‘It's in my blood now’: the satisfaction of rangers working in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

@article{Moreto2016ItsIM,
  title={‘It's in my blood now’: the satisfaction of rangers working in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda},
  author={William D. Moreto and A. Lemieux and Matt R. Nobles},
  journal={Oryx},
  year={2016},
  volume={50},
  pages={655 - 663}
}
Abstract Investigating the human dimension of conservation science warrants an interdisciplinary approach. Criminologists and criminal justice scholars have begun to empirically examine various issues that are directly related to conservation, including wildlife law enforcement. This qualitative study of job satisfaction among law enforcement rangers in a protected area in Uganda contributes to both criminal justice and conservation science. Based on interviews and participant observation we… Expand
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