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Trust is a must: What is involved in trusting those who manage forest fires?Author(s): Adam Liljeblad; Bill Borrie; Alan Watson
Source: Natural Inquirer, Wildland Fire Edition. 13: 42-48.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionTrust is a complicated emotion. In the past, many social scientists have studied trust. They discovered that trust involves a number of beliefs and emotions. The scientists in this study were interested in learning more about trust. They believed that forest managers can do a better job if people trust them to do what is best for citizens and the environment (figure 1).
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CitationLiljeblad, Adam; Borrie, Bill; Watson, Alan. 2010. Trust is a must: What is involved in trusting those who manage forest fires? Natural Inquirer, Wildland Fire Edition. 13: 42-48.
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