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(March 1999 listing)
Forest Service Employees Value Survey. 1990.
Principal Investigators: James Kennedy (Utah State Univ), Thomas
Quigley (PNW Station)
A survey was conducted on how Forest Service employees perceive
the relation between their own values, agency values, and values
of the public.
Cost: BMNRI-10K; Total-10K
- Cramer, L.; Kennedy, J.;
Krannich, R.; Quigley, T. 1986. Changing Forest Service Values
and Their Implications for Land Management Decisions Affecting
Resource-Dependent Communities. Rural Sociology. 58(3): 475-491.
- Kennedy, J.; Krannich,
R.; Quigley, T.; Cramer, L. 1992. How Employees View the USDA
Forest Service Value and Reward System. Technical Report, Salt
Lake City, UT: Utah State University Agricultural Experiment Station.