by Richard Hummel
University of Wisconsin Press, 1994
Paper: 978-0-87972-646-1 | Cloth: 978-0-87972-645-4
Library of Congress Classification SK14.3.H86 1994

Why do humans continue to hunt and fish for sport, especially in the face of growing public opposition? Why are the social sciences so reluctant to investigate these popular human sporting recreations? How do the new technological advances in hunting and fishing equipment affect the sporting standards of "fair play?" How are hunting and fishing portrayed in the popular culture media of film and boys' adventure literature? These questions and more are answered by the author who takes the reader afield with him as he travels to various parts of three continents in order to experience first-hand what commercial hunting opportunities offer their customers.

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