New Featured Article!
“Flagships or Battleships: Deconstructing the Relationship between Social Conflict and Conservation Flagship Species”
July 25, 2018
The latest Environment and Society featured article is now available! This month’s article—”Flagships or Battleships: Deconstructing the Relationship between Social Conflict and Conservation Flagship Species”—comes from Volume 4 (2013). In their article, Leo R. Douglas and Diogo Veríssimo examine the multiple roles of flagships in conflicts including their part in human-wildlife conflicts and as symbols of broader sociopolitical disputes and show that the relationship between the co-occurrence of conflict and flagship species, while complex, illuminates important patterns and lessons that require further attention
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