Mark Damian Duda is executive director of Responsive Management. Over the past 35 years he has conducted over 1,000 studies on how people relate to the natural world. He is the author of four books on wildlife and outdoor recreation and more than 150 published articles and peer-reviewed papers. He is a certified wildlife biologist and social scientist and holds a masters degree in natural resource policy from Yale University. Topics Discussed:
Social science is why it matters for hunters.
Negotiating a place for wildlife on the landscape.
How to talk about hunting. (Book link)
Words Matter, pictures matter, tone matters.
Animal rights vs animal welfare vs animal dominianism.
Communicating Effectively: Ethos, Pathos, Logos
Hunting’s best arguments.
You can catch his episode here or anywhere you podcast.