Diverging viewpoints on tiger conservation: A Q-method study and survey of conservation professionals in India

@inproceedings{Rastogi2013DivergingVO,
  title={Diverging viewpoints on tiger conservation: A Q-method study and survey of conservation professionals in India},
  author={Archi Rastogi and Gordon M. Hickey and Ruchi Badola and Syed Ainul Hussain},
  year={2013}
}
abstract Biodiversity conservation often involves contentious and complex decision-making dilemmas that do not have clear solutions yet need urgent attention. Such problems typically involve stakeholders with diver- gent viewpoints and interests, leading to disagreement, controv ersy and politic al disput e. In these situ- ations it becomes critical for conserv ation managers and policy-makers to distingu ish the worldviews driving the debate. Focusing on the case of tiger conservation in India… CONTINUE READING

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