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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 84-90

Students’ Environmental Attitudes and Pro-Environmental Behavior in Engineering Faculty: An Analysis to Develop a DIFMOL Model

R. Sihadi Darmo Wihardjo*, Henita Rahmayanti, IlmiZajuli Ichsan, Sylvira Ananda Azwar, Charanjit Kaur Swaran Singh, Paulo Weslem Portal Gomes, Giry Marhento.


Environmental education for university level, especially in Engineering faculty, is an important issue. One of environmental issue that becomes a concern is related to flood disaster mitigation. The purpose of this study is to describe environmental attitudes (EA) and Pro-Environmental Behavior (PEB) among Engineering faculty students. The description will be used to develop a Disaster Mitigation of Flood based on Online Learning (DIFMOL) model. The research method used is a descriptive survey technique. Instruments are distributed online using Google form with a sample size of 139 students taken using simple random sampling. The results show that the students’ EA scores are in a very high category (89.68) and the students' PEB are in a moderate category (60.53). It indicates that the Engineering faculty students still require an educational model development to cope with flooding. One that can be developed is a DIFMOL model. In general, aspects need to be emphasized in the DIFMOL model are those related to flood disaster mitigation efforts in urban areas. The study concludes that EA is very high and PEB is still in the medium category. The DIFMOL model innovation requires further development in the next research.

Key words: DIFMOL, Engineering Faculty, Environmental Attitude, Pro-Environmental Behavior

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