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SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
The Communication Process
Motivation and Needs
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absentee group absentee owners active managers adopter group adoption behavior adoption level increases animal damage awareness barriers to increased birdfeeding birdwatching brush piles choices communication channel concerning wildlife conducted conservation context analysis education programs F-test factors farmers firewood fishing food plots forest forestry habitat management behavior hectares help wildlife high adopters high-day absentees high-potential hunting important increased wildlife individual innovation interest in wildlife involved land for wildlife land management landowner group Leagans low adopters low-day absentees low-potential market groups mass media motivational needs NFR A-hi A-lo non-adopters nonfarm residents nonrespondents opportunities participation rates perceived percentages potential proportion questionnaire ranking recreational activities Region respondents Rogers and Shoemaker rural landowner audience rural lands sample towns Shoemaker 1971 significant differences specific survey survey sample Table tion topics Total landowners trees upstate New York wildlife adoption wildlife extension program wildlife habitat management wildlife management wildlife practices wildlife-related recreation woodlands