Evaluation of Values, Beliefs and Norms of High School Students on the Conservation of Biodiversity

Authors

  • Ahmet BİLİR Türk Maarif Koleji, Nicosia--TRNC
  • Serap ÖZBAŞ Near East University, Nicosia-TRNC

Keywords:

Biodiversity, value-belief-norm, high school students

Abstract

This research evaluates the values, beliefs and norms on conserving biodiversity amongst Turkish Cypriot high school students and the results are compared according to gender and class year individually. The data was collected from 506 students via a value-belief-norm questionnaire. According to the results of this questionnaire, it is observed that the Turkish Cypriot high school students pay more attention towards the “self-administration” value, believe that their responsibility towards protecting the local and global biodiversity is more than their perception of talent to manage it and their personal norms regarding the conservation of biodiversity is very similar to each other. Furthermore, it can be concluded that gender and grade does have an effect on the values, beliefs and norms on preserving biodiversity.

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Published

15.09.2017

How to Cite

BİLİR, A., & ÖZBAŞ, S. (2017). Evaluation of Values, Beliefs and Norms of High School Students on the Conservation of Biodiversity . Journal of Turkish Science Education, 14(3), 26-39. https://www.tused.org/index.php/tused/article/view/160

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