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Ethnological Values and Opportunities for Establishing a Heritage Policy around Tuna-trapping in Andalusia (Spain)

 

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Author: Florido del Corral, David
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Antropología Social
Date: 2013
Published in: Internarional Journal of Intangible Heritage, Vol.8, 54-70
Document type: Article
Abstract: The subject of this study is tuna fishing with traps (also called pound nets and seines) traditionally carried out off the Atlantic coast of Andalusia in the Straits of Gibraltar. The study is divided into two main parts: the first sets out a concept of heritage that stresses its ethnological angle. A range of cultural aspects and facets of fishing that may be applied in classifying tuna-trapping as heritage is offered, with emphasis on the immaterial and intangible. The second part reconstructs the evaluation of tunatrapping in two distinct ways: one relating to its memory and undeniable fascination for generations of writers and other artists who have focused their attention on fishing; the second offers strategies for classifying certain aspects of present-day tuna-trapping that could be validated as "heritage", to illustrate real and possible, good and poor management practices.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/17462

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