Knowledge circles fisheries from, for and by fishermen

C. Taal, W. Zaalmink, F.J. Quirijns

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Abstract

A Knowledge Circle is a project from, for and by fishermen looking for solutions. It is not a research project led by researchers. To the fishermen, a Knowledge Circle means looking for answers and solutions together with colleagues, to, for instance, developing new fishing techniques, an alternative way to market the fish or a more efficient fuel consumption. The fishermen learn from the approach of colleagues and their ideas on (im-)possible solutions. Together they share knowledge.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherKnowledge Circles Fisheries
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Keywords

  • knowledge
  • professional competence
  • professionalism
  • fisheries
  • organizations
  • knowledge management
  • fish stocks

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