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TYPICAL ANALYSIS FOR FISHERIES


MANAGEMENT: THE CASE FOR SMALL-SCALER
OF SHRIMP FISHERS

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DOI: 10.1166/asl.2017.9299

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RESEARCH ARTICLE
Copyright 2017 American Scientific Publishers Advanced Science Letters
All rights reserved Vol. 23, 7096-7099, 2017
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TYPICAL ANALYSIS FOR FISHERIES


MANAGEMENT: THE CASE FOR SMALL-
SCALER OF SHRIMP FISHERS
Suharno 1,2, Indah Susilowati 2, Sutrisno Anggoro 3, Edy Yusuf Agung Gunanto 2
1
Economics Program, Faculty of Economics and Business, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto 53122, Indonesia
2
Faculty of Economics and Business, Diponegoro University, Semarang 50257, Indonesia
3
Faculty of Fisheries and Marines, Diponegoro University, Semarang 50257, Indonesia

(Abstract) This study specifically uses the analysis results used to formulate the appropriate policies in the management of
shrimp resources. Some forms of fisheries management proposed in this study are as follows: improving and giving space to
communitys involvement as well as utilizing fishery resources and their conservation in order to balance between utilization
and conservation. The active participation of the community will increase their empowerment. The philosophy of sustainable
development must start from the bottom, because it is the biggest component of the support and development practitioner. It
is the time for the community to be given a freedom to catch fish and maintain the type of the potential commodities that
exist in the sea, which could increase their income and welfare.

Keywords: fisheries management; small-scaler; shrimp fishers; community; participation; cilacap.

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