Environmental Education: Reflecting on Application of Environmental Attitudes Measuring Scale in Higher Education Students

Helen Kopnina, Andreea Cocis
  • Education Sciences, August 2017, MDPI AG
  • DOI: 10.3390/educsci7030069

Application of Environmental Attitudes Measuring Scale

What is it about?

Applying the scale testing environmental attitudes to college students: anthropocentric, ecocentric and in-between attitudes

Why is it important?

Testing anthropocentric and ecocentric orientations in students. The original hypothesis was that students that choose sustainability courses will be more ecocentric. However, he evidence proved to be mixed, demonstrating that sustainability might be understood in social and economic terms and more is needed to develop ecocentric attitides

Perspectives

Dr Helen Kopnina
The Hague University of Applied Sciences

The original hypothesis was that students that choose sustainability courses will be more ecocentric. However, he evidence proved to be mixed, demonstrating that sustainability might be understood in social and economic terms and more is needed to develop ecocentric attitides

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