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Title:Poznavanje naravovarstvene terminologije med mestnim in podeželskim prebivalstvom
Authors:Škof, Nasja (Author)
Šajna, Nina (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FNM - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Abstract:Eden izmed temeljnih pogojev za ohranjanje biodiverzitete je izobraževanje. Vedenje (poznavanje problema) zmanjšuje verjetnost napačnih odločitev pri načrtovanju. Poznavanje različnih oblik trajnostnega gospodarjenja omogoča ohranjanje ekosistemov, habitatov in habitatnih tipov. Ozaveščenost čim večjega števila ljudi pa je ključni dejavnik za ohranjanje biodiverzitete. S pomočjo ankete smo raziskali predvsem življenjski slog anketirancev, in sicer: kje kupujejo hrano; če imajo doma živali in obdelovalne površine (vrtove, njive); če v prostem času opravljajo kakšne aktivnosti v naravi… Anketirane smo razdelili v štiri podvzorce, prav tako smo podali tudi skupni vzorec celotne populacije glede na razpoložljive odgovore posameznega vprašanja v anketi. Pri poznavanju terminologije smo se osredotočili predvsem na termine kot so: biodiverziteta, Natura 2000 in svetovni dan biotske raznovrstnosti. Zanimalo nas je tudi poznavanje ogroženih vrst živali, rastlin in naravovarstvenih območij. Predvidevali smo, da ljudje, ki živijo bolj povezani z naravo bolje poznajo terminologijo, ogrožene organizme in zavarovana območja. Zavarovana območja, od najmanjših naravnih spomenikov do največjih parkov, v katera so vgrajena prizadevanja in trud generacij pred nami, so namreč bogastvo, najlepši dragulj, ki ga imamo v tej kroni, ki jo imenujemo narava. V vsakdanjem življenju se tega bogastva Slovenije velikokrat premalo zavedamo. V diplomskem delu smo naredili primerjavo med mestnim in podeželskim prebivalstvom, pri čemer smo ugotovili, da večji delež naših anketiranih predstavlja mestno prebivalstvo. Predvidevali smo, da ljudje, ki živijo na podeželju in hrano pridelajo doma, bolje poznajo zavarovana območja in ogrožene organizme. Na podlagi zbranih podatkov smo ugotovili, da je poznavanje naravovarstvene terminologije med anketiranci zelo slabo. Primerjava mestnega in podeželskega prebivalstva je pokazala, da je poznavanje naravovarstvene terminologije boljše pri podeželskem kot pri mestnem prebivalstvu. Pri poznavanju zavarovanih območij je največ anketiranih kot zavarovano območje zapisalo Triglavski narodni park, kar smo predvidevali in je tudi razumljivo, saj gre za edini in največji slovenski narodni park.
Keywords:poznavanje terminologije, zavarovano območje, biodiverziteta, Natura 2000, redke vrste.
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[N. Škof]
Source:Maribor
UDC:574.1(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22515208 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ET2XBUEO
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Language:English
Title:Knowlwdge of nature-protection terminology of urban and rural residents
Abstract:One of the main requirements of biodiversity conservation is education. Knowledge (understanding of the problem) reduces the possibility of incorrect decisions in terms of planning. Understanding of various types of sustainable management enables conservation of ecosystems, habitats and habitat types. Awareness of greatest possible number of people is the key factor in biodiversity conservation. Diploma thesis addresses people’s knowledge about nature conservation terminology. Using a survey respondent’s life style has been investigated; taking into consideration the following aspects: where they buy food, whether they have any animals or if they own cultivated areas such as gardens or fields and do they perform any activities in the nature. Respondents have been classified into four subgroups; a common pattern of the entire population has also been given, regarding the answers of specific questions of the survey. In the aspect of terminology knowledge the following terms have been regarded: biodiversity, Natura 2000, World Day of biological diversity. The knowledge of endangered animal species, plants and nature protection areas has also been investigated. It has been anticipated that people whose life style is nature related, have a better knowledge of terminology, are able to name more endangered organisms and are familiar with more protected areas. Protected areas, from the smallest natural monuments to the biggest parks, which reflect strain and effort of previous generations, are the wealth, the most beautiful jewel that we have in the crown called nature. This wealth of Slovenia is usually not recognized. The comparison between urban and country population has shown that the majority of respondents belongs to the urban population. It has been anticipated that people living in the country produce their own food and have a better knowledge of protected areas and endangered organisms. Based on gathered information it has been concluded that the knowledge of nature protection terminology among respondents is very poor. In comparison between urban and rural residents, the knowledge of nature conservation terminology is better within the latter group. . The terms biodiversity, Natura 2000, World Day of biological diversity and the knowledge of protected areas, endangered species and plants have been in the focus. In the aspect of protected areas the majority of respondents noted Triglav National park as a protected area, which has been anticipated and is comprehensible, since this is the only and the biggest Slovenian National park.
Keywords:Knowledge of terminology, protected area, biodiversity, Natura 2000, rare species


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