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Evaluating urban wildlife management actions: An exploration of antecedent cognitive variables

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2000

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Whittaker, Douglas Paul, 2000, Evaluating urban wildlife management actions: An exploration of antecedent cognitive variables: Colorado State University.

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Addressing urban wildlife conflicts has become a wildlife management priority, but public acceptability can limit choices among conflict prevention and response actions. Theoretically based survey research is crucial to understanding public acceptability and the development of consensus solutions. The dissertation presents three papers that explore relationships between the acceptability of urban wildlife management actions and antecedent cognitive variables. Data come from a 1996-97 mail survey of 971 Anchorage, Alaska residents focused on moose, bear, and geese management issues. Applying a "cognitive hierarchy" framework, the papers use descriptive statistics, confirmatory factor analyses, and structural equation modeling to measure [...]

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