عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
AbstractÂ Cultural norms state human-nature interaction by affecting individual and group values system. Ethical norms are the most important ones in which nature and its components become evaluated based on ethical views. There are different ethical normative views toward human-nature interaction. They have been currently categorized into three types of anthropocentric, bio centric and eco centric. Nevertheless, it seems as if these limited supposed categories need to be extended, because there are some other worldviews with regard to human-nature interaction. For example, we can refer to religious worldviews based on the traditions of religions with different evaluated views. Furthermore, there is a need to explore such normative views with respect to community culture and beliefs. Based on descriptive methodology and survey research, present research aimed to explore and indicate ethical normative of human-nature interaction. The research was done in three phases. The first and second were carried out at Shiraz University and the third was done at Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Research population included B.A. university students. Multidimensional Scaling and Facet Theory were also used in exploratory and confirmatory stages respectively. Findings indicate that there are three normative views including anthropocentric, eco centric and theocentric toward human-nature ethical interaction. Furthermore, with confirming the proposed theory, a model or a scale obtained that can be used.