The Effect if Motivation on Environmental Management Behavior in Fishers on the Mamuju River Based in West Sulawesi Province
Keywords:Sanitation, Motivation, Behavior
Sanitation management on the river banks is still one of the difficult problems to be handled by the government. This is due to the lack of community participation in maintaining environmental sanitation around riverbanks. This lack of awareness makes sanitation around riverbanks look slum. Given these problems, the researchers conducted a study that aims to see the influence of intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation partially on environmental management behavior. Furthermore, to see the influence of intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation simultaneously on environmental management behavior on the banks of the Mamuju river. This study uses descriptive analysis with inferential quantitative data analysis techniques. The location of this research is in Mamuju District. The population of this research is people who live around the banks of the Mamuju river. The sampling technique used purposive sampling so that 120 samples were obtained who lived around the banks of the Mamuju river. The results of this study indicate that the motivation and behavior of community environmental management are still in the low category. Furthermore, both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation partially have no effect on environmental management behavior. Furthermore, simultaneously intrinsic and extrinsic motivation also has no significant effect on environmental management behavior on riverbanks.
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