Published August 2002
by Ashgate Pub Ltd .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||206|
Book Description. The principal barrier to the introduction of more sustainable disposal methods has previously been thought to be the lack of both available knowledge and an awareness of the benefits and ease of these systems. Conclusion: household waste in social perspective; Bibliography. View More. View Less. Author(s) Biography. Linking three broad categories: environmental values, situational characteristics and psychological factors, the book provides a timely evaluation of research on household waste management, develops an original analytical model and demonstrates the utility and importance of focusing on individual by: Household Waste in Social Perspective: Values, Attitudes, Situation and Behaviour (Routledge Studies in Environmental Policy and Practice) View larger image By: Stewart BarrAuthor: Stewart Barr. Household Waste in Social Perspective by Stewart Barr, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : Stewart Barr.
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Determining the social factors influencing household waste separation behaviour, (2) Presenting recommendations and good practices from cities all over the world to improve this behaviour and (3) Highlighting those factors with the potential to improve recycling in densely populated areas. The structure of the article follows accordingly. Household Waste in Social Perspective Values, Attitudes, Situation and Behaviour. the book provides a timely evaluation of research on household waste management, develops an original analytical model and demonstrates the utility and importance of focusing on individual attitudes. € TODAY 15% OFF. The chapter discusses how adopting a holistic methodology that acknowledges sociological factors, including community participation, public involvement, social perception, attitudes, gender roles and public acceptance, would lead to improvements in wastewater management practice. It highlights the social dimension as a tool, a lens through which wastewater management and reuse . Social Acceptance in Waste Management The main approach and, clearly, the easiest to catch, with regards to the social acceptability when implementing a waste management system, either integrated system or special waste flow oriented, is focused on the economical means.