Originally published in 1977. This annotated guide to sources of information on the social science aspects of energy and energy alternatives describes materials and sources of interest to users at all levels. The chapters separate information according to the type of material or the issuing organization. The index classifies according to type of energy, or energy issue. The final chapter is a special section of listings of empirical social science studies on energy and the energy crisis which contain detailed annotation on the methods, variables and findings. Those research projects cover attitudes, behavior, costs, policy and other energy-related matters.
Preface 1. Instructional Aids 2. Reference 3. Published Sources, Texts, Readers, Manuals, Etc. 4. Periodicals 5. Non-Government Organizations, Associations and Companies 6. Government Services 7. Education, Courses, Workshops, Conferences 8. Programs, Centers and Research Projects 9. Energy Alternatives and Self-Sufficiency 10. Sources for the Visually Handicapped 11. Recent Social Science Energy Studies: An Annotated Bibliography (compiled and annotated by Frederick Frankena, Frederick H. Buttel and Denton E. Morrison)
Reissuing works originally published between 1964 and 1994, this set of ten volumes is an excellent collection of works on energy – production and consumption, economics and policy, conservation and the crisis. International in scope, the volumes look at household energy conditions, energy in the developing world, political history and various other issues within the world of fuel and power. This set is a resource for environment studies, economics, policy and politics, sociology, geography and other studies considering the use of energy in our world.