Jeffrey Skibins
TitleCited byYear
Charisma and conservation: charismatic megafauna's influence on safari and zoo tourists' pro-conservation behaviors
JC Skibins, B Powell, Robert, JC Hallo
Biodiversity and Conservation, 2013
882013
Conservation caring: Measuring the influence of zoo visitors' connection to wildlife on pro‐conservation behaviors
JC Skibins, RB Powell
Zoo Biology 32 (5), 528-540, 2013
682013
Exploring empirical support for interpretation's best practices.
J Skibins, R Powell, M Stern
Journal of Interpretation Research 17 (1), 25-44, 2012
632012
Local‐scale dynamics and local drivers of bushmeat trade
A Nyaki, SA Gray, CA Lepczyk, JC Skibins, D Rentsch
Conservation Biology 28 (5), 1403-1414, 2014
402014
Quantifying the role of viewing the Denali “big 5” in visitor satisfaction and awareness: conservation implications for flagship recognition and resource management
JC Skibins, JC Hallo, JL Sharp, RE Manning
Human dimensions of wildlife 17 (2), 112-128, 2012
202012
Exploring the influence of charismatic characteristics on flagship outcomes in zoo visitors
JC Skibins, E Dunstan, K Pahlow
Human dimensions of wildlife 22 (2), 157-171, 2017
182017
Lucky 13: conservation implications of broadening “Big 5” flagship species recognition in East Africa
J Skibins, R Powell, J Hallo
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24 (7), 1024-1040, 2016
172016
Ambassadors or Attractions? Disentangling the Role of Flagship Species in Wildlife Tourism
JC Skibins
Animals and Tourism: Understanding Diverse Relationships 67, 2015
112015
‘I’d like to be just a bit closer’: wildlife viewing proximity preferences at Denali National Park & Preserve
RI Verbos, CAB Zajchowski, MTJ Brownlee, JC Skibins
Journal of Ecotourism 17 (4), 409-424, 2018
62018
Understanding Visitors' Commitment to Grizzly Bear Conservation at Denali National Park and Preserve
Verbos, R. I., Brownlee, M. T. J., Skibins, Jeffrey C.
Alaska Park Science 14 (1), 60 - 69, 2015
62015
Connect and protect: The benefits of flagship species
J Skibins
International Zoo Educators 50, 17-18, 2014
52014
Evaluation of the brown bear viewing experience at Katmai National Park and Preserve: Implications for management
JC Skibins, RL Sharp
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 22 (5), 476-482, 2017
42017
A method to value nature-related webcam viewing: the value of virtual use with application to brown bear webcam viewing
J Loomis, L Richardson, C Huber, J Skibins, R Sharp
Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 7 (4), 452-462, 2018
32018
Interpretation and tourism: Holy grail or emperor’s robes
B Weiler, JC Skibins, K Markwell
International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 2016
32016
Linking interpretation best practices with outcomes: A review of literature
RB Powell, JC Skibins, MJ Stern
Clemson University and US National Park Service, National Education Council, 2010
32010
Binge watching bears: efficacy of real vs. virtual flagship exposure
JC Skibins, R Sharp
Journal of Ecotourism 18 (2), 152-164, 2019
22019
Exploratory Social Network Analysis of Stakeholder Organizations Along the Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor.
P Holladay, JC Skibins, FJ Zach, M Arze
Journal of Park & Recreation Administration 35 (4), 2017
22017
THE INFLUENCE OF FLAGSHIP SPECIES ON IN SITU AND EX SITU WILDLIFE TOURISTS' CONNECTION TO WILDLIFE AND PRO-CONSERVATION BEHAVIORS
J Skibins
22012
THE INFLUENCE OF FLAGSHIP SPECIES ON IN SITU AND EX SITU WILDLIFE TOURISTS’ CONNECTION TO WILDLIFE AND PRO-CONSERVATION BEHAVIORS
JC Skibins
Clemson University, 2012
22012
Eliciting and modelling zoo visitors' values as predictors of receptiveness to interpretive messages, emotions and behavioural intentions
B Weiler, J Skibins, K Markwell, R Saunders, E Dunstan
Southern Cross University, 2016
12016
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