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  • Sense-of-place writings have proliferated in recent years, yet research suffers from a relative lack of construct clarity and hypothesis testing. This research presents a model of sense of place based in conventional social psychology: cognitions, attitudes, identities, and behavioral intentions located in and fundamentally about place. A survey of property owners in Vilas County, Wisconsin, revealed the importance of symbolic meanings as underpinning both place satisfaction, conceptualized as an attitude toward a setting, and attachment, conceptualized as personal identification with a setting. In turn, attachment, satisfaction, and meanings all have independent effects on willingness to engage in behaviors that maintain or enhance valued attributes of the setting. ()
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  • 633 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 10.1177/0013916502034005001 ()
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  • 581 ()
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  • 1180 ()
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  • 5 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2002-09-01 ()
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  • SAGE Publications ()
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  • 18373 ()
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  • 62 ()
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  • 561 ()
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  • TOWARD A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF PLACE: PREDICTING BEHAVIOR FROM PLACE-BASED COGNITIONS, ATTITUDE AND IDENTITY ()
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  • 34 ()

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