Patterns of Co-operation in Community Based Fishery Management: A Sociological Study on the People of Hail Haor

Iqbal Ahmed Chowdhury, Mohammad Mostufa Kamal, Nadia Haque, Mohammad Nazrul Islam, Subarna Akter

Abstract


To maintain the ecological balance of wetland and to ensure food security government of Bangladesh has taken community based resources or fishery management approach. Co-operation is one of the major components of it. This paper measures the patterns of co-operation in community based fishery management system and its impact on people’s life. Descriptive design has been followed in this study. Sample has been selected through simple random sampling technique as well as social survey technique has been applied to collect data. Patterns of co-operations and the indicators of the impacts are measured through the Likert Scale and Semantic Differential Scale. It’s found that the negative co-operation is existed in the study area and most of the respondent’s attitudes are also negative about the effect of community based management system.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ass.v8n15p222

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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