Eco-Apps: Design to Influence Environmentally Friendly Behavior

  title={Eco-Apps: Design to Influence Environmentally Friendly Behavior},
  author={Eli Typhina},
  journal={Int. J. E Serv. Mob. Appl.},
  • Eli Typhina
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. E Serv. Mob. Appl.
The search for mechanisms to encourage pro-environmental behavior has ranged from marketing to community events. This study continues the search by exploring how the language and features programmed into mobile social networking applications influence users to experience nature and share those experiences. To guide data analysis, the study uses the social influence network theory and adapts components of influence from the field of online social networking. One hundred posts, spanning almost… Expand
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