Attitudes toward marine wildlife: designing a focus group analysis for culturally diverse settings
Unna Lassiter, Jennifer R. Wolch, Alec Brownlow, University of Southern California. Sea Grant Institutional Program, University of Southern California. Dept. of Geography
University of Southern California, Dept. of Geography, 1998 - Nature - 70 pages
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1411 Base information African American anecdotes Angeles resident Animal construction Animal experience animal related organization Animal rights Animal welfare anthropomorphising Appendix Asian attitude formation attitudes toward animals attitudes toward marine background Biophilia Burgess Chicana clarified the social coastal zone coding tree coexistence Construction of animals context Critical focus group cultural diversity cultural models demographic diversity and attitudes dog fights Dominionistic Education emerged Environmental stewardship environmental values Environmentalist-naturalist ethnic Family-social network female Filipina fish focus group analysis focus group discussions focus group research Food Gender Anthropocentric Gender Biocentric Goss human identify Immigrant important instance interactions interpretation Kellert's Key topic Latina Lofland Lunt magic marine animals marine wildlife models of attitudes Newbury Park NU*DIST participants Perceptions-knowledge practices relating processes qualitative questionnaire questions Recreation recruitment related to marine Religion second topic social construction Southern California Speakers specific technique traditions transcripts University of Wisconsin-Madison Unna Utilitarian-dominionistic Utilitarian-stewardship Value-attitudes wild Wolch