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Lebende Ressourcen und symbolisches Kapital
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This essay deals with fisheries development in Thailand between 1959 and 1974 / 1975. The... mehr
Lebende Ressourcen und symbolisches Kapital
This essay deals with fisheries development in Thailand between 1959 and 1974 / 1975. The case-study ofWest German experts, who remodeled the Thai fishing industry, shows that fish was not only viewed as a living resource during the developmentprojects, but was of symbolic value as well. Shared cultures of Thai and German exploitation created a basis for cooperation in the 1960s. The overexploitation of fish-stocks during the project revealed different ways of dealing with this problem.West German experts recommended managing the fish-stocks whereas the Thai partners feared losing the opportunity to improve their country. The different meanings of fish as symbolic capital showed that development and environment were two entangled fields of negotiation in the 1970s.