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by Milton M.R. Freeman,Tomoya Akimichi,Pamela J. Asquith,Harumi Befu,Theodore C. Bestor,Stephen R. Braund,Helen Hardacre,Masami Iwasaki,Arne Kalland,Lenore Manderson,Brian D. Moeran,Junichi Takahashi

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Author: Milton M.R. Freeman,Tomoya Akimichi,Pamela J. Asquith,Harumi Befu,Theodore C. Bestor,Stephen R. Braund,Helen Hardacre,Masami Iwasaki,Arne Kalland,Lenore Manderson,Brian D. Moeran,Junichi Takahashi
ISBN: 0919058752
Language: English
Pages: 122 pages
Category: Nature & Ecology
Publisher: CCI Press; UK ed. edition (January 1, 1988)
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Treats in considerable detail, the entire history of whaling in Japan and the nature of contemporary coastal whale fishery. It provides a useful context for a wide range of topics which include: the organization of small-type coastal whaling, the commercial and non-commercial distribution of whale meat, the importance of whales as a source of food, social integration, and whaling culture. 118+ million publications. Content uploaded by Milton M. R. Freeman.

Brian Moeran Small-type Coastal Whaling in Japan: Report of an International Workshop.

1. Whales, Whaling and Japan 2. Japanese Whaling Communities 3. Portraits 4. The History of Japanese Whaling 5. Work Organization of Whaling 6. Recruitment and Career Patterns 7. Local Whaling Culture 8. Whaling Culture and Whaling Companies 9. The Impacts of the Moratorium Appendices. Small-type Coastal Whaling in Japan: Report of an International Workshop.

Small-type Coastal Whaling in Japan: Report of an. .Treats in considerable detail, the entire history of whaling in Japan and the nature of contemporary coastal whale fishery.

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Small-Type Coastal Whaling in Japan. View all. Milton M. University of the Witwatersrand. But net whaling ended in Taiji in 1878, when 111 members of a whaling team died in a storm. Reference: The merging of archaeological evidence and marine turtle ecology: A case study approach to the importance of including archaeological data in marine science.

A joint publication of Japan Social Sciences Association of Canada, Fund to Promote International Educational Exchange, and Boreal Institute for Northern Studies. Includes chapters on the history of whaling in Japan, uses of whale meat and social integration and whaling culture. Appendices include Japanese and English names for several whale species, whale meat in Japanese A joint publication of Japan Social Sciences Association of Canada, Fund to Promote International Educational Exchange, and Boreal Institute for Northern Studies

ISBN 9780919058750 (978-19058-75-0) Softcover, CCI Press, 1988. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site

Arne Kalland and Brian Moeran, Japanese Whaling: End of an Era? . Small coastal whaling firms have been hunting whale species that are not subject to the IWC’s ban on commercial whaling (.

Arne Kalland and Brian Moeran, Japanese Whaling: End of an Era? (London: Curzon Press, 1992); Friedheim, Introduction. to/whale/icr camp kalland. 42. Kazuo Sumi, The ‘Whale War’ between Japan and the United States: Problems and Prospects, Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 17, 2 (1989): 317–372. Baird’s beaked, pilot whales, Dall’s porpoises).

The International Whaling Commission (IWC) is an international body set up by the terms of the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling (ICRW), which was signed in Washington, .

Treats in considerable detail, the entire history of whaling in Japan and the nature of contemporary coastal whale fishery. It provides a useful context for a wide range of topics which include: the organization of small-type coastal whaling, the commercial and non-commercial distribution of whale meat, the importance of whales as a source of food, social integration, and whaling culture.