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A Study on the Control Attitude and Behavioral Intention of PM2.5 among Senior High School Students in Central Taiwan
high school students
PM2.5’s preventive attitude
preventive behavior intention
A Study on the Control Attitude and Behavioral Intention of PM2.5 among Senior High School Students in Central Taiwan Abstract This study mainly explored the current status on attitudes and PM2.5’s behavioral intentions of high school students in central Taiwan. The correlations between students' PM2.5’s behavioral intentions and sociodemographic variables, PM2.5’s knowledge, environmental sensitivity, PM2.5’s preventive attitudes, PM2.5’s preventive behavioral intentions and self-efficacy were also investigated. A self-designed questionnaire-"High School Students' PM2.5 Knowledge, Self-efficacy, Preventive Attitudes and Behavioral Intention Questionnaires" were used as the research tool. Eleven senior high schools in central Taiwan were selected by random sampling, and a total of 462 valid questionnaires were obtained (recovery rate 94%). The results of this research showed: I. The PM2.5’s knowledge of high school students in the central Taiwan is in moderate level. Environmental sensitivity, attitude, and behavior of PM2.5 of high school students are all positive, while the self-efficacy of PM2.5 behavior is in high level. II. There is a significant difference in "Gender" on the intention of PM2.5’s prevention. No significant differences were found in students' age, residences, experience of environmental protection activities, family socioeconomic status and intentions of PM2.5’s prevention. III. Students' PM2.5’s knowledge, environmental sensitivity, PM2.5’s preventive attitude, PM2.5’s preventive self-efficacy, gender and family socioeconomic status have a significant positive correlation with students' behavior of PM2.5. IV. Environmental sensitivity, attitudes of PM2.5, PM2.5’s preventive self-efficacy, and family socioeconomic status can explain the variation of behavior intention of PM2.5 by 66.3%.
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