An Analysis of Environmentally Responsible Behaviour Based on Goal Farming Theory

Alexis Jordan


Over the last decade great efforts have been put into policies and programmess aimed at the production processes. However, in recent decades the importance of the consumption perspective has been highlighted as high levels of consumption threaten the quality of the environment and the sustainable development processes. This research focuses on the history or evolution of human resource management development. Its changing phase over time and the extent to which new dimensions and knowledge can be harnessed and optimised for professional use. This research analyses the values impact on environmentally friendly behaviour based on Goal Framing theory. We noted that people with stronger self-enhancement value orientation, who are guided by hedonic and gain goals, do not behave in order to save environmental resources, perhaps because it is inconvenient and unpleasant.

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