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Andreatta, Susan
2000 “Marketing Strategies and Challenges of Small-Scale Organic Producers in
Central North Carolina.” Culture and Agriculture 22(3):40-50.

Andreatta, Susan and William Wickliffe, II
2002 “Managing Farmer and Consumer Expectations: A Study of a North Carolina
Farmers Market.” Human Organization 61(2):167-176.

Bianchi, Alan
2003 “An Economic Profile Analysis of the Commercial Fishing Industry of North Carolina” North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources. North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries. PDF Link.

Carroll, Rick and Marcie
2006, Beaufort by the Sea. Beaufort, NC: Fish Towne Press.

Cecelski, David S.
2001, The Waterman’s Song. Slavery and Freedom in Maritime North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC: UNC Press.

Durrenberger, E. Paul
1997 “Fisheries Management Models: Assuming Realities or Why Shrimpers in Mississippi are Not Firms.” Human Organization 56(2):158-166.

Durrenberger, E. Paul and Thomas D. King, editors
2000 State and Community in Fisheries Management: Power, Policy and Practice. Westport, CT:Bergin & Garvey.

Garrity-Blake, Barbara J.
1994, The Fish Factory. Work and Meaning for Black and White Fishermen of the American Menhaden Industry. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.

Griffith, David
1999, The Estuary’s Gift. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press.

Iudicello, Suzanne, Michael Wber and Robert Wieland
1999, Fish Markets and Fishermen. The Economics of Overfishing. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

King, Thomas D.
1997 “Folk Management among Belizean Lobster Fishermen: Success and Resilience or Decline and Depletion?” Human Organization 56(4):418-426.

Landers, Judy, Peter Mitchell, Bill Smith, Thomas Lehman and Christopher Conner
2006 “‘Save the Crabs, Then Eat ‘Em’: A Culinary Approach to Saving the Chesapeake Bay.” Social Marketing Quarterly 12(1):15-28.

Maiolo, John R.
2004, Hard Times and a Nickel a Bucket. Struggle and Survival in North Carolina’s Shrimp Industry. Chapel Hill, NC: Chapel Hill Press.

Morris, Bill
2004, Saltwater Cowboys. Wilmington, NC: Coastal Carolina Press.

Orbach, Michael K.
1980 “Fishery Cooperatives on the Chesapeake Bay: Advantage or Anachronism?” Anthropological Quarterly 53(1):48-55.

Paolisso, Michael
2002 “Blue Crabs and Controversy on the Chesapeake Bay: A Cultural Model for Understanding Watermen’s Reasoning about Blue Crab Management.” Human Organization 61(3):226-239.

Poggie, John J. Jr.
1980 “Maritime Anthropology: Socio-Cultural Analysis of Small Scale Fishermen’s Cooperatives: Introduction.” Anthropological Quarterly 53(1):1-3.

Poggie, John J. Jr.
1980 “Small-Scale Fishermen’s Psychocultural Characteristics and Cooperative Formation.” Anthropological Quarterly 53(1):20-28.

Prioli, Carmine and Edwin Martin
1998 Hope for a Good Season. The Ca’e Bankers of Harkers Island. Ashboro, NC: Down Home Press.

Salsi, Lynn and Frances Eubanks
2000, The Crystal Coast. Charleston, SC:Arcadia Publishing.

Smith, Courtland and Susan S. Hanna
1993 “Occupation and Community as Determinants of Fishing Behaviors.” Human Organization 52(3):299.

Stick, David
1990 , The Outer Banks of North Carolina, 1584-1958. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press.

Stick, David
1998, An Outer Banks Reader. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press.

Stonich, Susan
1995 “The Environmental Quality and Social Justice Implications of Shrimp Mariculture Development in Honduras.” Human Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Journal 23(2):143-169.

Stuster, Jack
1980 “‘Under the Thumb’ While ‘One Hand Washes the Other:’ Traditional Market Relations in a California Commercial Fishing Community.” Anthropological Quarterly 53(1):4-11.

West, Susan and Barbara J. Garrity-Blake
2003 Fish House Opera. Mystic, CT: Mystic Seaport.