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- Zabala, Aiora; Sandbrook, Chris; Mukherjee, Nibedita
- Conservation biology 2018 v.32 no.5 pp. 1185-1194
- attitudes and opinions; humans; issues and policy; landscapes; literature; methodology; researchers; stakeholders
- ... Understanding human perspectives is critical in a range of conservation contexts, for example, in overcoming conflicts or developing projects that are acceptable to relevant stakeholders. The Q methodology is a unique semiquantitative technique used to explore human perspectives. It has been applied for decades in other disciplines and recently gained traction in conservation. This paper helps res ...
- Pitt, R.; Wyborn, C.; Page, G.; Hutton, J.; Sawmy, M. Virah; Ryan, M.; Gallagher, L.
- Conservation biology 2018 v.32 no.5 pp. 998-1006
- biodiversity conservation; industry; issues and policy; learning; scientists; stakeholders; uncertainty
- ... Boundary organizations are situated between science, policy, and practice and have a goal of supporting communication and collaboration among these sectors. They have been promoted as a way to improve the effectiveness of conservation efforts by building stronger relationships between scientists, policy makers, industry, and practitioners (Cook et al. 2013). Although their promise has been discuss ...