Local perception and community involvement in wildlife hunting in Nepal: A national assessment. Data from Randomized Response Survey.

Published: 22 April 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/chst89kt63.1
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Prakash Paudel

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There is a high chance of dishonest answers when issues being investigated are sensitive (e.g., noncompliance of government rules or illegal work etc.) . A number of approaches have been used to correct such biases by using specialized questioning techniques to ensure anonymity of respondents, which include, among others, three-card technique (Droitcour et al., 2001), item count (Miller, 1984), indirect questioning, nominative and randomized response . These methods assure anonymity of respondents by making it impossible to link data to personal identification.

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Data were collected from questionnaire survey in Nepal using randomized response techniques.

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Ecology, Survey, Attitude and Beliefs

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