The Structure of Job Satisfaction Among New England Fishermen and Its Application to Fisheries Management Policy
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This article examines the structure of job satisfaction among New England fishermen using three different measures. The various measures of job satisfaction were found to be complexly related to other sociocultural variables such as age, education, years of fishing experience, type of fishing, ethnicity, and home port. The policy implications of these findings are discussed as they relate to fishery development and management. 1988 American Anthropological Association
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Pollnac, Richard B., and John J. Poggie. "The Structure of Job Satisfaction Among New England Fishermen and Its Application to Fisheries Management Policy." American Anthropologist 90, 4 (1988). doi: 10.1525/aa.1988.90.4.02a00070.