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Palm Oil: Understanding Barriers to Sustainable Consumption

University of New England, Australia
Sundaraja, Cassandra ; Lykins, Amy ; Hine, Donald
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The current dataset was used in the paper "Palm Oil: Understanding Barriers to Sustainable Consumption". It consists of the SPSS file including 781 participants, with their responses on a survey including socio-demographic details, a palm oil COM-B (Capability, Opportunity, Motivation) survey, the Connectedness to Nature Scale, the Willingness to Sacrifice for the environment Scale and an adaptation of the Values scale. SPSS output files are also included - these are descriptive statistics from the data set, the exploratory factor analysis of the palm oil COM-B survey, a description of the factors that emerged (including internal consistencies and distributions), along with a multiple regression analysis.

Issued: 2020

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