Fort Hays State University's Brett Zollinger, associate professor of sociology and director of the Docking Institute of Public Affairs, recently co-wrote a book chapter entitled "We All Can Just Get Along: The Social Constructions of Prairie Dog Stakeholders and the Use of a Transactional Management Approach in Devising a Species Conservation Plan."
This chapter was co-written with Steve Daniels of Utah State University. It was released during the summer by Brill publishers in "Mad About Wildlife: Looking at Social Conflict Over Wildlife."
At the Midwest Sociological Society, an annual conference in Minneapolis, MN, in April, Zollinger made a presentation on the "New Environmental Paradigm Orientation Among Kansas Farmers and Its Influences On, Perceptions About, and Behavior Toward Deer Populations."
While attending the conference, Zollinger and Darren Hendrickson of Eastern Illinois University co-presented on "Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Sources of Informational Spending."