Understanding the Components in Social Behavioural Change: Implications for Non-profit Organisations
Binney, Wayne, Hall, John and Oppenheim, Peter 2006, Understanding the Components in Social Behavioural Change: Implications for Non-profit Organisations, International journal of knowledge, culture and change management, vol. 5, pp. 1-5.
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In this paper we investigate the relationship between intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and government influence with the over riding objective of developing more effective and efficient social behavioural change programs that have been instigated by public sector environmental management organisations. Based on the notion of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, which has previously been shown to explain altitudes and behaviour associated with environmental issues, we extend the analysis in this paper to include the influence of government. A survey of a random sample of 566 landmanagers in South-eastern Australia was conducted and the data collected subsequently analysed using a structural equation modelling approach. The model that was developed identified the relationship between intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and government influence.
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