Sustainable development in Iran: An exploratory study of university students' attitudes and knowledge about sustainable developmenta
In this paper, we explore the perceptions of Iranian undergraduate college students of the concept of sustainable development (SD). In so doing, we measure students' attitudes and knowledge on the various aspects of the SD paradigm. The results indicate that while most Iranian students surveyed have a positive perception of SD, their attitudes and knowledge about it is linked to certain demographic characteristics. For example, Iranian female college students are more knowledgeable about SD than their male Iranian counterparts. Implications of these findings are further explored. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment.
Higher education, Iran, Sustainable development
Bahaee, Mahmood, Luis A. Perez‐Batres, Michael J. Pisani, Van V. Miller, and Mahmoud Saremi. "Sustainable Development in Iran: An Exploratory Study of University Students' Attitudes and Knowledge about Sustainable Developmenta." Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 21, no. 3 (2014): 175-187.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management