Using Modern Missing Data Analyses for effective inference about Hunters’ satisfaction towards OFW Program. Muhammad Imran Khan. Motivation of Study. Hunting & fishing are part of Nebraska's heritage NGPC is interested in improving hunter/angler r ecruitment & retention ( NGPC,2008 )
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Muhammad Imran Khan
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Special Thanks to:
Dr. Andrew Tyre, Uni. Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Dr. Lisa Pennisi, Uni. Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Dr. Allan McCutcheon, Uni. Of Nebraska, Lincoln
Nebraska Game & Parks Commission
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