The HABRI Central Team continues to monitor emerging research and information about the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit our collection of resources, https://habricentral.org/features/covid-19 close

 
You are here: Home / Tags / Public opinion / Journal Articles

Tags: Public opinion

Resources (1-20 of 70)

  1. Guard Dogs or Guide Dogs? Adequacy vs. Quality in the Accreditation of Teacher Education

    Contributor(s):: Dill, William R.

  2. A Survey of Public Opinion on Cat (Felis catus) Predation and the Future Direction of Cat Management in New Zealand

    Contributor(s):: Jessica K Walker, Stephanie J Bruce, Arnja R Dale

    Cat predation is a prominent issue in New Zealand that provokes strong and opposing views. We explored, via 1011 face-to-face questionnaires, public opinion on (a) support for a National Cat Management Strategy (78% support); (b) concern regarding predation of wildlife by owned and un-owned cats...

  3. Nuisance American alligators: an investigation into trends and public opinion

    Contributor(s):: Eversole, Cord B., Henke, Scott E., Ogdee, Jacob L., Wester, David B., Cooper, Amos

  4. Comment on Siemer et al. (2013)/Response to Perryman comment on Siemer et al. (2013)

    Contributor(s):: Perryman, Heidi, Siemer, William F., Decker, Daniel J., Jonker, Sandra A.

  5. Public perceptions of wildlife-associated disease: risk communication matters

    Contributor(s):: Decker, D. J., Siemer, W. F., Evensen, D. T. N., Stedman, R. C., McComas, K. A., Wild, M. A., Castle, K. T., Leong, K. M.

  6. Public perceptions of bears and management interventions in Japan

    Contributor(s):: Sakurai, R., Jacobson, S. K.

  7. Public perceptions of the ethics of in-vitro meat: determining an appropriate course of action

    Contributor(s):: Laestadius, L. I.

    While in vitro animal meat (IVM) is not yet commercially available, the public has already begun to form opinions of IVM as a result of news stories and events drawing attention to its development. As such, we can discern public perceptions of the ethics of IVM before its commercial release. This...

  8. Fish consumption: choices in the intersection of public concern, fish welfare, food security, human health and climate change

    Contributor(s):: Rocklinsberg, H.

    Future global food insecurity due to growing population as well as changing consumption demands and population growth is sometimes suggested to be met by increase in aquaculture production. This raises a range of ethical issues, seldom discussed together: fish welfare, food security, human...

  9. Attitudes of College Undergraduates Towards Coyotes (Canis latrans) in an Urban Landscape: Management and Public Outreach Implications

    Full-text: Available

    Contributor(s):: Megan M. Draheim, Katheryn W. Patterson, Larry L. Rockwood, Gregory A. Guagnano, E. Christien M. Parsons

    Understanding and assessing the public’s attitudes towards urban wildlife is an important step towards creating management plans, increasing knowledge and awareness, and fostering coexistence between people and wildlife. We conducted a survey of undergraduate college students in the...

  10. Reframing Menstruation in India: Metamorphosis of the Menstrual Taboo With the Changing Media Coverage

    Contributor(s):: Yagnik, Arpan Shailesh

  11. Cloning the wild mouflon

    Contributor(s):: Heatherington, Tracey

  12. Vegaphobia: derogatory discourses of veganism and the reproduction of speciesism in UK national newspapers

    Contributor(s):: Cole, Matthew

  13. White House Or Animal House?

    Contributor(s):: Kehl, James A.

  14. New dog: old tricks

    Contributor(s):: Greene, M.

    In this article, the author examines the strategy underlying the code of ethical practice established by Genetic Savings & Clone (GSC) as they progressed toward commerical cloning of campanion animals.

  15. Understanding animal companion surplus in the United States: relinquishment of nonadoptables to animal shelters for euthanasia

    Contributor(s):: Kass, P. H., New, J. C., Jr., Scarlett, J. M., Salman, M. D.

    Relinquishing a nonhuman animal to a shelter is a complex decision that, it is often believed, ultimately may represent a breakdown of the human-animal bond. The result of such a breakdown is an animal companion surplus in the United States, which is no better evidenced than by the statistics...

  16. Visitors' perception of recreation and wildlife observation opportunities at McInnis National Conservation area

    Contributor(s):: Ponds, Phadrea D.

    The study surveys on visitors' perception of recreation and wildlife observation opportunities at the Mclnnis Canyons NCA (formerly the Colorado Canyon National Conservation Area). Two surveys were conducted during the spring and summer to gather information about wildlife observation at three...

  17. Perceptions and attitudes of a Maasai community regarding wildlife-damage compensation, conservation, and the predators that prey on their livestock

    Contributor(s):: Rodriguez, Shari Lynn

    Worldwide, carnivore numbers are declining, largely due to conflict with humans. Wildlife-damage compensation schemes are one potential way to increase tolerance for carnivores while minimizing financial losses people incur when carnivores prey on livestock. The Predator Compensation Fund (PCF)...

  18. The paradox of E-numbers: ethical, aesthetic, and cultural concerns in the Dutch discourse on food additives

    Contributor(s):: Haen, D.

    Persistent public distrust of food additives is often explained in terms of safety and health issues. The broad variety of ethical, aesthetic, and cultural concerns tends to be structurally ignored by food engineers and occasionally even by consumers themselves. The public controversy of food...

  19. Attitudes towards catch-and-release recreational angling, angling practices and perceptions of pain and welfare in fish in New Zealand

    Contributor(s):: Muir, R., Keown, A. J., Adams, N. J., Farnworth, M. J.

    Although there is still some debate regarding whether fish have the capacity to feel pain, recent scientific research seems to support the notion that fish can indeed suffer. However, the continued scientific discourse has led to questions regarding how members of the public perceive issues of...

  20. Aliens are among us -- but the worst we have to fear from them is homework