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姓名 林師平 (Shis-ping Lin) 電子郵件信箱 splin@nuk.edu.tw
畢業系所 公共事務管理研究所(Public Affairs Management)
畢業學位 博士(Ph.D.) 畢業時期 101學年第1學期
論文名稱(中) 二個以計畫行為理論為基礎之節能行為模式驗證 
論文名稱(英) The Confirmation of Two TPB-Based Energy Saving Models
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    摘要(中) 聯合國跨政府氣候變遷小組(Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC)指出,人類必須減少溫室氣體的排放以減緩氣候變遷。我國家計部門所產生的溫室氣體,約佔全國溫室氣體排放量13%,因此家計部門的節能減碳是刻不容緩。本研究以計畫行為理論為基礎,並參考Stern and Gardner(1981)的建議,將節能行為分為節減行為(curtailment)與效率措施(efficiency)二大類,分別提出「因應氣候變遷的節減行為模型(CCC model)」,以及「因應氣候變遷的效率措施模型(ECC model)」並進行驗證。結果顯示,CCC model對個人節減行為意向及實際行為具有預測能力,而ECC model則對個人採取效率措施的意向具有預測能力。不過,兩模式中各自變項的作用會因男女而有所不同,而主觀規範也只在ECC模式中有顯著作用。根據本研究的結果和過去文獻,筆者對如何推動民眾節能提出若干建議。
    摘要(英) The reduction green house gases (GHG) and migitation of climate change have become great challenges to mankind. Taiwan’s households, which account for about 13% of the GHG emissions in Taiwan, are certainly a target for GHS and energy reduction. Based on the theory of planned behavior and Stern and Gardner's (1981) typology of energy saving behavior, this study proposed a model of curtailment behavior toward climate change (CCC model) and a model of efficiency action toward climate change (ECC model). Results of confirmatory factor analysis showed that both models were useful. The CCC model could predict people's intent to take curtailment actions and actual behavior, whereas the ECC model could predict people's intent to take efficiency actions. However, the functions of independent variables were different by gender in both models. Subjective norm influnce the dependent variable significantly only in ECC model. This study suggests some energy saving methods, according to the literatures and the findings.
    關鍵字(中)
  • 效率措施
  • 節減行為
  • 節約能源
  • 計畫行為理論
  • 全球氣候變遷
  • 關鍵字(英)
  • efficiency
  • curtailment
  • energy saving
  • theory of planned behavior
  • climate change
  • 論文目次 第一章 緒論 1
    一.研究背景 1
    二.研究動機 4
    三.研究目的 5
    第二章 文獻回顧 7
    一.研究模式回顧 7
    二.研究變項探討與分析 22
    三.研究變項的資料蒐集 42
    第三章 研究方法 43
    一.研究模型 43
    二.研究假設 46
    三.研究變項與問卷設計 47
    四.模式驗證 58
    五.研究範圍 58
    六.問卷訪談及抽樣 59
    七.研究限制 61
    第四章 結果與討論 62
    一.因應氣候變遷的節減行為模型(CCC model) 62
    二.因應氣候變遷的效率措施模型(ECC model) 81
    三.小結 94
    第五章 結論與建議 96
    一.結論 96
    二.建議 104
    參考文獻 111
    附錄 120
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  • 林新沛 - 指導教授
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