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Religiosity, State Interventions, Political Mobilisation, Citizenship

1. Aarathi, G. 2019. Citizenship at the Margins: Exploring Participation as ‘Right to the City’ in Vizhinjam, Kerala. Urbanisation, 4 (2), pp. 77- 93.

2. Alex, D. R. 2018. Religious Identity at the Crossroads Hindu Fisherfolk of Kerala, Economic and Political Weekly.

3. Alex, D. R. 2019. Woman as Honor, Man as Reformer: Transition of Women’s Work Roles in the Hindu Fishing Caste of Kerala, India, Women’s Studies.

4. Alex, D. R. 2020. From Untouchables to Vyasa’s Clan: Fishermen’s Reform Movement in Kerala, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies

5. Ashni, A/ L., Santhosh, R. 2019. Catholic Church, Fishers and Negotiating Development: A Study on the Vizhinjam Port Project, Review of Development and Change, 24(2), pp. 187–204.

6. Baiju, K.K., Parappurathu, S., Ramachandran, C., Kaleekal, T. 2019. Non-State Legal Systems And Their Role In Governance Of Small-Scale Marine Fisheries Along The South West Coast Of India. Ocean And Coastal Management, Pp. 1-9.

7. Bavinck, M., 2003. The Spatially Splintered State: Myths And Realities In The Regulation Of Marine Fisheries In Tamil Nadu, India. Development and Change, 34(4), pp.633-657.

8. Boholm, A. 2003. The Cultural Nature Of Risk: Can There Be An Anthropology Of Uncertainty?, Ethnos, 68 (2), 159-178.

9. Boholm, A. 2015. Anthropology And Risk. Routledge.

10. Busby, C. (2000) The Performance Of Gender: An Anthropology Of Everyday Life In A South Indian Fishing Village. London: Althone Press.

11. Devika, J. 2017. Surviving In Contemporary Kerala: Reflections From Recent Research In A Fisher Village, Development And Change, 48(2): 364–386.

12. Dietrich, G. And N. Nayak (2002) Transition Or Transformation? A Study Of The Mobilisation, Organisation And The Emergence Of Consciousness Among The Fishworkers Of Kerala, India. Madurai: Department Of Social Analysis, Tamilnadu Theological Seminary.

13. John, S. And Sany, N. 2019. Economic Empowerment Of Kerala’s Fishermen: Need For Change In The Role Of Matsyafed. Kochi: Centre For Public Policy Research, Kochi.

14. Josna, G. C. 2018. Cultural Diversity And Sustainability: Traditional Fisherfolk Of Kerala, Cognitive Discourses, 5 (5), 10-20.

15. Kumar, K.G., 1988. Organising Fisherfolk Cooperatives In Kerala. Economic And Political Weekly, Pp.578-581.

16. Kurien, J. And Achari, T.T., 1988. Fisheries Development Policies And The Fishermen’s Struggle In Kerala. Social Action, 38(1), Pp.15-36.

17. Kurien, J. And Paul, A., 2000. Nets For Social Safety: An Analysis Of The Growth And Changing Composition Of Social Security Programmes In The Fisheries Sector Of Kerala State, India.

18. Kurien, J. And Paul, A., 2001. Social Security Nets For Marine Fisheries. Centre For Development Studies.

19. Kurien, J., 1995. The Kerala Model: Its Central Tendency And The Outlier. Social Scientist, Pp.70-90.

20. Kurien, J., 2013. Case STUDY 12 Kerala Fishing-Boat Project, South India. The Greening Of Aid: Sustainable Livelihoods In Practice, P.108.

21. Mathew, P.T. (2001) We Dare The Waters: The World And Worldview Of The Mukkuvar. Chennai: Department Of Christian Studies, University Of Madras.

22. Mathur, P.R., 1972. The Mappila Fisherfolk Of Kerala A Study In Inter Relationship Between Habitat Technology Economy Society And Culture.

23. Meynen, W., 1989. Contradictions And Constraints In Fisheries Development: Capital, Artisanal Workers And Shrinking Resources In Kerala. ISS Working Paper Series/General Series, 51, Pp.1-53.

24. Meynen, W., 1989. Fisheries Development, Resources Depletion And Political Mobilization In Kerala: The Problem Of Alternatives. Development And Change, 20(4), Pp.735-770.

25. Nayak, N. And Vijayan, A.J. 2006. The Coasts, The Fish Resources And The Fish Workers’ Movement. New Delhi: National Human Rights Commission.

26. Punathil, S., 2018. Interrogating Communalism: Violence, Citizenship And Minorities In South India. Routledge India.

27. Pushpangadan, K. And Murugan, G., 2000. Gender Bias In A Marginalised Community: A Study Of Fisherfolk In Coastal Kerala.

28. Rajan, J.B., 2002. Labour Mobility In The Small-Scale Fisheries Sector Of Kerala. Kerala Research Programme On Local Level Development, Centre For Development Studies.

29. Ram, K., 1991. Mukkuvar Women: Gender, Hegemony And Capitalist Transformation In A South Indian Fishing Community. Zed Books.

30. Ramachandran, C. And Mohamed, K.S., 2015. Responsible Fisheries Kerala Fish Workers Open New Path In Co-Governance. Economic And Political Weekly, 50(35), Pp.16-18.

31. Roelvink, G. 2007. Review Article: Performing The Market, Social Identities, 13 (1), 125- 133.

32. Samuel, L., 2007. Women, Work And Fishing: An Examination Of The Lives Of Fisherwomen In Kerala. South Asia Research, 27(2), Pp.205-227.

33. Santha, S.D., 2014, Exploring Risk, Resistance And The Power Of Myths Among Coastal Fishing Communities In Kerala, India. In Natural Resources Forum (Vol. 38, No. 2, Pp. 118-128).

34. Shyam, S.S., Fernandez, R., Sunil, P.V., Harshan, N.K., Athira, N.R., Rahman, M.R., Remya, R., Safeena, P.K. And Rosey Xavier, S., 2016. Impulse Effect Of Demonetisation On The Fishing Operations, Trade And Fish Consumption In Ernakulam, Kerala. Marine Fisheries Information Service; Technical And Extension Series, (230), Pp.23-25.

35. Sinha, S., 2012. Transnationality And The Indian Fishworkers' Movement, 1960s– 2000. Journal Of Agrarian Change, 12(2‐3), Pp.364-389.

36. Steinmuller, H. 2010. Communities Of Complicity:Notes On State Formation And Local Sociality In Rural China, American Ethnologist, 37 (3), 539-549.

37. Subramanian, A. (2009) Shorelines: Space And Rights In South India. New Delhi: Yoda Press/Stanford University Press.

38. Sundar, A. (2010) ‘Capitalist Transformation And The Evolution Of Civil Society In A South Indian Fishery’. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis, University Of Toronto.

39. Sundar, A. Can The Subalterns Be Secular.

40. Sundar, A., 2010. Capitalist Transformation And The Evolution Of Civil Society In A South Indian Fishery (Doctoral Dissertation).

41. Sundar, A., 2012. Thinking Beyond Secularism: The Catholic Church And Political Practice In Rural South India. South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal.

42. Thomson, K., 2009. Development Policies, State Interventions And Struggles For Livelihood Rights In Coastal Communities In Kerala, India: A Case Study Of The Cochin Clam Fishery. Ocean & Coastal Management, 52(11), Pp.586-592.

43. Zaloom, C. 2004. The Productive Life Of Risk, Cultural Anthropology, 19 (3), 365-391.

44. Zupanov, G. 1999. Disputed Mission. Oxford University Press.

45. Zupanov, G. 2005. Missionary Tropics, The University Of Michigan Press.

Political Economy, Livelihood, Mechanization/Motorisation

46. Ammini, P.L., Srinivasan, J., Ramani, K., Beena, M.R. and Seynudeen, M.B., 2010. Marine fisheries in Kerala-an overview. Marine Fisheries Information Service T&E Series, (204), pp.1-10.

47. Ancy, V.P. and Raju, K.V., 2014. Structural Changes in the Fisheries Sector of Kerala: An Overview. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR_JEF), 5(6), pp.14-18.

48. Aswathy, N. and Sathiadhas, R., 2006. Socio-economic impact assessment of monsoon trawl ban on marine fisheries sector of Kerala, India.

49. Aswathy, N., Narayanakumar, R. and Harshan, N.K., 2014. Marketing costs, margins and efficiency of domestic marine fish marketing in Kerala. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 61(2), pp.97-102.

50. Aswathy, N., Narayanakumar, R., Shyam, S.S., Vipinkumar, V.P., Kuriakose, S., Geetha, R. and Harshan, N.K., 2013. Total factor productivity growth in marine fisheries of Kerala. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 60(4), pp.77-80.

51. Aswathy, N., Shanmugam, T. and Sathiadhas, R., 2011. Economic viability of mechanised fishing units and socio-economics of fishing ban in Kerala. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 52(2), pp.115-120.

52. Aswathy, N., Shanmugam, T.R. and Sathiadhas, R., 2011. Economic viability of mechanized fishing units and socio-economics of fishing ban in Kerala. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 58(2), pp.115-120.

53. Aswathy, P., Kalpana, K. 2019. Good woman, bad woman: Social control and self-regulation in Kerala's artisanal fisheries, Women’s Studies International Forum, 74, 196-203.

54. Balan, K., Panikkar, K.K.P., Jacob, T., Andrews, J. and Rajendran, V., 1989. Motorization of country craft in Kerala-an impact study. CMFRI special publication, 45, pp.1-33.

55. Boopendranath, M.R. and Hameed, M.H., 2007. A Profile of Mechanised Fishing Activities based at Cochin Fisheries Harbour, Kerala, India.

56. Chacko, T., 1998. Artisanal fishing along the Alleppey coast, Southwest India. Human organization, pp.60-62.

57. Chacko, T., 1998. Artisanal fishing along the Alleppey coast, Southwest India. Human organization, pp.60-62.

58. Dhanuraj, D., 2004. Traditional fishermen folk in Kerala & their livelihood issues. CCS Research Internship Papers. New Delhi: Centre for Civil Society.

59. Dhiju Das, P.H., Gopal, N. and Edwin, L., 2012. Labour deployment and wage distribution in ring seine fishery of central Kerala.

60. Durry O’ Neill, E. 2018. Catching values of small scale fisheries: A look at markets, trade relationships and fisher behaviour. Stockhom: Stockhom Resilience Centre.

61. Geertz, C. 1978. The Bazaar Economy: Information and Search in Peasant Marketing, The American Economic Review, 68:2, pp. 28-32.

62. Gopal, N.I.K.I.T.A., Jeyanthi, P., Chandrasekar, V. and Meenakuamri, B., 2012. A Study on the availability and utilisation of microcredit in the traditional fisheries sector of Kerala, India. Asian fisheries Science S, 25, pp.243-250.

63. Gopal, S., Edwin, L. 2013. Development of Fishing Industry In India, Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries, 1(1 & 2), 38-53.

64. Gulati, L., 1982. The Role Of Women From Fishing Households: Case Study Of A Kerala Fishing Village.

65. Gupta, J., 1991. Factors Influencing Aspiration Of Marine Fishermen. Indian Journal of Extension Education, 27(1&2), pp.34-40.

66. Hapke, H.M. and Ayyankeril, D., 2018. Gendered Livelihoods In The Global Fish-Food Economy: A Comparative Study Of Three Fisherfolk Communities In Kerala, India. Maritime Studies, 17(2), pp.133-143.

67. Hapke, H.M., 2001. Development, Gender And Household Survival In A Kerala Fishery. Economic and Political Weekly, pp.1103-1107.

68. Hapke, H.M., 2001. Petty Traders, Gender, And Development In A South Indian Fishery. Economic Geography, 77(3), pp.225-249.

69. Hapke, H.M., 2012. Capturing the Complexities of Globalization in Fisheries: Gendered Divisions of Labour and Divisions of Labour and Difference. Asian Fisheries Science S, 25, pp.75-92.

70. Houtart, F. and Nayak, N., 1988. Kerala Fishermen-Culture and Social Organization. Centre d'Analyse Sociale de la Culture.

71. Jensen, R., Miller, H.N. 2018. Market Integration, Demand, and the Growth of Firms: Evidence From a Natural Experiment in India, American Economic Review, 108 (12), 3583-3625.

72. Kininmonth, S., B. Crona, Ö. Bodin, I. Vaccaro, L. J. Chapman, and C. A. Chapman. 2016. Microeconomic Relationships Between And Among Fishers And Traders Influence The Ability To Respond To Social-Ecological Changes In A Small-Scale Fishery. Ecology and Society 22(2), pp.26-40

73. Kurien, J. and Vijayan, A.J., 1995. Income Spreading Mechanisms In Common Property Resource: Karanila System In Kerala's Fishery. Economic and Political Weekly, pp.1780-1785.

74. Kurien, J. and Willmann, J., 1982. Economics Of Artisanal And Mechanized Fisheries In Kerala; A Study On Costs And Earnings Of Fishing Units. Small-Scale Fisheries Promotion In South Asia. Working paper 34.

75. Kurien, J. and Willmann, R., 1982. Economics Of Artisanal And Mechanized Fisheries In Kerala. Programme For Community Organisation Trivandrum, India.

76. Kurien, J., 1991. Ruining The Commons And Responses Of The Commoners: Coastal Overfishing And Fishermen's Actions In Kerala state, Indian. United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.

77. Kurien, J., 2000. Factoring Social And Cultural Dimensions Into Food And Livelihood Security Issues Of Marine Fisheries: A Case Study Of Kerala state, India.

78. Lobe, K. and Berkes, F. 2004. The Padu System Of Community Based Fisheries Management: Change And Local Institutional Innovation in South India. Marine Policy, 28 (2), pp.271-281.

79. Mohanty, R., 2013. Review on Fishery in Kerala Perspective..

80. Nair, R.J., Manojkumar, P.P., Zacharia, P.U., Mohamed, K.S., Sathianandan, T.V., Kuriakose, S., Asokan, P.K., Venkatesan, V., Koya, K.P., Abdussamad, E.M. and Pillai, S.L., 2015. Status Of Marine Fisheries of Kerala. Marine Fisheries Information Service; Technical and Extension Series, (226), pp.22-26.

81. Panikkar, K.K.P. and Sathiadhas, R., 1989. Marine Fish Marketing Trend In Kerala. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, 31(1&2), pp.239-246.

82. Parappurathu, Shinoj, C. Ramachandran, K. K. Baiju, and Antony Kurisunkal Xavier. ‘Formal versus Informal: Insights into the Credit Transactions of Small-Scale Fishers along the South West Coast of India’. Marine Policy 103 (May 2019): 101–12

83. Patrick, M., 2015. Consumption and Saving Patterns in the Households of an Urban setting: A special reference to Fishermen Community. Centre for Public Policy Research Working Paper Series, 1.

84. Platteau, J.P. and Abraham, A., 1987. An Inquiry Into Quasi‐Credit Contracts: The Role Of Reciprocal Credit And Interlinked Deals In Small‐Scale Fishing Communities. The Journal of Development Studies, 23(4), pp. 461-490.

85. Platteau, J.P. and Nugent, J., 1992. Share Contracts And Their Rationale: Lessons From Marine Fishing. The Journal Of Development Studies, 28(3), pp.386-422.

86. Platteau, J.P., Murickan, J. and Delbar, E., 1985. Technology, Credit And Indebtedness In Marine Fishing; A Case Study Of Three Fishing Villages In South Kerala.

87. Ravi, R., Vipin, P.M., Boopendranath, M.R., Joshy, C.G. And Edwin, L., 2014. Structural Changes In The Mechanised Fishing Fleet Of Kerala, South India. Indian J. Fish, 61(2), pp.1-6.

88. Salim, S., Rahman, R. and Antony, B. 2015. Sardine Economy Of Kerala: Paradigms And Perpectives. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies, 2(6), pp.351-356.

89. Samuel, L., 2007. Women, work and fishing: An examination of the lives of fisherwomen in Kerala. South Asia Research, 27(2), pp.205-227.

90. Sathiadhas, R. and Panikkar, K.K.P., 1988. Socioeconomics Of Small Scale Fishermen With Emphasis On Cost And Earnings Of Traditional Fishing Units Along Trivandrum Coast, Kerala-A Case Study. Seafood Export Journal, 20(11), pp.21-36.

91. Sathiadhas, R. and Venkataraman, G., 1981. Impact Of Mechanised Fishing On The Socio-Economic Conditions Of The Fishermen Of Sakthikulangara-Neendakara, Kerala. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 29, pp.1-18.

92. Sathiadhas, R. and Venkataraman, G., 1983. Indebtedness And Utilisation Of Fisheries Credit In Sakthikulangara And Neendakara, Kerala A Case Study. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 54, pp.1-6.

93. Sathiadhas, R., 2006. Socio-economic Scenario of Marine Fisheries in Kerala-Status and Scope for Improvement.

94. Sathiadhas, R., Najmudeen, T.M., Antony Joseph, M., Rajan, J., Alagarsamy, A. and Jayan, K.N., 2004. Economic loss and gains of marine fishing along Kerala coast.

95. Srinivasan, J. and Burrell, J., 2013, December. Revisiting The Fishers Of Kerala, India. In Proceedings Of The Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development: Full Papers-Volume 1 (pp. 56-66).

96. Sundar, A., 2018. Skills For Work And The Work Of Skills: Community, Labour And Technological Change In India’s Artisanal Fisheries. Journal Of South Asian Development, p.0973174118804449.

Environment, Climate, Weather, Technology

97. Ali, S.S., Jayasankar, J., Krishnan, M., Landge, A. and Shenoy, L., 2017. Towards Attaining Sustainable Fishing Operations In Kerala.

98. Bajpai, A. Entangled Wavelengths: Translocal Affect And Affiliation Among Radio Broadcasters And Listeners Of German International Radio Stations In Cold War India, 1964-1990.

99. Balasubramaniam, S., Ramesan, M.P. and Gopal, N., 2003. Fish Catch Variations And Associated Variables Among Fishermen Operating Plank-Built Crafts.

100. Chhachhar, A.R. and Omar, S.Z., 2012. Use Of Mobile Phone Among Fishermen For Marketing And Weather Information. Archives Des Sciences, 65(8), pp.107-119.

101. Daipha, P. 2012. Weathering Risk: Uncertainty, Weather Forecasting and Expertise, Sociology Compass, 6 (1), pp. 15–25.

102. Daipha, P. 2015. From Bricolage to Collage: The Making of Decisions at a Weather Forecast Office, Sociological Forum, 30(3), pp. 787-808.

103. Daipha, P. 2015. Masters Of Uncertainty: Weather Forecasters And The Quest For Ground Truth. The University Of Chicago Press.

104. Dhanya, V., Renoy, G. 2017. Water Governance And Public Participation, Current Science, 112: 4, 686-687.

105. Durry O’ Neill, E. Crona, B., Ferrer, A. J. and Pomeroy, R. 2019. From Typhoons To Traders: The Role Of Patron –Client Relations In Mediating Fishery Responses To Natural Disasters. Environment Research Letters, 14: pp. 1-12

106. Dwyer, D., Minnegal, M. 2006. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Risk, Uncertainty and Decision-Making by Victorian Fishers, Journal of Political Sociology, 13, 1-23.

107. Faas, A.J., Barrios, R.E. 2015. Applied Anthropology of Risk, Hazards, and Disasters, Human Organization, 74 (4), pp. 287-295.

108. Funk, C., Sathyan, A. R., Winker, P., Breuer, L. 2020. Changing livelihood: Smallholder’s perceptions and adaption strategies, Journal of Environmental Management, pp. 1-16.

109. Geethalakshmi, V., Charles Jeeva, J., Balasubramaniam, S., Parvathy, R. and Nasser, M., 2012. Information And Training Needs Of Coastal Fisherfolk Of Ernakulam District In Kerala.

110. Gopinathan, C.K. and Qasim, S.Z., 1974. Mud Banks Of Kerala-Their Formation And Characteristics. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 3(2), pp.105-114.

111. Hart, K. 2012. A Note on Arjun Appadurai’s ‘The Spirit of Calculation’, Cambridge Anthropology, 30 (1), pp. 18-24.

112. Heymann, M., Gabriele, G., Mahony, M. 2017. Cultures of Prediction in Atmospheric and Climate Science. Routledge.

113. Hoeppe, G. 2018. Tensions of Accountability: Scientists, Technicians and the Ethical Life of Data Production in Astronomy, Science As Culture, 27 (4), 488-512.

114. Hoeppe, G., 2011. Extended Vision: Finding Fish Like South Indian Fishermen. Collection Purusartha, 29, pp.205-235.

115. Hov, O. 2017. Five priorities for weather and climate research, Nature, 552.

116. Islam, M.M. and Chuenpagdee, R., 2013. Negotiating Risk And Poverty In Mangrove Fishing Communities Of The Bangladesh Sundarbans. Maritime Studies, 12(1), p.7.

117. Jacob, T., Alagaraja, K., Dharmaraja, S.K., Panikkar, K.K.P., Balakrishnan, G., Satyavan, U.K., Balan, V. And Rao, K.V., 1982. Impact Of Purse Seine Operations On Traditional Fishery With Special Reference To Oil Sardine In Kerala During 1980 And 1981. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 40, pp.8-11.

118. Jeffrey, R. and Doron, A., 2011. Celling India: Exploring A Society's Embrace Of The Mobile Phone. South Asian History And Culture, 2(3), pp.397-416.

119. Joel, F., Shewmake, W., Neis, B., Telford, D. 2019. Marine Forecasting And Fishing Safety: Improving The Fit Between Forecasts And Harvester Needs, Journal Of Agromedicine, 24: 4, pp. 324-332.

120. Kaul, P.N., Thiagarajan, R. and Balasubramaniam, S., 1987. Training Needs Of Traditional Marine Fishermen In Kerala. Fishery Technology, 24(2), pp.129-133.

121. Klausen, A.M., 1964. Technical Assistance And Social Conflict: A Case Study From The Indo-Norwegian Fishing Project In Kerala, South India. Journal of Peace Research, 1(1), pp.5-18.

122. Korakandy, R., 1984. Purse Seine Fishing in Kerala: Its Economics and Politics. Economic and Political Weekly, pp.566-570.

123. Kuldeep, N., 2010. Impact, Adaptation And Vulnerability Of Marine Fisheries To Climate Change: A Case Study Of Kerala.

124. Kurien, J. and Achari, T.T., 1990. Overfishing Along Kerala Coast: Causes And Consequences. Economic and Political Weekly, pp.2011-2018.

125. Kurien, J., 1985. Technical Assistance Projects And Socio-Economic Change: Norwegian Intervention In Kerala's Fisheries Development. Economic and Political Weekly, pp.A70-A88.

126. Kusunose, Y., Mahmood, R. 2016. Imperfect Forecasts And Decision Making In Agriculture, Agricultural Systems, 146, 103-110.

127. Lakshmi, A., 2018. Report Of The National Workshop On Small-Scale Fisheries, Cyclone Ockhi And Disaster Risk Management 29 To 30 May, 2018, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.

128. Lemos et. Al. 2014. Moving Climate Information off the Shelf: Boundary Chains and the Role of RISAs as Adaptive Organizations, American Meteorological Society

129. Lemos, M.C., Morehouse, B. J. 2005. The Co-Production Of Science And Policy In Integrated Climate Assessments, Global Environmental Change, 15, 57–68.

130. Mehta, L. et al. 2019. Climate Change And Uncertainty From ‘Above’ And ‘Below’: Perspectives From India. Regional Environmental Change, 19, 1533–1547.

131. Mohan, B., Balasubramaniam, S. and Kandoran, M.K., 1996. Technological Gaps Among Fishermen Operating Motorised And Non-Motorised Fishing Crafts.

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133. Nair, K.V. and Jayaprakash, A.A., 1983. Clash Between Purse Seine And Artisanal Fishermen At Cochin. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series, 49, pp.14-16.

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136. Paul, A., 2005. Rise, Fall, And Persistence In Kadakkodi: An Enquiry Into The Evolution Of A Community Institution For Fishery Management In Kerala, India. Environment and Development Economics, 10(1), pp.33-51.

137. Pillai, V.N. and Nair, P.G., 2010. Potential Fishing Zone (PFZ) Advisories-Are They Beneficial To The Coastal Fisherfolk? A Case Study Along Kerala Coast, South India. In Biological Forum(Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 46-55).

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145. Sajna, V.H., Zacharia, P.U., Liya, V.B., Rojith, G., Somy, K., Joseph, D. and Grinson, G. 2019. Effect Of Climate Variability On The Fishery Of Indian Oil Sardine Along Kerala Coast. Journal of Coastal Research, 86 (1), pp.184-192.

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147. Salim, S.S., Kripa, V., Zachariah, P. U., Shridhar, N., Ambrose, T.V. 2014. Climate Change Awareness, Preparedness, Adaptation And Mitigation Strategies: Fisherfolks Perception In Coastal Kerala, Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries, Vol. 2, 670-681.

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149. Santha, S.D., 2015. Adaptation To Coastal Hazards: The Livelihood Struggles Of A Fishing Community In Kerala, India. Disasters, 39(1), pp.69-85.

150. Selvan, C. et. al. Shoreline Change Along Kerala, South‑West Coast Of India, Using Geo‑Spatial Techniques And Field Measurement, Natural Hazards, 100, 17-38.

151. Serafin, M. 2017. Weather Forecasting and the Remaking of Chicago Tradition. Review of Daipha’s work, European Journal of Sociology, 58 (3), 485-492.

152. Shanis, R., Salim, SS., Manjebrayakath, H., Ganga, U., Manjusha, U. and Pillai, N. 2014. Deep-Sea Shrimp Fishery Operations In Kerala Coast: Problems And Prospects. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies, 1(6), pp.237-242.

153. Shyam, S. S., Manjusha, U., Pushkaran, K.N., Suresh, V.K. and Sunil, P.V., 2016. Assessment Of Socio-Economic Impact Of Mud Bank Fisheries Along Punnapra, Kerala. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies, 4(2), pp.32-39.

154. Shyam, S.S., Aswathy, N. And Elizabeth James, H., 2019. Assessing Fisher’s Perception On Disaster Management Across Coastal Kerala. Journal Of Indian Fisheries Association, 45(1), Pp.47-53.

155. Shyam, S.S., Kripa, V., Zacharia, P.U., Mohan, A. and Ambrose, T.V., 2014. Vulnerability Assessment Of Coastal Fisher Households In Kerala: A Climate Change Perspective. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 61(4), pp.99-104.

156. Shyam, S.S., Kripa, V., Zacharia, P.U., Shridhar, N. And Ambrose, T.V., 2014. Climate Change Awareness, Preparedness, Adaptation And Mitigation Strategies: Fisherfolks Perception In Coastal Kerala. Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries, 2, pp.670-681.

157. Sreekumar, T.T. 2011. ICTs and Development in India, London: Anthem Press.

158. Steyn, J. and Das, M., 2015. Claims Of Mobile Phone Use By Kerala Fishermen Not Supported by fieldwork. ICTs for Inclusive Communities in Developing Societies, pp.107-142.

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