Originally published in 1977, Energy II provides a comprehensive and updated bibliography of energy in the context of the social sciences. Following on from the first bibliography published in 1975, this book offers a fully updated bibliography, and argues that energy problems are best seen in the context of social phenomena, such as social attitudes, social behaviours, social institutions and structures and populations. The book provides a unique list of references that examine energy problems outside of the context of social factors.
Using the Margin Keyword Abbreviations and the Subject Index
1. Keyword Abbreviations and Keyword Groups
2. Author/Title/Source Main Listing
3. Subject Index
4. Appendix: A Note on Published Sources Searched
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