Predicting household PM2.5-reduction behavior in Chinese urban areas: An integrative model of Theory of Planned Behavior and Norm Activation Theory

@inproceedings{Shi2017PredictingHP,
  title={Predicting household PM2.5-reduction behavior in Chinese urban areas: An integrative model of Theory of Planned Behavior and Norm Activation Theory},
  author={Haixia Shi and Jin Song Fan and Dingtao Zhao},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) emissions have attracted wide attention due to their negative effects on haze air pollution and human health. Regulating household PM2.5-reduction behavior is a beneficial measure for PM2.5 emission control in urban areas. The current research examines the determinants that affect household PM2.5-reduction behavioral intention, and an integrative model of Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB), incorporated with Norm Activation Theory (NAM), was used. An… CONTINUE READING

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