Kate Barclay
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Psychosocial costs of transferring indigenous women from their community for birth
M Chamberlain, K Barclay
Midwifery 16 (2), 116-122, 2000
1112000
‘It׳ s part of me’; understanding the values, images and principles of coastal users and their influence on the social acceptability of MPAs
M Voyer, N Gollan, K Barclay, W Gladstone
Marine Policy 52, 93-102, 2015
712015
Capturing the Wealth From Tuna: case stude's from the Pacific
K Barclay, I Cartwright
ANU Press, 2008
69*2008
Governance of tuna industries: the key to economic viability and sustainability in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean
K Barclay, I Cartwright
Marine Policy 31 (3), 348-358, 2007
622007
Connections or conflict? A social and economic analysis of the interconnections between the professional fishing industry, recreational fishing and marine tourism in coastal†…
M Voyer, K Barclay, A McIlgorm, N Mazur
Marine Policy 76, 114-121, 2017
502017
The importance of qualitative social research for effective fisheries management
K Barclay, M Voyer, N Mazur, AM Payne, S Mauli, J Kinch, M Fabinyi, ...
Fisheries Research 186, 426-438, 2017
502017
Impacts of tuna industries on coastal communities in Pacific Island countries
K Barclay
Marine Policy 34 (3), 406-413, 2010
482010
Securing fish for the nation: food security and governmentality in Japan
K Barclay, C Epstein
Asian Studies Review 37 (2), 215-233, 2013
402013
Engaging with Capitalism: Cases from Oceania
F McCormack, K Barclay
Emerald Group Publishing, 2013
332013
The social in assessing for sustainability: Fisheries in Australia
K Barclay
Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 4 (3), 38-53, 2012
312012
A Japanese Joint Venture in the Pacific: Foreign bodies in tinned tuna
K Barclay
Routledge, 2008
30*2008
Neo-liberal reforms in Japan's tuna fisheries? A history of government-business relations in a food-producing sector
K Barclay, SH Koh
Japan Forum 20 (2), 139-170, 2008
282008
Neo-liberal reforms in Japan's tuna fisheries? A history of government-business relations in a food-producing sector
K Barclay, SH Koh
Japan Forum 20 (2), 139-170, 2008
282008
Solomon Taiyo Ltd—tuna dreams realised?
K Barclay, W Yoshikazu
Pacific Economic Bulletin 15 (1), 34-47, 2000
27*2000
Dividuals, individuals, or possessive individuals?: Recent transformations of North Mekeo commoditization, personhood, and sociality
MS Mosko
Engaging with capitalism: Cases from Oceania, 2013
262013
Local capitalisms and sustainability in coastal fisheries: cases from Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands
K Barclay, J Kinch
Engaging with capitalism: cases from Oceania, 2013
262013
Chinese trader perceptions on sourcing and consumption of endangered seafood
M Fabinyi, K Barclay, H Eriksson
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 181, 2017
252017
The politics of remittance and the role of returning migrants: Localizing capitalism in Manus Province, Papua New Guinea
S Dalsgaard
Engaging with Capitalism: cases from Oceania, 2013
242013
Interactive governance analysis of the bÍche-de-mer ‘fish chain’from Papua New Guinea to Asian markets
K Barclay, J Kinch, M Fabinyi, S Waddell, G Smith, S Sharma, P Kichawen, ...
Report commissioned by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, University†…, 2016
212016
Food production, consumption and imports
RM Bourke, J Gibson, A Quartermain, K Barclay, B Allen, J Kennedy
Food and Agriculture in Papua New Guinea 2, 30-144, 2009
212009
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