Intrinsic Satisfaction Derived from Office Recycling Behavior: A Case Study in Taiwan

Lee, Y.-J., de Young, R. (1994). Intrinsic satisfaction derived from office recycling behavior: A case study in Taiwan. Social Indicators Research, 31, 1, 63-76.
Examined the dimensionality of intrinsic satisfaction (INS) and, using a path analysis technique, explored the causal relationships between INS and office recycling behavior (ORB)…

Using Verbal and Visual Prompts to Control Littering in High Schools

Houghton, S. (1993). Using verbal and visual prompts to control littering in high schools. Educational Studies, 19, 3, 247-254.
Investigated the use of verbal and visual prompts to control litter behavior of students in 2 Western Australian high schools. 1,750 students participated in the study. Data were …

Environmentalism and Consumers' Clothing Disposal Patterns: An Exploratory Study

Shim, S. (1995). Environmentalism and consumers' clothing disposal patterns: An exploratory study. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 13, 1, 38-48.
Examined the influence of environmental attitude and waste recycling behavior on clothing disposal patterns and the influence of gender, age, and ethnicity on clothing disposal pa…

The Unintended Effects of a Posted Sign on Littering Attitudes and Stated Intentions

Horsley, A. D. (1988). The unintended effects of a posted sign on littering attitudes and stated intentions. Journal of Environmental Education, 19, 3, 10-14.
The effects of an anti-littering sign that read "We treat litterbugs like all insects" were compared with those for a sign that read "Please save our landscape; don't litter." Ss …

Attitudes and Recycling: Does the Measurement of Affect Enhance Behavioral Prediction?

Smith, S. M., Haugtvedt, C. P., & Petty, R. E. (1994). Attitudes and recycling: Does the measurement of affect enhance behavioral prediction?. Psychology and Marketing, 11, 4, 359-374.
Recent attempts to improve the influence of social marketing have often focused on behavioral strategies, largely neglecting the concept of attitude. This is understandable given…

Toward a Sustainable Society: Waste Minimization through Environmentally Conscious Consuming

Linn, N., Vining, J., & Feeley, P. A. (1994). Toward a sustainable society: Waste minimization through environmentally conscious consuming. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 17, 1550-1572.
The experiment was an educational intervention that promoted and described an ongoing environmental tagging program located in a chain of 3 local grocery stores. Over the period o…

Predicting Recycling Behavior from Global and Specific Environmental Attitudes and Changes in Recycling Opportunities

Vining, J., & Ebreo, A. (1992). Predicting recycling behavior from global and specific environmental attitudes and changes in recycling opportunities. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22, 20, 1580-1607.
Surveys of 1,028 households in a medium-sized city were conducted annually for 3 yrs to investigate changes in general environmental concern (as measured by R. E. Dunlap and K. D.…

Determinants of Participation in Multi-Family Recycling Programs

Katzev, R., Blake, G., & Messer, B. (1993). Determinants of participation in multi-family recycling programs. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23, 5, 374-385.
Investigated the determinants of recycling in multifamily residences by administering a questionnaire to 191 residents of buildings where recycling collection systems had been ins…

Consumer/Voter Behavior in the Passage of the Michigan Container Law

Crosby, L. A., Gill, J. D., & Taylor, J. R. (1981). Consumer/voter behavior in the passage of the Michigan container law. Journal of Marketing, 45, 2, 19-32.
The landslide victory of Michigan's bottle bill by popular vote contradicts previous findings regarding the small size of the ecologically concerned consumer segment. A survey of…

Influences on Attitude-Behavior Relationships: A Natural Experiment with Curbside Recycling

Guagnano, G. A., Stern, P. C., & Dietz, T. (1995). Influences on attitude-behavior relationships: A natural experiment with curbside recycling. Environment and Behavior, 27, 5, 699-718.
To test a model in which attitudinal factors & external conditions act in combination to influence behavior, evidence was gathered in in a natural experiment in recycling in which…

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