Cultural diversity and attitudes toward marine wildlife: a conceptual framework
Lyndell Nelson Whitley, Jennifer R. Wolch, University of Southern California. Sea Grant Institutional Program, University of Southern California. Dept. of Geography
Dept. of Geography, University of Southern California, 1998 - Nature - 84 pages
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