Effects of Direct Human Interactions with Captive Tigers on Perceptions of Tiger Conservation Status.

Koss, Claire.

2013

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  • This study examines how public perceptions of various encounters with tigers may dilute clear conservation messaging. The study utilizes an online anonymous survey that exposes participants to photographs of tigers in different contexts and then asks the participants one survey question. The responses to the survey question were analyzed to understand whether these contexts affect perceptions of t... read more
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