Jenny Anne Glikman
Jenny Anne Glikman
Instituto de Estudios Sociales Avanzados (IESA-CSIC)
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Quantity does not always mean quality: The importance of qualitative social science in conservation research
NA Rust, A Abrams, DWS Challender, G Chapron, A Ghoddousi, ...
Society & natural resources 30 (10), 1304-1310, 2017
Residents’ support for wolf and bear conservation: the moderating influence of knowledge
JA Glikman, JJ Vaske, AJ Bath, P Ciucci, L Boitani
European Journal of Wildlife Research 58, 295-302, 2012
Human–wildlife interactions: turning conflict into coexistence
B Frank, JA Glikman, S Marchini
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Attitudes towards returning wolves (Canis lupus) in Germany: Exposure, information sources and trust matter
U Arbieu, M Mehring, N Bunnefeld, P Kaczensky, I Reinhardt, H Ansorge, ...
Biological Conservation 234, 202-210, 2019
Human-wildlife conflicts and the need to include coexistence
B Frank, JA Glikman
Human–wildlife interactions: Turning conflict into coexistence 23, 1-19, 2019
Heterogeneity among rural resident attitudes toward wolves
CC Sponarski, C Semeniuk, JA Glikman, AJ Bath, M Musiani
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 18 (4), 239-248, 2013
Consumer demand and traditional medicine prescription of bear products in Vietnam
EO Davis, JA Glikman, B Crudge, V Dang, M Willemsen, T Nguyen, ...
Biological Conservation 235, 119-127, 2019
Have farmers had enough of experts?
NA Rust, P Stankovics, RM Jarvis, Z Morris-Trainor, JR de Vries, J Ingram, ...
Environmental management, 1-14, 2021
Understanding public perceptions and motivations around bear part use: A study in northern Laos of attitudes of Chinese tourists and Lao PDR nationals
EO Davis, D O'Connor, B Crudge, A Carignan, JA Glikman, ...
Biological conservation 203, 282-289, 2016
An updated analysis of the consumption of tiger products in urban Vietnam
EO Davis, M Willemsen, V Dang, D O’Connor, JA Glikman
Global Ecology and Conservation 22, e00960, 2020
Understanding the prevalence of bear part consumption in Cambodia: A comparison of specialised questioning techniques
JAG Elizabeth Oneita Davis, Brian Crudge, Thona Lim, David O’Connor, Vichet ...
Plos One 14 (2), e0211544., 2019
Usage, definition, and measurement of coexistence, tolerance and acceptance in wildlife conservation research in Africa
J Knox, K Ruppert, B Frank, CC Sponarski, JA Glikman
Ambio 50, 301-313, 2021
Updated geographic range maps for giraffe, Giraffa spp., throughout sub‐Saharan Africa, and implications of changing distributions for conservation
D O'connor, J Stacy‐Dawes, A Muneza, J Fennessy, K Gobush, MJ Chase, ...
Mammal Review 49 (4), 285-299, 2019
Local attitudes toward Apennine brown bears: Insights for conservation issues
JA Glikman, P Ciucci, A Marino, EO Davis, AJ Bath, L Boitani
Conservation Science and Practice 1 (5), e25, 2019
Segmenting normative beliefs regarding wolf management in central Italy
JA Glikman, AJ Bath, JJ Vaske
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 15 (5), 347-358, 2010
Exploring saiga horn consumption in Singapore
M Theng, JA Glikman, EJ Milner-Gulland
Oryx 52 (4), 736-743, 2018
Influencing consumer demand is vital for tackling the illegal wildlife trade
D Veríssimo, JA Glikman
People and Nature 2 (4), 872-876, 2020
Human-wildlife interactions: Multifaceted approaches for turning conflict into coexistence
JA Glikman, B Frank, S Marchini
Human-wildlife interactions: Turning conflict into coexistence, 439-452, 2019
Predictors of extreme negative feelings toward coyote in Newfoundland
B Frank, JA Glikman, M Sutherland, AJ Bath
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 21 (4), 297-310, 2016
Coexisting with different human-wildlife coexistence perspectives
JA Glikman, B Frank, KA Ruppert, J Knox, CC Sponarski, EC Metcalf, ...
Frontiers in Conservation Science 2, 703174, 2021
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