|
|Editors||Derek S. Johnson, Tim G. Acott, Natasha Stacey, Julie Urquhart|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
Acott, T. G., Johnson , D. S., Urquhart, J., & Stacey, N. E. T. (2018). Reflections on social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries: implications for research, policy and management. In D. S. Johnson, T. G. Acott, N. Stacey, & J. Urquhart (Eds.), Social Wellbeing and the Values of Small-scale Fisheries (Vol. 17, pp. 317-332). (MARE Publication; Vol. 17). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60750-4_14