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perty register of the Land Survey Institute of the Republic
of Slovenia. For every forest owner we analysed
the form of ownership based on their cadaster unit and
plot number for all plot numbers together.Ownership
was studied in three categories: firstly, one owner with
no co-owners, secondly, several owners, living in the
same household and thirdly, several owners living in dif

ferent households (Medved, 2000). The general assumption
was that owners living in common household,
regardless of their number, have the same goals in forest
management.The situation, however, differs where the
co-owners live in different households; in these cases,
the owners/co-owners does not generally share the
needs and goals in forest management.

METHODS – Metode

Surveying forest owners –



Statistical methods

All collected data in our research was first analysed
through the use of frequency distribution and crosstabulation.
For the purpose of logistic regression, the analysed
characteristics were then classified into two types of variables:
the dependant variable and the independent variables.
The dependant variable (response variable) Y

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– Statističke metode
represents the object of our research – “willingness to
cooperate” and hadthree values: associated, willing to
cooperate and unwilling to cooperate;Yis thus a nominal

variable.The independent variables (explanatory variables)
X1, X2…, explainthe degree of willingness to cooperate.
The independent variables comprise: owner’s age,