Systematic review of Australian weed-related social surveys

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  • Published: 24 Apr 2013

  • Author(s): Aslin, Heather J , Kruger, Heleen , Thompson, Lyndal-Joy , Duncan, Alixaandrea

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This report systematically reviews Australian social survey research related to weeds. The social surveys reviewed in this report typically investigate factors such as stakeholders’ perceptions of weeds; what they do to address weed issues; what encourages or hinders them in taking action; and where they obtain weed-related information. The report analyses and discusses previously published research of this kind, the questions used in surveys, and the views of relevant experts about this research, and what directions future research should take.
This report is targeted at researchers undertaking weed-related social research and research funders, including government policy-makers and program managers responsible for relevant initiatives. More broadly, many sectors, as well as the Australian population as a whole, can benefit from more effective weed-related research, programs and policies.