Field and Laboratory Studies of Littering
The idea that a great deal of individual behavior is regulated by social norms is something of a sociological homily. In virtually any social aggregate it is necessary that individuals adhere to a set of rules specifying what each properly may and may not do, especially as their actions affect others.
KeywordsLitter Rate Normative Rule Norm Violation Creativity Task Clean Street
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