Dr Madeleine Gustavsson
Dr Madeleine Gustavsson
Ruralis - Institute for Rural and Regional Research
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Procedural and distributive justice in a community-based managed marine protected area in Zanzibar, Tanzania
M Gustavsson, L Lindström, NS Jiddawi, M de la Torre-Castro
Marine Policy 46, 91-100, 2014
Women, capitals and fishing lives: exploring gendered dynamics in the Llŷn Peninsula small-scale fishery (Wales, UK)
M Gustavsson, M Riley
Maritime Studies 17 (2), 223-231, 2018
Exploring the socio-cultural contexts of fishers and fishing: developing the concept of the ‘good fisher’
M Gustavsson, M Riley, K Morrissey, AJ Plater
Journal of Rural Studies 50, 104-116, 2017
Women's changing productive practices, gender relations and identities in fishing through a critical feminisation perspective
M Gustavsson
Journal of Rural Studies 78, 36-46, 2020
The fishing lifecourse: exploring the importance of social contexts, capitals and (more than) fishing identities
M Gustavsson, M Riley
Sociologia Ruralis 58 (3), 562-582, 2018
(R)evolving masculinities in times of change amongst small-scale fishers in North Wales
M Gustavsson, M Riley
Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 27 (2), 196-217, 2020
Gender and Blue Justice in small-scale fisheries governance
M Gustavsson, K Frangoudes, L Lindström, MC Álvarez, ...
Marine Policy 133, 104743, 2021
Examining the ‘cultural sustainability’ of two different ways of governing fishing practices
M Gustavsson
Marine Policy 97, 262-269, 2018
A typology of different perspectives on the spatial economic impacts of Marine Spatial Planning
M Gustavsson, K Morrissey
Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 21 (6), 841-853, 2019
The varying economic impacts of Marine Spatial Planning across different geographical scales: a Q methodology study
M Gustavsson, K Morrissey
Towards Coastal Resilience and Sustainability, Chapter 15, 2019
The invisible (woman) entrepreneur? Shifting the discourse from fisheries diversification to entrepreneurship
M Gustavsson
Sociologia Ruralis 61 (4), 743-758, 2021
Women’s belongings in UK fisheries
M Gustavsson
Gender Place and Culture, 2022
Examining the socio-cultural context of fishing lives on the Llŷn Peninsula, UK
M Gustavsson
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2016
Recognizing Women’s Wellbeing and Contribution to Social Resilience in Fisheries
L Szaboova, M Gustavsson, R Turner
Society & Natural Resources, 2022
Discerning expertise in researching people and the sea
K Ounanian, J Phillipson, M Gustavsson, C White
Researching people and the sea: methodologies and traditions, 325-338, 2021
Researching People and the Sea – Setting the Scene
C White, M Gustavsson, J Phillipson, K Ounanian
Researching people and the sea: methodologies and traditions, 3-19, 2021
Attending to the rhythms of the sea, place and gendered cultures in interviewing fishers and fishing families
M Gustavsson
Researching People and the Sea: methodologies and traditions, 47-70, 2021
Researching People and the Sea: Methodologies and Traditions
M Gustavsson, C White, J Phillipson, K Ounanian
Voices from the Industry: Policy brief. The Women in Fisheries project
M Gustavsson …, 2020
Revive, Renew and Re-launch! AKTEA, the European Network of Women in Fisheries and Aquaculture, meets to revitalize the network to face current challenges
K Frangoudes, R Brennan, A Said, M Gustavsson
Yemaya Newsletter on Gender and Fisheries, 16-18, 2020
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