Examining The University Students' Environmental Protection Commitments And Environment-Friendly Consumption Behaviors
This study probes into the environmental sensitivities, environmental protection commitments and environment-friendly consumption behaviors of university students taking into consideration students’ genders, their family’s’ place of domicile and particularly the parent’s education levels. . It was found that gender, place of domicile, and particularly parent’s education level were important factors in affecting students’ environmental sensitivity and behavior. It can be concluded that the study participants’ environmental sensitivity was high, with their environment-friendly consumption behaviors remaining at a level close to the average.
Volume (Year): 11 (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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