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Stern, Paul C. Changing Behavior In Households And Communities: What Have We Learned?. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 201-211. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
Rosa, E. A, and Thomas M Dietz. Climate Change And Society: Speculation, Construction And Scientific Investigation. International Sociology 13 (1998): 421-. Web. International Sociology.
Hackett, B. M et al. Comparing The Methodologies Of Research On Household Consumption. What Works: Documenting The Results Of Energy Conservation In Buildings. Ed. Jeffrey Harris & Blumstein, Carl. Washington, DC: ACEEE Press, 1984. 439-444. Web. What Works: Documenting The Results Of Energy Conservation In Buildings.
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Dietz, Thomas M, A. Fitzgerald, and Rachael L Shwom. Environmental Values. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 30 (2005): 335-372. Web. Annual Review Of Environment And Resources.
Dimensions, of Global Cha. Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research Directions. Ed. Paul C Stern et al. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1997. Web.
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P. Schultz, Wesley. Knowledge, Information, And Household Recycling: Examining The Knowledge-Deficit Model Of Behavior Change. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 67-82. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
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Lutzenhiser, Loren. Marketing Household Energy Conservation: The Message And The Reality. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, Submitted. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
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Valente, T. W, and D. V Schuster. The Public Health Perspective For Communicating Environmental Issues. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 105-124. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
Dietz, Thomas M et al. Public Perceptions Of Climate Change As A Human Health Risk: Surveys Of The United States, Canada And Malta. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 7 (2010): 2559-2606. Web. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health.
Dietz, Thomas M, Amy Dan, and Rachel Shwom. Public Perceptions Of Energy Consumption And Savings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (2007): 16054-16059. Web. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences.
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Dietz, Thomas M, and Paul C Stern. Toward A Theory Of Choice: Socially Embedded Preference Construction. Journal of Socio-Economics 24 (1995): 261-. Web. Journal Of Socio-Economics.
Stern, Paul C. Toward A Working Definition Of Consumption For Environmental Research And Policy. Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research Directions. Ed. Paul C Stern et al. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1997. 12-35. Web. Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research Directions.
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Stern, Paul C, and Thomas M Dietz. The Value Basis Of Environmental Concern. Journal of Social Issues,50(3) (1994): 65-. Web. Journal Of Social Issues,50(3).
Stern, Paul C et al. A Value-Belief-Norm Theory Of Support For Social Movements: The Case Of Environmental Concern. Human Ecological Review 6 (1999): 81-. Web. Human Ecological Review.
Stern, Paul C et al. Values, Beliefs, And Proenvironmental Attitude Formation Toward Emergent Attitude Objects. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 25 (1995): 1611-. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.