李 銀姫

Li Yinji

  • 准教授
  • 学位:博士(海洋科学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Marine Science and Technology / Department of Environmental and Societal Affairs
  • Graduate School of Oceanography / Course of Oceanography

ジャンル

  • Fishing
  • Marine Products
  • Regional Revitalization

研究と関連するSDGs

  • Climate Action
  • Life Below Water
  • Partnership for the Goals

詳細情報

研究キーワード

  • Small-Scale fisheries
  • Blue Justice
  • Comparative studies (Northeast Asian Seas)
  • Coastal communities
  • Coastal governance

研究分野

  • Humanities & social sciences Local studies
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science Environmental policy and society

委員歴

  • International Planning Committee(4WSFC Asia Pacific) Co-Chair
  • Local Organizing Committee (4th WSFC Asia Pacific) Chair
  • International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF) Board of trustees
  • The ICES Journal of Marine Science Editor
  • Too Big To Ignore(TBTI) Japan Research Network Coodinator
  • Sakura Shrimp Fisheries Liaison Committee Committee member
  • Marine Socio-Ecological Systems 2020 Conference Scientific committee
  • Shizuoka City Environmental Council Committee member
  • Shizuoka Prefecture Sea Area Fisheries Coordination Committee Committee member
  • Editorial Committee on Journal of coastal zone studies (Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies) Committee member
  • IMBeR (Integrated Marine Biosphere Research) Human Dimensions Working Group member
  • IMBeR China-Japan-Korea Symposium 2018 Scientific committee

受賞

  • Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies Publication & Culture Award In the Era of Big Change -Essays about Japanese small-scale fisheries
  • Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies Best Presentation Award Studies on coastal wise use and rules: Fishing Yakata tourism in Donoura, Tokushima
  • Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies Best Article Award Actual Conditions of the Coastal Zone Management in China:A Case Study of Qingdao City, Shandong Province

論文

Governing in an Uncertain Time: The Case of Sakura Shrimp Fishery, Japan

Steering the Ship of Too Big To Ignore Japan Research Network

Blue Justice: “A Just Space” for Small-Scale Fisheries in “Seichosangyoka”

Canada & Japan: Characteristics, Policies and Governance: Different but Similar

South Korea and Japan: Fishery Rights Structures and Their Influence on Coastal Governance

The Meaning of Small:Definition, Governance, Roles and Challenges of Japanese Small-Scale Fisheries

A new role for fishers' side in Japan: Fisheries to Umigyo, fisheries governance to coastal governance

Coral reef restoration in Sekisei Lagoon, Okinawa, Japan

Social Responses to a Fishery-tourism Conflict in Onna Village, Okinawa, Japan

The role of Fisheries cooperatives on ocean education: A case study of Higashihazu Fisheries Cooperative Association in Aichi Prefecture(In Japanese)

Actual conditions and challenges of Sakura Shrimp branding strategies

Ocean Environmental Education through "Monozukuri" in Ishigaki Island

Study on the Non-government Sector’s Role in Coastal Multilevel Governance(In Japanese)

The branding strategies of "Choshi tsuri kinme" fish

Actual conditions and challenges of fish branding support strategies in Nigata Prefecture

Actual conditions and challenges of fish branding certification system in Chiba Prefecture

Coastal wise use and formulation of rules: actual conditions and challenges

Comparative studies on sea use rights between China and Japan(In Japanese)

Issues regarding legal regulations on sea use right in China(In Japanese)

Actual conditions of the coastal zone management in China: a case study of Qingdao City, Shandong Province

書籍等出版物

  • Unlocking legal and policy frameworks for small-scale fisheries in Japan
  • In the Era of Big Change -Essays about Japanese small-scale fisheries
  • Sakura Shrimp,Small-Scale Fisheries in Suruga Bay, Japan
  • See What Sea Nurtures: The Past and Present Stories in Higashihazu(In Japanese)
  • The environmental activities of Higashihazu Fisheries Cooperative Association(In Japanese)

講演・口頭発表等

  • Aligning FAO SSF Guidelines to Japanese Fisheries Governance
  • Is Small Still Beautiful? Japanese Small-Scale Fisheries Sustainability and Achievability
  • What is community viability really about? Ingredients for changing the fate of small-scale fisheries in the era of blue growth: a case study of the Inatori community, Japan
  • Importance of small-scale fisheries in Japan
  • Concerns about Japanese small-scale fisheries
  • Girls Who Fish Japan (Japan Canada Sister Program)
  • The Voices Of Genba
  • SDG14 and Global Partnership
  • Life Above Water for Life Below Water
  • When a problem gets wicked, adjust your lens: the TD lens for sakura shrimp fishery, Japan
  • Sakura Shrimp fishery in Japan
  • Big challenges for small-scale aquaculture in the new era of fisheries policy in Japan
  • The futuSocial responses to the “2018 issue” of Sakura shrimp fishery in Japan: Natural or anthropogenic? Japan or Taiwan?re of Sakura shrimp fishery: a comparative analysis of two stories from Japan and Taiwan
  • A New Role for Fishers' side in Japan: Fisheries to Umigyo, Fisheries Governance to Coastal Governance
  • Introduction of IMBeR HDWG and IMBeR-ADApT
  • Potentiality of IMBeR-ADApT framework for coastal governance in Northeast Asian Seas
  • The new concept of coastal governance in the era of Umigyo in Japan
  • Exploring theoretical ideas of value from social science around branding: insights from branding activities of fishery products in Japan

所属学会

  • Japanese Association for Coastal Zone Studies
  • Japanese Society of Fisheries Economics
  • Japanese Society of Fisheries Science
  • Japan Society of Ocean Policy
  • Japan International Fisheries Research Society

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

Vulnerability to Viability (V2V): Global Partnership for Building Strong Small-Scale Fisheries Communities in Asia and Africa

Social Responses to Global Change in Marine Systems: Focusing on Northeast Asia

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