Moral dimensions of human-wildlife conflict
Publication and Source
Lute, M., Navarrete, C.D., Nelson, M.P. & Gore, M.L. (2016). Moral dimensions of human-wildlife conflict. Conservation Biology.
This article presents research on what influences wolf stakeholders' values and behaviors. The authors aimed to address the usefulness of the intrinsic value of wolves in identifying people's emotions toward the animal. The study found links between intrinsic values, emotions and cognitions, and behavior. This information may be useful in informing interventions through use of agreement over intrinsic values.