Pro-Environmental Habits: Propensity Levels in Behavioral Change

Dahlstrand, U. & Biel, A. (1997). Pro-environmental habits: Propensity levels in behavioral change. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 7, 588-601.
Examined relationships between habits, beliefs about products, choice criteria for purchasing, and perceptions of such factors, applied to the area of buying home detergents and w…

Green Buying: The Influence of Environmental Concern on Consumer Behavior

Mainieri, T., Barnett, E. G., Valdero,T. & Unipan, J. B. (1997). Green buying: The influence of environmental concern on consumer behavior. Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 2, 189-204.
Investigated variables that predict "green buying" (i.e., buying products that are environmentally beneficial). These included awareness about environmental impacts of products, s…

Assessing Environmentally Responsible Behaviour

Caltabiano, N. J. & Caltabiano, M. L. (1995). Assessing environmentally responsible behaviour. Psychological Reports, 76, 3, pt 2, 1080-1082.
Examined the environmentally responsible behavior practiced by 247 university students. Analysis showed that responsible behavior has 3 dimensions: Reusing/Recycling, Conserving, …

Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions of Agricultural Workers toward Disposable Protective Coveralls

Perkins, H. M., Crown, E. M., Rigakis, K. B. & Eggertson, B. S. (1992). Attitudes and behavioral intentions of agricultural workers toward disposable protective coveralls. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 11, 1, 67-73.
Examined the behavior intentions (BVIs) of 244 grain farmers (aged 22-65 yrs) regarding the use of disposable coveralls using M. Fishbein and I. Ajzen's (1980) theory of reasoned …

Prompting a Consumer Behavior for Pollution Control

Geller, E. S., Farris, J. C. & Post, D. S. (1973). Prompting a consumer behavior for pollution control. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 6, 3, 367-376.
Studied the relative effectiveness of different prompting procedures for increasing the probability that customers entering a grocery store would select their soft drinks in retur…

Ecologically Friendly Buying--Theoretical Implications of a Phenomenological Perspective

Soler, C. (1996). Ecologically friendly buying--theoretical implications of a phenomenological perspective. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 12, 3, 275-289.
Presents an alternative approach to the study of ecologically friendly buying. The results of an empirical pilot study of 47 consumers are presented, showing that personal experie…

A Study of Consumers' Recognition and Recall of Environmental Claims

Mark, P. A. F. (1999). A study of consumers' recognition and recall of environmental claims. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 59, 7-A,
The growth of consumers' environmental concern has led to a phenomenon known as 'green consumerism.' As a result of green consumerism, products with green marketing claims have mo…

Antecedents of Green Purchases: A Survey in China

Chan, Ricky Y. K; Lau, Lorett B. Y. (2000). Antecedents of green purchases: A survey in China. . Journal of Consumer Marketing, 17, 4, 338-357.
Examined the influence of cultural values, ecological affect, and ecological knowledge on the green purchasing behavior of Chinese consumers. Data collection was carried out t…

Testing the Effectiveness of Supermarket-Based Environmental Shopping Campaigns in Changing Consumer Behavior in New York City

Clarke, Marjorie J. (Apr 2000). Testing the effectiveness of supermarket-based environmental shopping campaigns in changing consumer behavior in New York City. . Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: the Sciences & Engineering., 60, 9B, p. 4491.
To advance waste prevention research, this study tested two environmental shopping educational campaigns in Manhattan supermarkets to impart information and motivation to shop…

Environmentally Responsible Purchase Behaviour: A Test of a Consumer Model

Follows, Scott B; Jobber, David (2000). Environmentally responsible purchase behaviour: A test of a consumer model.. European Journal of Marketing. , 34, 5-6, 723-746.
A consumer model of environmentally responsible purchase behaviour was tested using covariance structural analysis. The model successfully predicted the purchase of environmen…

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