Cultural diversity, cultural conflict, and attitudes toward marine wildlife
Lyndell Nelson Whitley, Jennifer R. Wolch, Roger Salisch, University of Southern California. Sea Grant Institutional Program, University of Southern California. Dept. of Geography
University of Southern California, Dept. of Geography, 1998 - Nature - 130 pages
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aesthetic African-American respondents agree with utilitarian animal rightist attitudes animal rights Asian language Asian respondents attitudes toward marine BEST describes Check the word Chi-Square analysis Chi-Square value controlling for education cultural diversity variables cultural groups Demographic Variables diploma or less Disagree No Opinion duration of residence Ecologically unimportant education and income English at home environment environmentalist attitudes gender Harmful Harmless Hispanic and African-American Hispanic respondents home language household type language at home largest share Lesser animal levels of education lived in Southern Low Moderate Medium lower education marine theme park marine wildlife Moderate Medium High nativity negativistic and utilitarian negativistic attitudes non-native respondents percentage preference scores PREFERENCES AND INTERACTIONS Probability value quartile race/ethnicity religion respondents who spoke sample Sea Otter second language socio-economic Southern California Spanish at home spoke English spoke Spanish Strongly Dislike Check Table Unattractive Uninteresting utilitarian and negativistic utilitarian attitudes white and Asian white respondents word that BEST