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Influence of Attitude to Technology, Perceived Benefits and Perceived Risks on Stakeholders' Attitude towards Outdoor Residual Spraying
Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communications
Objectives: The goal of this paper is to analyze the influence of attitude to technology, perceived benefits and perceived risks on stakeholders' attitude towards ORS. This method needs support from stakeholders so that its implementation does not cause any concern. Design/Methodology/Approach: In order to achieve the desired goal, questionnaires were built on the basis of a validated study. The questionnaires were distributed randomly on three hundred and ninetynine adult respondents above 18doi:10.21786/bbrc/13.15/14 fatcat:som5m7kltvdandeddgz452jjju