Environmental Values 28 (6):665-691 (2019)

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Mihnea Tănăsescu
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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This paper analyses the ways in which human knowledge of the golden jackal is formed in the case of a rural community of the Romanian Danube Delta. We focus on the territory where humans and jackals overlap and, by using wildlife monitoring alongside interviews and participant observation with humans, we detail how villagers come to have a particularly negative view of this resident canid. Foregrounding the jackal's highly symbolic nature, we trace the development of the community's knowledge of this animal via historical, ecological and geographical factors. Finally, we recommend ways in which our findings could be used in future management plans and draw out the implications for future rewilding practices.
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DOI 10.3197/096327119x15579936382545
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