Derek Johnson
Derek Johnson
Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Manitoba
Verified email at umanitoba.ca
TitleCited byYear
Adaptive co‐management for social–ecological complexity
DR Armitage, R Plummer, F Berkes, RI Arthur, AT Charles, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (2), 95-102, 2009
12742009
Poverty, sustainability and human wellbeing: a social wellbeing approach to the global fisheries crisis
S Coulthard, D Johnson, JA McGregor
Global Environmental Change 21 (2), 453-463, 2011
3322011
The interplay of well-being and resilience in applying a social-ecological perspective
D Armitage, C Béné, AT Charles, D Johnson, EH Allison
Ecology and Society 17 (4), 2012
2162012
Small‐scale fisheries through the wellbeing lens
N Weeratunge, C Béné, R Siriwardane, A Charles, D Johnson, EH Allison, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (2), 255-279, 2014
1782014
Can resilience be reconciled with globalization and the increasingly complex conditions of resource degradation in Asian coastal regions?
D Armitage, D Johnson
Ecology and society 11 (1), 2006
1592006
Category, narrative, and value in the governance of small-scale fisheries
DS Johnson
Marine Policy 30 (6), 747-756, 2006
1342006
Fisheries co-management and legal pluralism: how an analytical problem becomes an institutional one
S Jentoft, M Bavinck, DS Johnson, KT Thomson
Human Organization, 27-38, 2009
992009
Artisanal fishing as an undesirable way of life? The implications for governance of fishers' wellbeing aspirations in coastal Uruguay and southeastern Brazil
M Trimble, D Johnson
Marine Policy 37, 37-44, 2013
852013
Challenges and concerns in capture fisheries and aquaculture
R Chuenpagdee, P Degnbol, M Bavinck, S Jentoft, D Johnson, R Pullin, ...
Fish for life: interactive governance for fisheries. Amsterdam University …, 2005
582005
Piracy in Southeast Asia: status, issues, and responses
D Johnson, M Valencia
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005
442005
From indifference to mutual support–a comparative analysis of legal pluralism in the governing of South Asian fisheries
M Bavinck, D Johnson, O Amarasinghe, J Rubinoff, S Southwold, ...
The European Journal of Development Research 25 (4), 621-640, 2013
392013
Institutional adaptation as a governability problem in fisheries: patron–client relations in the Junagadh fishery, India
DS Johnson
Fish and Fisheries 11 (3), 264-277, 2010
382010
The interplay between household food security and wellbeing among small-scale farmers in the context of rapid agrarian change in India
K Patel, H Gartaula, D Johnson, M Karthikeyan
Agriculture & Food Security 4 (1), 16, 2015
282015
Handling the legacy of the blue revolution in India-social justice and small-scale fisheries in a negative growth scenario
M Bavinck, D Johnson
American Fisheries Society Symposium 49 (1), 585, 2008
282008
Wealth and waste: contrasting legacies of fisheries development in Gujarat since 1950s
D Johnson
Economic and Political Weekly, 1095-1102, 2001
252001
Fish capture
D Johnson, M Bavinck, J Veitayaki
Fish for life: interactive governance for fisheries. University of Amsterdam …, 2005
222005
From food security to food wellbeing: examining food security through the lens of food wellbeing in Nepal’s rapidly changing agrarian landscape
H Gartaula, K Patel, D Johnson, R Devkota, K Khadka, P Chaudhary
Agriculture and Human Values 34 (3), 573-589, 2017
202017
Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries
DS Johnson, TG Acott, N Stacey, J Urquhart
Springer International Publishing, 2018
172018
Introduction: research on Southeast Asian piracy
D Johnson, E Pladdet, MJ Valencia
Leiden/SingaporeInternational Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS)/Institute …, 2005
162005
An overview of current concerns in piracy studies and new directions for research
D Johnson, E Pladdet
People and the Sea II Conference, International Institute for Asian Studies …, 2003
162003
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