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Title: 住民による自発的リサイクルシステムが資源分別制度の社会的受容に及ぼす効果
Other Titles: Effects of prior voluntary recycling on social acceptance of mandatory resource separation system
Authors: 依藤, 佳世1 Browse this author
広瀬, 幸雄2 Browse this author
杉浦, 淳吉3 Browse this author
大沼, 進4 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
萩原, 喜之5 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Yorifuji, Kayo1
Hirose, Yukio2
Sugiura, Junkichi3
Ohnuma, Susumu4
Hagiwara, Yoshiyuki5
Keywords: 社会的受容
social acceptance
voluntary recycling
mandatory resource separation system
outcome evaluation
fairness evaluation
Issue Date: Jan-2005
Publisher: 廃棄物資源循環学会
Journal Title: 廃棄物学会論文誌
Volume: 16
Issue: 1
Start Page: 55
End Page: 64
Abstract: 本研究は,新しい分別収集制度に対する社会的受容を,類似した自発的システムの有った地域と無かった地域とを比較することで,制度評価の規定因としての自発的システムの効果を検討した。まず制度評価を,効果の評価である社会的便益と個人的コストと,公正さの評価である手続きの公正さと結果の公正さに分類した。名古屋市の自発的システム有地域と無地域とで住民の制度に対する評価を比較するため,社会調査を行った。結果は以下の通りである。1)不公平感以外はシステム有地域で高く評価され,新制度を肯定的に評価していた。2)自発的システム有地域はよりリサイクル行動に従事し,周囲の期待をより強く感じ,説明会により参加していた。3)コミットメントと周囲からの期待,説明会参加は効果と公正さの評価に肯定的な効果をもたらした。最後に新制度の導入に既存システムを生かすことで効果的な定着が図れる可能性を示唆した。
This study examined how prior voluntary recycling systems affect the social acceptance of a new mandatory recycling/resource separation system. We hypothesized that social acceptance of the new system was based on an outcome evaluation of social benefit and individual cost, as well as fairness evaluations of procedure and distributive justice. A social survey was conducted in Nagoya City to compare residents' evaluations of the system for the area with voluntary recycling and the area without. The respondents in each of the areas were selected by a systematic random sampling. The main results were as follows: 1) Residents in the area with voluntary recycling evaluated the social benefits, individual costs, and procedural fairness of the new mandatory system more positively than those in the area without voluntary recycling; 2) More of the residents with voluntary recycling experience were committed to recycling activities and expected their neighbors' cooperation for the new system, also more of these residents participated in local meetings regarding communication of recycling methods than those without; 3) Those residents who held a commitment to recycling, expected neighbor cooperation, and who participated in recycling meetings had positive evaluation for outcome and fairness. We argued for the importance of volunteer participation, and cooperation between the administration and volunteers, where the introduction of a mandatory resource separation system is concerned.
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Submitter: 大沼 進

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