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An Analysis of the Role of Beliefs, Social Identity, and Demographics on Seal Tolerance on Nantucket, MA

Final Project Research Summary 2018

M.S. in Animals and Public Policy
Class of 2017-2018

Bethany Beauregard
An analysis of the contribution of beliefs about seals (ecosystem impact beliefs, fisheries impact beliefs, public safety impact beliefs), angler identity, and sex to attitudes (seal tolerance scale) of Nantucket voters.

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Bethany Beauregard presenting, "An Analysis of the Role of Beliefs, Social Identity, and Demographics on Seal Tolerance on Nantucket, MA"

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