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Rural-urban residence and concern with environmental quality a replication and extension by Kenneth Richard Tremblay

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Published .
Written in English


  • Environmental policy.,
  • Dwellings.

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Statementby Kenneth Richard Tremblay, Jr.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 79 l.
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16761293M

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Studies focusing on environmental problems at the state or national level report negligible rural-urban relationships while those focusing on problems at the local or community level generally report substantial relationships (with rural residents less environmentally concerned than urban residents). (AUTHOR/EDE)Cited by:   The rural-urban linkage to environmental policy making in the American West: A focus on Idaho. Social County and city extra: Annual metropolitan, city, and county data book. Lenham: Berman. Google Scholar. Hays, S. P. (). The new Rural residence and concern with environmental quality: A replication and extension. Rural Sociology Cited by: Rural-Urban Differences in Environmental Concern, Attitudes, and Actions Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Psychological Assessment 21(2) January with 9, Reads. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Freudenburg, William R; Format: Book, Microform, Online; 53 p.

  K.R. Tremblay, R.E. DunlapRural–urban residence and concern with environmental quality: a replication and extension Rural Sociology, 43 (), pp. Google Scholar. Tremblay, K.R. Jr and Dunlap, R.E. () ‘Rural-Urban Residence and Concern with Environmental Quality: A Replication and Extension’, Rural Sociology Google Scholar | ISI Van Liere, K.D. and Dunlap, R.E. () ‘The Social Bases of Environmental Concern: A Review of Hypotheses, Explanations and Empirical Evidence. environmental attitudes that tapped different environmental concerns. Dissimilar patterns of relationship between residence and concern would be expected if environmental concern embraces a number of different issues and if these issues have different publics. Van Liere and Dunlap ( p. Although environmental values, concerns and behaviors are related to residential classification (urban, suburban, rural), research on ES preferences by residential classification remains unexplored. Moreover, research has revealed the social complexity existing along the urban-to rural gradient [ 31 ].

Kenneth Richard Tremblay has written: 'Rural-urban residence and concern with environmental quality' -- subject(s): Environmental policy, Dwellings What are Thailand's human-environmental.   Significant differences in breast cancer frequency have been identified in different socioeconomic groups, ethnic groups, and between urban and rural populations (1,2).Living in rural areas may be associated with lower access to health care and mammography screening (), as well as with late-stage diagnosis ().This often means that patients need to travel great distances to receive care ().   It has long been claimed that, at least in the U.S., the positive association between urban residence and concern for environmental quality may be due to two factors: first, urban residents may be exposed to various types of environmental degradation and second, rural residents tend to hold more utilitarian views toward the natural environment because of their occupations that are . Stunting in children less than five years of age is widespread in Sub-Saharan Africa. We aimed to: (i) evaluate how the prevalence of stunting has changed by socio-economic status and rural/urban residence, and (ii) assess inequalities in children’s diet quality and access to maternal and child health care. We used data from nationally representative demographic and health- and multiple.