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Moses Adjei

Postdoctoral Fellow (WP5)

Moses Adjei is a Marine Social Scientist and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the School of Science and the Environment at Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Grenfell Campus. He has been working on FOCI’s WP5 – ‘Building collaborative interdisciplinary research infrastructure in Atlantic Canada’s lobster fisheries’. Within the past year, Moses has collaborated with FOCI’s WP5 team and leaders of Lobster Fisheries Associations (Lobster Node) to co-develop a survey and interview tools for tracking the socio-economic benefits of lobster to communities, municipalities, and Provinces in Atlantic Canada. Moses has also participated in several conferences and seminars under the FOCI project in Canada. He has strong research interest and experience in working with coastal communities. Specifically, Moses’ research focuses on women and gender, coastal livelihoods and wellbeing and marine resource governance. His studies have been published in reputable journals including Journal of Urban Affairs, Journal of Comparative Family studies, Rural Sociology, Ocean and Coastal Management, The Extractive Industries and Society, and Gender, Place and Culture, Coastal Management and Maritime Affairs.  

Moses Adjei
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