Do You See What I See? Examining the Epistemic Barriers to Sustainable Agriculture

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Carolan, M. (2006). Do You See What I See? Examining the Epistemic Barriers to Sustainable Agriculture. Rural Sociology, 71(2), 232.
This paper examines the epistemic barriers to sustainable agriculture, which are those aspects of food production that are not readily revealed by direct perception: such as decre…

Evaluating Adult Groundwater Education

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Gerakis, A. (1998). Evaluating adult groundwater education. Journal of Environmental Education, 30, 1, 20-24.
The Michigan Association of Soil Conservation Districts and the Michigan Soil Conservation Service organized a series of 1-day groundwater education workshops throughout Michigan.…

Michigan Citizens' Knowledge and Perceptions about Groundwater

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Suvedi, M., Krueger, D., Shrestha, A. & Bettinghouse, D. (2000). Michigan citizens' knowledge and perceptions about groundwater. Journal of Environmental Education, 31, 2, 16-21.
Knowledge and perceptions of Michigan residents about groundwater were assessed so that a comprehensive educational program could be developed and baseline information established…

Muddy Waters and Heavy Metal: Time and Attitudes Guide Judgements of Pollution

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Eiser, J. R., Podpadec, T. J., Reicher, S. D. & Stevenage, S. V. (1998). Muddy waters and heavy metal: Time and attitudes guide judgements of pollution. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 18, 2, 199-208.
Following an incident of serious river pollution from a disused mine, postal surveys of local residents were conducted approximately 6 wks (Time 1 [T1]; n = 536) and then 8 mo (T…

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