Pro-Environmental Behavior of Students: Trend in Publication
AuthorsSyayidah Dinurrohmah , Lambang Subagiyo , Atin Nuryadin , Nurul F. Sulaeman
Issue:Vol. 8 No. 6 (2022): December
Keywords:pro-environmental behavior, systematic review, publication trend
Articles "Regular Issue"
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For years, studies on pro-environmental behavior (PEB) have been conducted widely. However, the trend of this issue reminds unclear. This study aimed to analyze the demographic location, the existing environmental theory, and the research design of PEB research over the previous ten years. PEB publications in students’ contexts fluctuated where the number of publications has dropped over the past two years. Most studies were conducted without a theoretical framework; however, the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) was the most used environmentalism theory. The majority of research about PEB of students was conducted in Asia. To measure the PEB of students, researchers mostly used questionnaire based on theoretical models or scales and analyzed the data with quantitative approches
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