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Unformatted text preview: the solution to such problems. Given this situation, and the already considerable investment in environmental education in schools, the notion of encouraging students to initiate environmental discussions with adults at home and in the community seems attractive and worthy of investigation. To this end, this paper critically reviews education and social science literature concerning intergenerational influence. An approach is outlined to guide future efforts in research and programme development aimed at encouraging students to act as catalysts of environmental communication and learning beyond school boundaries. Find the Full Text of an Article from Academic Search Premier GETTEXT LINK PDF Full Text or HTML Full Text Links...
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