Part 1 Wildlife Policy Issues: Intergovernmental Dilemma in Policy Implementation, William R. Mangun and Jean C. Mangun; The Theory and Application of a Wildlife Policy Framework, Stephen R. Kellert and Tim W. Clark. Part 2 Planning Issues in Wildlife Policy: Operating at the "Wildlife-Human Interface" - A Marketing Approach to Wildlife Planning, Brett A. Wright et al; Public Involvement in Natural Resource Allocation, William Earle Klay and James D. McElveen. Part 3 Intergovernmental Policy Strategies: The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill - Policy Strategies for Protecting Wildlife Resources, James N. Gladden. Part 4 Resource Allocation Policy Issues: Public Involvement in Natural Resource Management, Steve L. McMullin and Larry A. Nielsen; Subsistence Use of Wildlife Resources in Alaska - Policy Implications for Wildlife Management in Modernizing Economies, Robert M. Muth et al. Part 5 Organizational Issues in Wildlife Policy: Professional Subcultural Value Conflicts and Policy Interpretation - The Case of Wildlife and Fisheries Managers in the US Forest Service, Connie A. Bullis and James J. Kennedy. Part 6 Sustainable Development Issues in Wildlife Policy: International, National, and Local Management for Sustainable Development - Sea Turtles as Common Property Resources, Debra A. Rose; Wildlife Management and Sustainable Development - A Critique of Canada's "Endangered Spaces" Plan, Gregory A. Daneke. Part 7 Wildlife Policy Issues Across National Boundaries: Industrialized Fishery Policy Implications for Developing Countries' Structural Adjustment Programmes, Bruce T. Wilkins and Herbert Acquay.