PERSEPSI, SIKAP DAN PERILAKU PARA GURU DI BALI TERHADAP KONSERVASI SATWA LIAR
AbstractThis paper describes how the attitude and behavior of Balinese teachers toward the
natural world and its conservation, mainly wild animal. For this purpose, we conducted
survey using a combination of open and closed-ended questions of high and middle school
teachers at eight regency/city in Bali. There were three main topics in this survey, i.e. attitude
toward wild animal, attitude about management of wild animal and behavior toward wild
animal. The results was indicated that Balinese teacher appreciation toward wild animal
very high in natural-aesthetic, habitat-ecologistic, and consumption but lacking scientistic
perspective. Concerning of wildlife conservation, we found a majority of the teachers
supported development projects if relatively significant human benefits were provided, and
regardless of its impact on the rarely or endangered animals. The behavior of more than
one-half Balinese teachers showed strong affection for particularly favored wild animal,
especially various species of birds. On the other hand, around three-fourth of the teachers
did not participate in activity of environmental conservation since last two years.
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