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Walker, J. M. Voluntary Response To Energy Conservation Appeals. Journal of Consumer Research 7 (1980): 88-92. Web. Journal Of Consumer Research.
Leonard-Barton, D. Voluntary Simplicity Lifestyles And Energy Conservation. Journal of Consumer Research 8 (1981): 243-252. Web. Journal Of Consumer Research.
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Becker, Lawrence J, and Clive Seligman. Welcome To The Energy Crisis. Journal of Social Issues 37 (1981): 1-30. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Hewitt, D., and D. Palermini. What Motivates Multi-Family Property Owners?. Home Energy (1989): 11-14. Web. Home Energy.
Stern, Paul C. What Psychology Knows About Energy Conservation. American Psychology 47 (1992): 1224-1232. Web. American Psychology.
Deutscher, I. What We Say/What We Do: Sentiments And Acts. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1973. Web.
P. Schultz, Wesley, Stuart Oskamp, and T. Mainieri. Who Recycles And When? A Review Of Personal And Situational Factors. Journal of Environmental Psychology 15 (1995): 105-. Web. Journal Of Environmental Psychology.
Conlisk, J. Why Bounded Rationality?. Journal of Economic Literature (1996): 34-. Web. Journal Of Economic Literature.
Doble, M. Why Do Poor Consumers Like Prepayment?. Energy Action (1999): n. pag. Web. Energy Action.
Wilhite, H. L. Why Energy Needs Anthropology. Anthropology Today (2005): 21-. Web. Anthropology Today.
Feldman, S. L. Why Is It So Hard To Sell &Quot;Savings&Quot; As A Reason For Energy Conservation?. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives on Individual Behavior (1987): 27-40. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
Kempton, Willett. Will Public Environmental Concern Lead To Action On Global Warming?. Annual Review of Energy and Environment 18 (1993): 217-. Web. Annual Review Of Energy And Environment.
Douglas, M., and B. Isherwood. The World Of Goods. New York: W. W. Norton, 1979. Web.

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