Author Package-Ward, Christina
Article Title Utilizing Oral Histories to Understand the Social Networks of Oregon Fishermen in Alaska
Full text http://sfaajournals.net/doi/pdf/10.17730/humo.73.3.x01174800236738l
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Source Human organization vol. 73, no. 3 (Autumn 2014), p.277-288 :ill
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Journal Title Human organization
Copy vol. 73, no. 3 (Autumn 2014), p.277-288 :ill
ISSN 0018-7259
Co author Himes-Cornell, Amber
Brief substance Many commercial fishermen from the Newport, Oregon area began fishing in Alaska during the historical fishing boom times of the 1960s to 1980s. Since then, they have continued to be involved in fishing in Alaska. Many of these individuals began fishing in Alaska because of their connections, opportunity, adventure, and money. Drawing on oral histories, this study examines the ways in which this network of fishermen allowed them to become established in a new region. The article explores how connections through this social network draw parallels with traditional ethnic enclaves and facilitate their capacity to adapt to declining resources in one region through transferring fishing effort to another
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Full text http://sfaajournals.net/doi/pdf/10.17730/humo.73.3.x01174800236738l

 
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