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Ecological Worldview and Environmental Knowledge: The "New Environmental Paradigm"

Arcury, T. A., Johnson, T. P. & Scollay, S. J. (1986). Ecological worldview and environmental knowledge: The "New Environmental Paradigm". Journal of Environmental Education, 17, 4, 35-40.
With the increased societal awareness of environmental issues, social scientists have expanded their examination of environmentally related topics. One component of this expansio…

The Effects of Order of Test Administration on Environmental Attitudes

Armstrong, J. B., & Impara, J. C. (1990). The effects of order of test administration on environmental attitudes. Journal of Environmental Education, 21, 3, 37-39.
Administered 1 of 4 knowledge tests based on the content of 4 issues of the National Wildlife Federation's NatureScope to 101 5th- and 6th-grade students in conjunction with a…

Conservation Behavior as the Outcome of Environmental Education

Asch, J. & Shore, B. M. (1975). Conservation behavior as the outcome of environmental education. Journal of Environmental Education, 6, 4, 25-33.

Challenges for Environmental Education Planners

Childress, R. B. & Wert, J. (1976). Challenges for environmental education planners. Journal of Environmental Education, 7, 4, 2-6.

Content Analysis: A Technique for Measuring Attitudes Expressed in Environmental Education Literature

Burrus-Bammel, L. L., Bammel, G., & Kopitsky, K. (1988). Content analysis: A technique for measuring attitudes expressed in environmental education literature. Journal of Environmental Education, 19, 4, 32-37.
Demonstrated a content analysis approach to documentary research involving archive material. The 5 steps of (1) defining the population, (2) determining the sample, (3) isolatin…

A Review of Environmental Values Education

Caduto, M. (1983). A review of environmental values education. Journal of Environmental Education, 14, 3, 13-21.
Discusses effective strategies for environmental values education (EVE). Eight major strategies to be considered in general moral education are examined: the laissez faire approac…

A Curriculum for the Conservation of People and their Environment

Brennan, M. J. (1986). A curriculum for the conservation of people and their environment. Journal of Environmental Education, 17, 4, 1-12.

Curriculum: The Voice of Nature

Cohen, M. J. (1983). Curriculum: The voice of nature. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 10, 3, 109-118.
Discusses a subconscious anti-nature mentality in Americans that divides the planet and people's wholeness, laying the foundation for the unwholesome environmental, spiritual, a…

Exploring the Difference between Recyclers and Non-Recyclers: The Role of Information

De Young, R. (1989). Exploring the difference between recyclers and non-recyclers: The role of information. Journal of Environmental Systems, 18, 341-351.
This article reports on a pilot study which explored how recyclers and non-recyclers differ. Two hundred households were first identified by direct observation over a series of m…

Energy Conservation Behavior: The Difficult Path from Information to Action

Costanzo, M., Archer, D., Aronson, E., & Pettigrew, T. (1986). Energy conservation behavior: The difficult path from information to action. American Psychologist, 41, 5, 521-528.
Presents a social-psychological model of energy-use behavior that draws on behavioral and social research to explain influence processes and behavioral change related to energy co…

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