Predators in the landscape of humans - how landscape interpretations determine the place for large carnivores

Abstract

A study conducted in the rural community of Trysil in southeastern Norway sheds light on how attitudes toward large carnivores are rooted in people’s understandings of the landscape. 14 focus group sessions were conducted,... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Ketil Skogen (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research NINA)
  2. Silje Skuland (National Institute for Consumer Research)

Topic Areas

Topics: Discourses about Wildlife , Topics: Human Wildlife Conflict

Session

OS-A2 » HWC: Place Matters (10:30 - Monday, 11th January, Kirinyaga 2)

Presentation Files

Ketil_Skogen.pdf