|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