Determination on Attitude and Behaviors of the Students from Libya and Turkey about Environmental Concerns
 
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Near East University, Nicosia, N.Cyprus.
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Fidan Aslanova   

Near East University, Nicosia, N.Cyprus.
Publish date: 2017-06-18
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):5413–5423
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This research studies whether the environmental attitudes and behaviors of Libyan and Turkish students studying in the universities of N.Cyprus are efficient or not. The study aims to get information about the relationship between these attitudes and behaviours of the students and the classes and departments they study in, and to make a general evaluation about efficiency and effectiveness of the environmental education in our country. The data obtained from the results of the survey were evaluated by using SPSS20 program. According to the findings obtained from the research, there has been found an meaningful differences in environmental attitudes among Libyan and Turkish students, studying in the universities of Northern Cyprus. However, no meaningful differences in their behaviors. It can be said that the students from Libya have a higher attitude level than the students from Turkey. When we look at the answers, we understood that they have efficient environmental knowledge.
 
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