125.  

    Dunlap (1992), Jones and Dunlap (1992), Dunlap et al. (1993), Witherspoon et al. (1995).

    126.  

    Dunlap et al. (1993).

    127.  

    Inglehart (1995).

    128.  

    Stern and Dietz (1994), Kempton et al. (1995).

    129.  

    E.g., Rokeach (1973), Schwartz, (1992).

    130.  

    E.g., Stern et al. (1993).

    131.  

    E.g., confusion with ozone depletion and a strong perceived link to air pollution; Kempton (1991), Löfstedt (1992, 1995).

    132.  

    Consumer society debate, Goodwin et al. (1997), Crocker and Linden (1998); emulation debate, Wilk (1997).

    133.  

    Stern and Oskamp (1987), Kempton (1993), Lutzenhiser (1993), Gardner and Stern (1996).

    134.  

    Political participation, Dunlap and Mertig (1992), Brulle (1995); value priorities, Inglehart (1990, 1997), Stern and Dietz (1994), Kempton et al. (1995); framing of issues, Gamson and Modigliani (1989), Dietz et al. (1989), Mazur and Lee (1993); actions of scientific experts, Haas (1990, 1993).

    135.  

    Runge et al. (1994), Runge (1995).

    136.  

    Dicken (1992), Featherstone (1990), Sklair (1991).

    137.  

    Johnston et al. (1995).

    138.  

    Runge et al. (1994), Runge (1995).

    139.  

    Johnson and Beaulieu (1996).

    140.  

    Appendini and Liverman (1994).

    141.  

    de Bardeleben (1985), Vari and Tamas (1993).

    142.  

    E.g., Pritchett (1994).

    143.  

    See Hayflick (1994) for a summary.

    144.  

    Black (1994), El-Hinnawi (1985), Hugo (1996), Wood (1994).

    145.  

    Solow (1993), Arrow et al. (1995).

    146.  

    Technology diffusion, Grubler (1996); dematerializations and decarbonization, Herman et al. (1989), Wernick and Ausubel (1995), Nakicenovic (1996); time trends, Schurr (1984).

    147.  

    Induced innovation, Griliches (1957), Boserup (1965, 1981), Nelson and Winter (1982), Arthur (1994); synthesis, Ruttan (1997).

    148.  

    In the United States in 1995 and in Austria in 1997.

    149.  

    World Resources Institute (1996).

    150.  

    E.g., National Research Council (1992, 1994c, 1997).

    151.  

    National Research Council (1997).

    152.  

    Stern (1997).

    153.  

    National Research Council (1997).

    154.  

    National Research Council (1999).

    155.  

    Brooks (1986).

    156.  

    Kaplan (1994), Myers (1993), Ramlogan (1996); also see note 143.

    157.  

    Turner et al. (1995).

    158.  

    Turner et al. (1993), Moran (1995), National Research Council (1998).

    159.  

    E.g., Mausel et al. (1993), Moran et al. (1994).

    160.  

    E.g., experience with TIGER files from the U.S. census, National Research Council (1998).

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