The preceding seven chapters introduced a series of behavior change tools that can be incorporated into a community-based social marketing strategy. To showcase how to utilize these tools, a hypothetical program to foster the purchase of products with recycled-content will be introduced. Following this example, elements of effective strategy design will be discussed. Imagine that barrier and benefit research identified the following barriers to consumers purchasing products that hav…

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