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Cultural Capital and Environmental Behaviors (Sanandaj City)

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Various environmental problems pose a threat to environmental sustainability, among which global warming, urban air pollution, water shortages, environmental noise, and loss of biodiversity. Many of these problems are rooted in human behavior. So, Environmental quality strongly depends on human behavior patterns. This paper investigates the cultural factors that affect on people's Environmental Behaviors on Sanandaj City. This paper is a survey study by control of terms, is a broaden study by extended and is a cutting study by time (in the first half of 2015). The population is the entire person that has citizens in Sanandaj city. The sample size based on kockran formula is 320. The questionnaires with suitable structures validity (based on Kronbach’s coefficient of Alfa) in the ratio of age, sex in deferent areas have been distributed. Results indicate that the most effective variable on Environmental Behaviors of citizens is Cultural Capital.
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