RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY FACTOR WITH ENVIRONMENTAL INSIGHTS RELATED TO GREEN ARCHITECTURE
The purpose of this study is to provide information and find out the relationship between conscientiousness with environmental insight behavior. The method used is a survey method with correlational techniques. This research is concerned with collecting data to determine whether there is a relationship between variables and how much strength the relationship has (correlation coefficient). The sampling technique in this study uses simple random sampling. the results showed that environmentally friendly behavior will increase if the big five personality factors (conscientiousness, agreeableness, neuroticism, openness and extraversion) are also increased. Factors to improve the behavior of environmental insights related to green architecture are the Policy implication as an effort to increase openness, Theoritical implication and Research implication.
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