There is relationship between faculty and expectations regarding sustainable catering
The correlation analysis showed that there is only a weak relationship between both variables since the Cramer’s V value for all subcategories of sustainability remain below 0.2.
*Three stacked Bar charts the faculties/dependent variable*
Furthermore, when testing the approximate significance, the results show that there is no significant relationship regarding the subcategories services (P-value: 0.656), product (P-value: 0.945) and recycling (P-value: 0.769). Consequently, we have to reject this hypothesis since there is no significant relationship between faculty membership and the expectations regarding sustainable catering.
This finding could indicate that the UM community might be more homogenous when it comes to sustainability than we expected in the beginning. Correspondingly, this could strengthen the argument for a comprehensive approach that is applied to all faculties in the same way to meet the expectations regarding sustainable catering.