Using websites to influence visitor behaviour

Smith, Liam, Angus, Warrick, Ballantyne, Roy and Packer, Jan (2011) Using websites to influence visitor behaviour. Journal of the International Zoo Educators Association, 47 38-41.

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Author Smith, Liam
Angus, Warrick
Ballantyne, Roy
Packer, Jan
Title Using websites to influence visitor behaviour
Journal name Journal of the International Zoo Educators Association
ISSN 1040-5208
Publication date 2011
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 47
Start page 38
End page 41
Total pages 4
Place of publication Liebefeld, Switzerland
Publisher International Zoo Educators Association
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract Zoos and aquariums are well-positioned to educate large numbers of visitors regarding the consequences of human activities for animals and the environment, to facilitate personal reflection on environmental actions and encourage the adoption of pro-wildlife behaviors. Indeed, most modern zoos stress the importance of both conservation and education in their mission statements, although few have been able to effectively demonstrate their impact in this regard.
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Institutional Status UQ

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