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Abstract A 1998 statewide study was compared to a study conducted in 1986 to determine whether the representation of selected stakeholder groups and public attitudes regarding selected wildlife management issues in Utah have changed over time. Specifically, the following constructs were...
Abstract Quality Deer Management (QDM) is emerging as a paradigm for managing white‐tailed deer populations. Examining ethical and social issues is an integral part of evaluating QDM theory and practice. Hunters’ perceptions of QDM often differ from wildlife managers’, especially with respect to...
Abstract Wildlifers seldom write about ethics, yet ethical issues are among the most intractable of wildlife management issues. Society's value orientations about wildlife have been changing slowly over the last several decades. An increasingly urbanized and educated population no longer...
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