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(18) Linda Kalof, Looking at Animals in Human History (London: Reaktion, 2007), p.
The many models created for predicting pro-environmental behaviour are based on numerous variables: knowledge, attitude, and values (Stern, 2000; Stern et al., 1999; Stern, Dietz, Abel, & Kalof, 1993); normative beliefs (how others view the behaviour); evaluative beliefs (behavioural consequences; Ajzen & Fishbein, 1980); locus of control (Hines, Hungerford, & Tomera, 1986/87; Hungerford & Volk, 1990), sense of responsibility or obligation (Blake, 1999; Stern, 2000; Stern et al., 1999); and social and moral norms (Bamberg & Moser, 2007).
His norm-activation theory (Schwartz, 1977) explains altruistically motivated helping behaviour and has been extensively applied to explain and foster pro-environmental engagement (Heberlein, 1977; Milfont, Sibley, & Duckitt, 2010; Schultz et al., 2005; Van Liere & Dunlap, 1978), even leading to the development of a specific theoretical framework to explain environmentalism (Stern, Dietz, Abel, Guagnano, & Kalof, 1999).
Se convierten asi en los principios que guian a las personas y representan su preocupacion por el entorno fisico y la biosfera, su preocupacion por el bienestar de otras personas y la preocupacion por uno mismo (Stern, Dietz, & Kalof, 1993).
(7.) A propos de ces photographies, on pourra consulter l'article de Linda Kalof et Amy Fitzgerald (2003); il faut cependant prendre en compte le fait que ces auteures ne separent malheureusement pas dans l'analyse les photographies issues de publicites de celles illustrant des recits de chasse.
In his 1980 essay published in About Looking (1980) and reproduced in Kalof and Fitzgerald (2007), Berger laments mankind's loss of a sacred metaphoric connection to the animals:
(8.) See, for example, Garry Marvin and Susan McHugh (eds) Routledge Handbook of Human-Animal Studies (London: Routledge, 2014); Linda Kalof and Amy Fitzgeralde (eds) The Animals Reader: The Essential Classic and Contemporary Writings (Oxford: Berg, 2007); Clifton P.
Dietz, Kalof y Guagnamo (1995, citados por Pato y Tamayo, 2006), que sugieren que los valores pueden influenciar los comportamientos proambientales de manera directa o indirecta, ya sea por la sensibilizacion de los individuos a conjuntos particulares de consecuencias de las condiciones ambientales--como las que afectan a objetos que ellos valoran - o por volverlos especialmente receptivos a mensajes de los actores de los movimientos sociales que, en la percepcion de los individuos, subscriben aquellos valores.
Several studies by Stern [35]and Stern, Dietz, Kalof and Guangnano, [18] argued that there is a weak correspondence between attitude and environmental behaviour because there is a causal chain leading from general values to specific behaviours.
Parece que los valores altruistas estan ligados a la eleccion, como tambien confirma posteriormente Kalof et al.
Thus, women often express stronger concern about the environment than men (Bord and O'Connor 1997; Kemmelmeier, Krol, and Kim 2002; Stern, Dietz, and Kalof 1993; Zelezny, Chua, and Aldrich 2000).
Research suggesting more altruistic behavior among females than males (Dietz, Kalof, & Stern, 2002), and more environmentally oriented attitudes among females than males (Dietz et al., 2002; Zelezny, Chua, & Aldrich, 2000), suggests subjective norms, altruism, and environmental attitudes may interact in their contributions to the gender gap in VCO purchases identified in this study.