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Title: 社區依附、環境態度與居民對於保護區的看法:以關渡自然公園為例
Other Titles: Community attachments, environmental attitude and local attitudes toward protected area: a study at Guandu Nature Park
Authors: 許嘉恩
Jia-En Sheu
Li-San Hung
Issue Date: May-2015
Publisher: 地理學系
Department of Geography, NTNU
Abstract: 本研究以關渡自然公園與周遭社區為研究區域,探究人口統計特徵、社區依附與環境態度的關係,並討論社區依附、環境態度,與居民對於保護區看法的關連。結果顯示,年紀越輕、教育程度越高,環境意識也越高。在社區依附方面,居住時間越長,社會面向社區依附的程度也增加,但自然面向社區依附的程度並非如此。而環境態度越高,自然面向社區依附的程度亦增加。在社區依附、環境態度與對於保護區看法的關係上,預測居民對保護區看法的結果,不同面向社區依附分別是預測對於保護區自然與經濟議題的因子,環境態度僅在對於保護區自然議題中顯著。由於「環境遠親」現象及統計結果,包含不同面向的社區依附,會比環境態度更適合做為地方環境關懷的指標。
Taking Guandu Nature Park and its neighbor communities as a case study area, the aims of this study are to (1) explore the relationships among socio-demographic variables, community attachments and environmental concern, and (2) analyze the relationships among community attachments, environmental concern, and local attitudes toward the protected area. The findings show that younger and more educated interviewees have higher environmental concern. Besides, the longer the people live in the communities, the stronger the social attachment. However, this trend does not show in natural environment attachment. Furthermore, people who have higher environmental concern also have higher natural environment attachment. Using multiple regression, this study finds out that community attachments are predictors for both local economic and environmental issues concerning the protected area, but environmental concern is a predictor only for local environmental issues concerning the protected area. Due to the “environmental hyperopia” phenomenon and the statistical results, this study believes community attachments are better predictors than the pro-environmental concern scale in predicting local environmental concerns.
Other Identifiers: 2745D377-9D48-2B14-1098-8595C28B8D53
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