Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS): work package 4 final report assessment of socio-economic and cultural characteristics of Scottish inshore fisheries
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[Extract from Executive Summary] The European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) has funded the ‘Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System’ (SIFIDS) project, which aims to integrate data collection and analysis for the Scottish inshore fishing industry. SIFIDS Work Package 4 was tasked with assessing the socio-economic and cultural characteristics of Scottish Inshore Fisheries. The aim was to develop replicable frameworks for collecting and analysing cultural data in combination with defining and analysing already available socio-economic datasets. An overview of the current available socio-economic data is presented and used to identify the data gaps. Primary socio-economic and cultural research was conducted to fill these gaps in order to capture complex cultural, social and economic relationships in a usable and useful manner. Some of the results from this Work Package will be incorporated into the platform that SIFIDS Work Package 6 is building. All primary research conducted within this work package followed the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) Research Ethics Framework and was granted Ethical Approval by the UHI Research Ethics Committee under code ETH895.
Billing, S-L., Anderson, S., Parker, A., Eichhorn, M., Vare, L. L., Thomson, E., Thomson, E., Ladd-Jones, H. (Ed.), & James, M. A. (Ed.) (2018). Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS): work package 4 final report assessment of socio-economic and cultural characteristics of Scottish inshore fisheries. Published by Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS). 220pp.
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