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Details of Dr. Alyne Elizabeth Delaney   


Gender female
Job title Associate Professor
Department Innovative Fisheries Managment, Department of Development and Planning
Skibbrogade 5
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 0045 99 40 3694
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Website http://www.ifm.dk, http://alynedelaney.wordpress.com/
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Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities Research interests in social organization; environment; common property theory; natural resource management; Social Impact Assessment; Maritime Anthropology; fisheries; gender; tsunami and disaster and risk response; governance and policy.

Editor of the Commons Digest Member of multi- and inter-disciplinary research project teams
Research Region EU regional seas, Arctic, Japan
Skills/Expertise Social scientist expert in both qualitative and qualitative research methods.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Alyne DELANEY)

Delaney, A. and J. Wilhelm. [2013] [No homes, no boats, no rafts: People of the Coastal Areas of Miyagi after the Earthquake [Japanese] In T Gill, B. Stieger, and D. Slater (eds.) Higashi Nihon Dai-Shinsai no Jinruigaku: Tsunami, Genpatsu Jiko to Hisaishi no ?Sono go?. [Anthropology of the Great Eastern Japan Disaster: The Tsunami, the Nuclear Accident, and what happened afterwards to the Victims?] Kyoto: Jimbunshoin Press. 376pp
Hadjimichael, M. and A. Delaney [in press 2013] Using a resilience framework to link institutional arrangements and ecological dynamics in two European inshore fisheries Socio-Ecological Systems (SESs). Ambio.
Ouanian, K., A.Delaney, J.Raakjær, P. Ramirez-Monsalve. [2012] On unequal footing: Stakeholder perspectives on the marine strategy framework directive as a mechanism of the ecosystem-based approach to marine management. In Marine Policy, Vol. 36, no.3,658-666
Delaney, Alyne E. [2012] Eight Months after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: A Report from One Miyagi Fishing Community. The Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. http://www.japanfocus.org/-Alyne_Elizabeth-Delaney/3704
Delaney, Alyne. [2011] ?Transition in nori cultivation : evolution of household contribution and gendered division of labor.? CBM - Cahiers de Biologie Marine 52: 527-533
Vera Schwach, Denis Bailly, Anne-Sofie Christensen, Alyne Delaney, Poul Degnbol, Wim van Densen, Petter Holm, H. Anne McLay, Kåre Nolde Nielsen, Martin Pastoors, Stuart A. Reeves and Douglas Clyde Wilson [2007] ?Policy and Knowledge for Fisheries Management (PKFM): a Policy Brief. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 64(4), 798-803
Delaney, A.E., A. McLay and W. van Densen. [2007] Influences of Public Discourse on Decision-making in EU Fisheries Management: The Case of North Sea Cod (Gadus morhua). ICES Journal of Marine Science, 64 (4), 804-810
Delaney, Alyne E. [2007] The Noriyasan of Japan: An Enduring Coastal Cultural Group. Asian Anthropology. Volume 6,, pages 105-126
Delaney, Alyne E. and Jonathan Hastie. [2007] Lost in Translation: Differences in Role Expectations and Identities between Fisheries Scientists and Managers,
Delaney, A.E. and Thomas Augustinus[2006] ?Scaling up Community Fisheries in Cambodia? Catch and Culture: Fisheries Research and Development in the Mekong. Newsletter of the Mekong River Commission, Volume 12, no.2, 7-8
Augustinus, T., W. Hartmann, A.E. Delaney, and A. Phonvisay [2006 ?Lao-Cambodian Fishery Needs New Management Approach.? Catch and Culture: Fisheries Research and Development in the Mekong. Newsletter of the Mekong River Commission, 12, 2, pp11- 12
Wilson, D.C. and A. E. Delaney [2005] ?Scientific Knowledge and Participation in the Management of Fisheries in the North Sea? in T.S. Gray (ed.) Participation in Fisheries Governance, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Fish and Fisheries Series

Created: 2008-05-27 Last Updated: 2014-06-03 by Alyne DELANEY