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- A final assumption that requires further testing relates to the relevance of different compliance factors for different user groups. Some individuals and forest user groups are more likely to be influenced by the benefits and costs of compliance, whereas others will be more inclined to respond to the normative aspects. The extent to which different factors motivate different types of forest users may depend on various issues, including the objectives of the forest users (e.g., fast profit-making vs. the long-term use of resources), their previous experience and interactions with forest officials, and their relationships to the forest.

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