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A study of attitudes toward Big Island development issues

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Title: A study of attitudes toward Big Island development issues
Authors: Barbara Sunderland & Associates
Keywords: survey
opinion research
geothermal energy
LC Subject Headings: Regional planning--Hawaii--Hawaii Island--Public opinion
Public opinion--Hawaii--Hawaii Island
Economic policy--Public opinion
Public opinion
Regional planning--Public opinion
show 4 moreSocial policy--Public opinion
Hawaii Island (Hawaii)--Economic policy--Public opinion
Hawaii Island (Hawaii)--Social policy--Public opinion
Hawaii--Hawaii Island

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Issue Date: Sep 1987
Publisher: Barbara Sunderland & Associates
Citation: Barbara Sunderland & Associates. 1987. A study of attitudes toward Big Island development issues. Honolulu (HI): Barbara Sunderland & Associates.
Abstract: 77, [14] leaves ; 28 cm.
"This survey was aimed at determining how informed people feel about the development proposals, how widespread support is at present, what specific concerns will need to be addressed in Cook & Associates' educational program, and how opposition to the projects might be most appropriately addressed.
Topics: How residents feel ... about economic growth in Hawaii versus keeping things as they are now -- Should development decisions be made by residents of an affected area or by all citizens -- The respondent's single most important source of news and information about local events and activities -- How informed people feel about proposals for a space facility in Kau and the irradiation plant in Hilo ... -- Whether residents favor or oppose geothermal development on the Big Island and additional hotels and resorts in its Kona-Kohala district -- Attitude toward C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. -- Demographic characteristics of survey respondents ...
Sponsor: Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, State of Hawaii
Pages/Duration: 95 pages
Appears in Collections:The Geothermal Collection

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