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dc.contributor.authorMedina-Arboleda, Iván Felipespa
dc.contributor.authorPáramo, Pablospa
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dc.description.abstractThis study explores the perception of citizens of the city of Bogota (Colombia) on the current state of the environment at local, national and global level, and the prospect of what it will be in the future, in order to provide guidance for the development of environmental components of citizenship education. It also investigates the allocation of responsibility for environmental management in the future. Participants were 118 people, men and women aged over 18 years with different levels of schooling. The instruments used were the Environmental Future Scale by Gifford et al. (2009) to which two items relevant to the assessment of the environment in Colombia were incorporated, and the Allocation Scale for Environmental Responsibility by Barros, Pinheiro and Gunther (2010). Results showed moderate pessimism for the national level, and high for the international and local case. Regarding the allocation of responsibility, an external locus of control was identified in terms of the causes of environmental degradation, where the main actors mentioned were other people and the national government. Findings are discussed in terms of a comparison with similar studies elsewhere in the world and of its implications for promoting proenvironmental behavior and the attribution of responsibility on the part of the citizens of Bogota, as well as the effect of the media assessing the state of the environment.spa
dc.description.abstractEste estudio explora la percepción de habitantes de la ciudad de Bogotá (Colombia) sobre el estado actual del medio ambiente a nivel local, nacional y global, y la prospectiva de cómo estará en el futuro, con el propósito de servir de guía para el desarrollo de los componentes educativos de educación ambiental a la ciudadanía. Igualmente, indaga por la atribución de la responsabilidad del manejo del medio ambiente a futuro. Participaron un total de 118 personas, hombres y mujeres mayores de 18 años, con distintos niveles de formación escolar. El estudio utiliza la Escala de Futuro Ambiental de Gifford et al. (2009) a la que se le introducen dos ítems de relevancia para la evaluación del medio ambiente en Colombia, y la Escala de Atribución de Responsabilidad Ambiental de Barros, Pinheiro y Gunther (2010). Los resultados muestran un pesimismo moderado a nivel nacional, y alto para el caso internacional y local. En cuanto a la atribución de responsabilidad, se identifica un locus de control externo en las causas del deterioro ambiental, siendo los principales agentes mencionados, otras personas y el gobierno nacional. Se discuten los hallazgos en términos de su comparación con estudios de las mismas temáticas en otros lugares del mundo, y sus implicaciones para la promoción del comportamiento proambiental y la atribución de responsabilidad de los bogotanos, así como sobre la contextualización de los medios de comunicación en la valoración del estado del ambiente.spa
dc.description.abstractEste estudo explora a percepção de habitantes da cidade de Bogotá, na Colômbia, sobre o estado atual do meio ambiente a nível local, nacional e global, e a prospectiva de como estará no futuro, com o propósito de servir de guia para o desenvolvimento dos componentes educativos de educação ambiental aos cidadãos. Da mesma forma, indaga sobre a atribuição da responsabilidade do manejo do meio ambiente a futuro. Participaram um total de 118 pessoas, homens e mulheres, maiores de 18 anos, com diferentes níveis de formação escolar. O estudo utiliza a Escala de Futuro Ambiental de Gifford et al. (2009) com intens relevantes introduzidos para a avaliação do meio ambiente na Colômbia, e a Escala de Atribuição de Responsabilidade Ambiental de Barros, Pinheiro e Gunther (2010). Os resultados mostram um pessimismo moderado a nível nacional, e alto para o caso internacional e local. Com respeito a atribuição de responsabilidade, identifica-se um locus de controle externo nas causas do deterioro ambiental, sendo os principais agentes mencionados, outras pessoas e o governo nacional. Discutem-se os descobrimentos em termos comparativos com estudos com a mesma temática em outros lugares do mundo, e suas implicações para a promoção do comportamento pró-ambiental e a atribuição de responsabilidade dos bogotanos, bem como sobre a contextualização dos meios de comunicação na avaliação do estado do ambiente.spa
dc.publisherUniversidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicologíaspa
dc.date.accessioned2014-10-16T13:11:34Zspa
dc.date.available2014-10-16T13:11:34Zspa
dc.date.issued2014-06spa
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dc.identifier.citationMedina Arboleda, I., & Páramo, P. (2014). Percepción de los habitantes de Bogotá sobre la calidad ambiental, grado de optimismo y atribución de responsabilidad sobre su deterioro. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 17(1), 105-118. Recuperado de http://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/9spa
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dc.relation.ispartofActa Colombiana de Psicología, Vol. 17, no 1. (ene.-jun. 2014); p. 105-118spa
dc.subjectACTITUDES AMBIENTALESspa
dc.subjectATRIBUCIONES DE RESPONSABILIDADspa
dc.subjectESCALA DE FUTURO AMBIENTALspa
dc.subjectENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDESspa
dc.subjectALLOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITYspa
dc.subjectENVIRONMENTAL FUTURE SCALEspa
dc.subjectATITUDES AMBIENTAISspa
dc.subjectATRIBUIÇÕES DE RESPONSABILIDADEspa
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.titlePercepción de los habitantes de Bogotá sobre la calidad ambiental, grado de optimismo y atribución de responsabilidad sobre su deteriorospa
dc.titlePerception of Bogota's citizens on environmental quality, degree of optimism and allocation of responsibility for the impairmentspa
dc.titlePercepção dos habitantes de Bogotá sobre a qualidade ambiental, grau de otimismo e atribuição de responsabilidade ao responsável de seu deteriorospa
dc.subject.lembEDUCACIÓN AMBIENTALspa
dc.subject.lembIMPACTO AMBIENTAL-ANÁLISISspa
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