Background of the study
Today the environment degradation is a matter of agent concern before human society. Both developing as well as developed countries are facing severe environmental problems. In the developmental process man has been ruthlessly extracting natural resources and polluting natural environment. Various environmental problems pose a threat to environmental sustainability, among which the increasing level of wastes and air pollution, destruction of ozone hole, acid rain global warming etc. are same of the common issues. The earth is fast losing its treasure (Baliga, 1996). General plant and animal species have already abolished from the earth & many more are of in one verge of extinction. Forests are gradually decreasing an alarming rate, land masses are getting crowded and the climate change in different parts of the world is mainly due to global warming. The recent sunami bears testimony to it. (Chidambaram, 2005, Swaminatnam, 2005). Over the last five decades the delicate ecosystem of our planet is facing the danger of destruction of natural environment due to intervention of human beings. Many of these problems are rooted in human behaviour (Du Nann; Winter koger, 2004 ; Gardner & Stern, 2002, Vleg & Stck 2007). Duroy, Q. M. (2008) revealed that economic affluence has at least a marginal direct influence on environment awareness and no indirect effect an environmental behaviour. Yenice, N. Seda, A, Saracaloglu & Karacaoglu, C. (2008) observed that environmental sensibilities of the classroom Teacher Programme students shows discrepancies with regard to their follow up status for the programme and articles about environment an media. Mostata M.M. (2007) investigates the influence of theme cognitive & attitudinal factors an gender differences in green purchase behaviour then study found that men shows more environmental concern and more positive outlook towards green purchased compared with woman.
Budak, D.B. Budak, F. Zaimoglu, Z, Kesec S., I Sucu M. Y. (2005) found that rural students were more concerned about environmental issues than urban ones while male students were more reluctant to environmental issues than female students. Erdogen. M, Ozsoy. A.M. (2004) indicates that almost all the participants i.e. graduate students agreed that human beings were not adequately aware of the environment have been using environment resources by only considering this own needs. Eama (2003) revealed that the environment attitudes of the students differed regarding their gender, the programmes they were enrolled, their living styles and settlement types, fathers education & occupation and their family in one, however did not noticeable change in accordance with their clauses and geographical region any lived.
Statement of the problem
The main objective of this investigation was to find out the relationship among the different variables like environmental awareness ecological behaviour. An attempt has been made in the present investigation into “A study of environmental awareness and ecological behaviour among female student
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