Examine the aware of consequences and personal norms towards waste prevention behavior
Explore the relationship between attitudes and perceived behavioral control on waste prevention
How do the determinants of individual behavior affect waste prevention?
There is a positive relationship between attitudes and perceived behavioral control.
The awareness of consequences is an essential driver of waste prevention attitudes,
5 hypotheses on the attitudes of awareness of consequences towards waste prevention
Use a paper-based questionnaire distributed to 375 inhabitants in Pietra Ligure
The type of evidence
Tables and diagrams
: Journals, books
a. the circumstance of waste in EU..
b. identification and characteristics od waste prevention
c. Focus on the pro-environmental behavior
Title: Exploring Waste Prevention Behaviour Through Empirical Research
Date of publishing: 16 July 2018
materials & methods
Name: Filippo Corsini, Natalia M.Gusmerotti, FrancescoTesta, FabioIraldo
Background: PHD in Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Istitution of Management, Italy
Model development for household waste prevention behavior:
The authors think that waste prevention behavior (WPB) can reduce waste. They investigate158 respondents and conclude subjective norms have a weak influence on WPB. as well as social norms influence it directly.
Waste prevention and social preferences: the role of intrinsic and extrinsic motivations:
This article examines whether individual behaviors to reduce waste are easier driven by extrinsic or intrinsic motivations.
Behavioral attitudes towards waste prevention and recycling:
This article claims that individual motivations are not relevant to recycling behavior
Consumers' Behavior Regarding Food Waste Prevention:
The article studies the consumer behavior characteristics towards the food waste prevention generating.
Waste prevention in Europe:
The website posts annual reviews and some countries/regions fact of waste prevention in Europe.
Focus on science and health
Documentation of source
Corsini, F., Gusmerotti, N.M., Testa F.,& Iraldo, F.(2018). Exploring waste prevention behavior through empirical research.
My field of interest: Waste Managment