Scepticism and Disinterest in Climate Change: A Perspective from Turkish Middle School Students at a Rural Area

Şeker, Sema
Şahin, Elvan
Hacıeminoğlu, Esme


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S. Şeker, E. Şahin, and E. Hacıeminoğlu, “Scepticism and Disinterest in Climate Change: A Perspective from Turkish Middle School Students at a Rural Area,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: