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How the Public Perceives Forestry (and Why It Matters)

Show simple item record Murray, Sarah Nelson, Peter 2005-12-01T20:32:05Z 2005-12-01T20:32:05Z 2005-10-24
dc.description.abstract Partial Abstract: This paper examines public perceptions of forestry — including how they are formed, what factors influence them, what some of the current perceptions of forestry in the Northwest are, and the implications for the forest conversion issue. One of the main concepts reviewed is that of social acceptability, which describes a judgment process in which individuals compare alternatives and decide which is the most acceptable practice or condition. en
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dc.language.iso en_US
dc.subject public perceptions en
dc.subject social acceptability en
dc.title How the Public Perceives Forestry (and Why It Matters) en
dc.type Technical Report en

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