${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Assessing a social norms approach for improving recreational fisheries compliance 80% feeling that “breaking any regulation is wrong.” Yet, as predicted by the SNA, interviewees often overestimated the non-compliance and negative attitudes of other anglers, particularly as their social proximity decreased. Interviewees with the greatest misperceptions were also less compliant. The social norms present in the Eastern Cape rock and surf fishery fulfil the criteria required for the application of the SNA, suggesting that this approach may provide a suitable normative intervention for improving compliance to be used in conjunction with instrumental approaches in recreational fisheries.]]> Tue 09 Aug 2022 04:47:33 SAST ]]> Limitations of the random response technique and a call to implement the ballot box method for estimating recreational angler compliance using surveys: Tue 09 Aug 2022 04:33:04 SAST ]]> Towards a norm of compliance in recreational fisheries Thu 29 Sep 2022 14:24:30 SAST ]]>