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What is “Jurisprudence of Fisheries” ?

水産大学校研究報告 Volume 56 Issue 1 Page 75-81
published_at 2007-11
56-1-75-81.pdf
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Title
「水産法学」に関する研究教育の一例
What is “Jurisprudence of Fisheries” ?
Creators Saishu Taro
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Marine Fisheries Fishery Regulations Fishery Policy Fishery Dispute
“Jurisprudence of Fisheries” is a newly-coined term that represents a course offered by National University of Fisheries. In terms of contents, this course consists of two parts : Part 1 deals with national legislation on fisheries, and Part 2 with international regulations on marine fisheries. However, it is undeniable that the term “Jurisprudence of Fisheries” is somewhat ambiguous in meaning, not to mention that there is no such academic discipline as corresponds to the term. Nevertheless, in view of the fact that this course is actually being lectured and researched at universities. I think it is imperative to define the term as clearly as possible. Therefore, in this paper I will explore the concept of “Jurisprudence of Fisheries”, both as a course and as a research subject. This paper is composed of three main parts: in Part 1, I will consider the definition of the term: in Part 2, I will suggest what should be taught in the course; in Part3, I will discuss the possibility of “Jurisprudence of Fisheries” as a research subject.
Languages jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publishers 水産大学校
Date Issued 2007-11
File Version Version of Record
Access Rights open access
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[ISSN]0370-9361