Table 6. Results of the 3-class latent class model (LCM) including factors on the relationships of peatlands to respondentsí personal lives as explanatory variables for class membership. The class membership coefficients for Class 2 were fixed in order to identify the remaining coefficients. Number of respondents = 712.

Class 1:
Environmentalist
Class 2:
Production-oriented
Class 3:
Current use supporter
Coeff. Stand. error Coeff. Stand. error Coeff. Stand. error
Timber + *** -1.314 0.205 ** 0.389 0.153 0.024 0.258
Timber - -0.437 0.479 *** -1.599 0.310 *** -3.075 0.611
Peat + *** -2.091 0.164 *** 1.022 0.099 -0.244 0.180
Peat - *** 2.840 0.240 *** -1.157 0.151 0.036 0.266
Protection ** 0.475 0.207 *** 0.608 0.152 *** 0.710 0.250
Restor + *** 1.542 0.179 -0.032 0.124 -0.129 0.171
Restor - -0.031 0.266 *** -0.632 0.162 -0.407 0.271
Intercept
 
0.271
 
0.253
 
* 0.208
 
0.175
 
*** 2.028
 
0.278
 
Class membership parameters
Intercept -0.175 0.275 -0.264 0.328
Childhood home *** -0.788 0.273 * -0.562 0.331
Work *** -1.400 0.264 *** -0.956 0.314
Well-being *** 1.780 0.274 0.457 0.316
Conservation league *** 3.024 0.431 -0.007 0.032
Picking up berries *** 0.780 0.295 ** 0.793 0.354
Class probabilities 0.632 0.191 0.177
RsqAdj 0.443
Log-likelihood -2557.078
AIC 1.235
BIC 1.289
*** significant at 0.01 level, ** significant at 0.05 level, * significant at 0.1 level