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Introduction: Complex Problems: Using a Biosocial Approach to Understanding Human-Wildlife Interactions
Catherine M. Hill

Chapter 1. People, Perceptions and 'Pests': Human-Wildlife Interactions and the Politics of Conflict
Phyllis C. Lee

Chapter 2. Block, Push or Pull? Three Responses to Monkey Crop-Raiding in Japan
John Knight

Chapter 3. 
Unintended Consequences in Conservation: How Conflict Mitigation May Raise the Conflict Level
 - The Case of Wolf Management in Norway
Ketil Skogen

Chapter 4. Badger-Human Conflict: An Overlooked Historical Context for Bovine TB Debates in the UK
Angela Cassidy

Chapter 5. Savage Values: Conservation and Personhood in Southern Suriname
Marc Brightman

Chapter 6
. Wildlife Value Orientations as an Approach to Understanding the Social Context of Human-Wildlife Conflict

Alia M. Dietsch, Michael J. Manfredo and Tara L. Teel 

Chapter 7. A Long Term Comparison of Local Perceptions of Crop Loss to Wildlife at Kibale National Park, Uganda: Exploring Consistency Across Individuals and Sites
Lisa Naughton-Treves, Jessica L’Roe, Andrew L’Roe and Adrian Treves

Chapter 8. Conservation Conflict Transformation: Addressing the Missing Link in Wildlife Conservation
Francine Madden and Brian McQuinn

Chapter 9. Engaging Farmers and Understanding Their Behaviour to Develop Effective Deterrents to Crop Damage by Wildlife
Graham E. Wallace and Catherine M. Hill

Chapter 10. Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at Sites of Negative Human-Wildlife Interactions: Current Applications and Future Developments
Amanda D. Webber, Stewart Thompson, Neil Bailey and Nancy E. C. Priston


Understanding Conflicts about Wildlife

A Biosocial Approach

Edited by Catherine M. Hill, Amanda D. Webber and Nancy E. C. Priston

228 pages, 18 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78533-462-7 Hb Published (May 2017)

eISBN 978-1-78533-463-4 eBook