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Socioeconomic Environmental Studies Series

Environment A Bibliography

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transfer and a maximum interface in related
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2. Environmental Protection Technology
3. Ecological Research
4. Environmental Monitoring
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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES series. This series
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legal systems, cultural values, and business
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endorsement or recommendation for use.
EPA-600/5-74-011
February 1974

ENVIRONMENT: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND RELATED LITERATURE

Compiled by

Denton E. Morrison
Kenneth E. Hornback
W. Keith Warner

Assisted by: Mary Beth Webb, Virginia Bemis, Gail Eitniear, Monica Merryman,
Roy Saper, Olivia Mejorado, Betty Barron and Signe Ottersen

Grant No. R-801234

Project Officer

Dr. Fred Abel, Chief


Economic Analysis Branch
Implementation Research Division

Prepared for :

OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND MONITORING


U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20460

Copyright © 1973 by Denton E. Morrison

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 - Price $7.45
ABSTRACT

This comprehensive, unannotated bibliography contains nearly 5,000


items covering literature in and related to the fields of anthropology,
communications, economics, education, design, geography, history, human
ecoLogy, landscape architecture, management, planning, politics and
government, population, psychology, public administration, recreation,
social psychology and sociology. The emphasis is on literature that is
substantively, methodologically or theoretically relevant to man and his
activities in relationship to natural environments. The bibliography is
listed alphabetically by author, with an extensive, crosslisted subject-
by-title index under 42 categories.
This bibliography was submitted in fulfillment of Environmental
Protection Agency Grant Number R-801234 by Denton E. Morrison (Project
Director) and Kenneth E. Hornback, Department of Sociology, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, Michigan and W. Keith Warner, Department
of Sociology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Work was completed
in October, 1973.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We wish to thank the many environmental social scientists and


others whose splendid cooperation provided valuable substantive, pro
cedural and organizational suggestions for the bibliography. In many
cases their lists were substantially incorporated into the present
one. In particular we are grateful to Anita Cochrane and Robert Durren-
berger for permission, even encouragement, to include large portions of
their excellent bibliographies (numbers 964 and 1371 below) . We also
wish to thank the many commercial and academic publishers who responded
generously to our request by sending information and copies. Dr. Dennis
Tihansky and Dr. Fred Abel of the Economic Analysis Branch are acknow
ledged for their support, patience and encouragement throughout the
project. Much of the initial version of the bibliography was compiled
in 1971 while the senior compiler was on leave at and supported by the
Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station through the Rural Sociology
Department, University of Wisconsin, Madison; this support is gratefully
acknowledged as is the continuing support of the Michigan Agricultural
Experiment Station.

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CONTENTS

Page

Abstract ii

Acknowledgements iii

Sections

I Introduction \

II Entries Listed Alphabetically by Author 4

III Index of Titles by Subjects H 575

Contents 575

Aesthetic, Humanistic, Literary, Religious,


Philosophic 577

Agriculture, Food, Ranching, Rural 582

Air 587

Anthropology 590

Attitudes, Behavior, Opinions, Motives Values,


Perceptions, Cognitions, Knowledge, Psychology,
Social Psychology 593

Built Environment -Natural Environment Interface,


Including Urban Environment-Natural Environment
Relationships 609

Climate 618

Communications, Media 621

Conflicts, Controversy, Competition, Issues 623

Conservation, Conservation Movement 627

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Economics, Business, Industry, Economic Growth and


Development, Work, Occupations 632

Education 646

Energy, Minerals 648

Forests 651

General Ecology, General Environment, Social Ecology,


Human Ecology, Eco-Systems 654

Geography, Regional Studies 669

Government, Public Agencies 678

History 687

International, Interstate, Intergovernmental,


Interagency 691

Land 696

Law, Property Rights 706

Management, Policy, Decision Making, Planning,


Development 710

Medicine, Health 730

Methodology, Evaluation, Measurement, Indicators,


Systems Analysis, Cost-Benefit Techniques,
Projections, Monitoring, Control, Standards,
Performance Criteria, Theory, Concepts 733

Natural Disasters, Natural Hazards 747

Natural Resources, General 751

Noise 756

Place Names in Title 758

Politics 770

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Pollution 775

Population, Demography, Migration, Crowding 781

Quality of Life, Affluence, Living Standards,


General Environmental Quality 791

Readers, Conference Proceedings, Special Issues,


Textbooks 795

Recreation, Leisure, Parks, Wilderness, Wildlife,


Nature 802

Reference: Bibliographies, Data Sets, Catalogs,


Directories, Literature Surveys and Reviews 812

Science, Technology 816

Sociology, Social Organization, Institutions,


Culture, Society 821

Space, Spatial Behavior, Territoriality 834

Transportation 837

Voluntary Action, Voluntary Organizations, Citizen


Participation, Social Movements 839

Waste 845

Water 846

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FOREWORD

In order to achieve the goal of improved environmental quality,


as fostered by the passage of the National Environmental Policy Act of
1969, the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972, and
related acts, decision-makers are required to consider numerous socio
economic factors and impacts. Unfortunately the compilation or development
of information necessary for decision-making often has been a problem.
The extremely rapid increase in the social science literature which relates
to environmental quality has made the researcher's job difficult. Com
pounding this difficulty has been the lack of a comprehensive bibliography
devoted entirely to the social science literature on environmental matters.
Provision of such a definitive bibliography will be of value to researchers
and decision-makers.

The Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Develop


ment, as a part of its Implementation Research Division Program, conducts
research whose primary objectives include the dissemination of research
findings in the socio-economic field. This bibliography is published as
an aid to researchers in retrieving information on social science research
relative to environmental matters.

The bibliography was compiled by Denton E. Morrison and his associates


of Michigan State University and Brigham Young University, under contract to
the Economic Analysis Branch, Implementation Research Division.

Fred H. Abel
Chief, Economic Analysis Branch

Alan P. Carl in
Director, Implementation Research
Division

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INTRODUCTION

Environmental problems cannot adequately be solved without the


fullest research participation of all the social sciences, including
research into the existing body of social science knowledge on environ
ment. But both social scientists with long-term involvement in envi
ronmental research as well as the many who are more recently involved
are frustrated by a lack of comprehensive bibliographic resources.
Many existing bibliographies incorporate social science references, of
course, and some subject-specialized social science bibliographies are
available, but a comprehensive bibliography does not exist. Thus,
mountains may be climbed because they are there, but bibliographies are
made because they are not there and are needed if research is to benefit
from and improve upon existing work. It is hoped that the present
effort will help satisfy this need.

Both the notions of "social science" and "environment" have very


broad parameters; narrowing these to the point where a compilation
becomes possible is a most difficult task. Some arbitrary judgements
are bound to be involved. The most general, over-riding criterion for
exclusion-inclusion has been that our interest is in literature that
deals directly or indirectly with broadly conceived social science
aspects of man and his activities in relationship to the natural envi
ronment. However, we include literature dealing with man in relation
ship to other environments (social, cultural, political, technological,
built) with substantive, methodological or theoretical content specifi
cally relevant to the man-natural environment relationship. Beyond
this, we have consistently tried to err on the liberal rather than con
servative side in deciding whether an item should be included. Partly
this criterion is dictated by the fact that it makes the decisions
easier, but partly this criterion grew out of an important feature of
the procedure that produced the bibliography.

In late 1972 we circulated a preliminary draft of the bibliography


containing about 1,500 entries to around 200 social scientists with
known environmental interests. We solicited their cooperation in sug
gesting additional items, the organization of the bibliography and the
names and addresses of other social scientists that might like the same
opportunity. From this we received literally thousands of suggestions
of items for inclusion, plus many useful suggestions for further library
searching procedures, organization, indexing, criteria for delineating
the subject matter, and so on. This response was at once humiliating,
frustrating, edifying, challenging and encouraging. We were humiliated
at finding out how much we had missed in earlier searches, frustrated at
the prospect of making sense of so much new material, edified by the
content as well as the broader concept of the subject matter implicit in
the new material and, finally, challenged to incorporate both this

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broader concept and the new materials into the final version, particu
larly because the response was overwhelmingly supportive of the utility
of our endeavor. Naturally we did not take all the suggestions of items
for inclusion, but because we aimed at inclusiveness rather than exclu-
siveness we more often than not gave the benefit of doubt to the nomi
nator. In a sense, then, the bibliography reflects an operational and,
we hope, somewhat creative first attempt at helping an emerging field
conceptualize and define itself by tapping and lightly filtering the
views of those who see themselves as its practicioners . Not everyone can
be expected to agree with the broad conceptualization that has resulted,
but without such preliminary reconnaisance no definitive future mapping
is possible. We are aware, of course, that our own biases are rather
apparent, for instance in the inclusion of a fairly large number of items
(and index categories) reflecting research on the voluntary organizations
in the environmental movement and on the environmental aspects of quality
of life.

We are confident that if this procedure were done again with a new
and more comprehensive list of social scientists it would probably pro
duce a bibliography again as large as the present one. We are also con
fident that many of the present entries contain erroneous information in
addition to the fact that they vary in completeness of information. This
is inherent in the fact that it became impossible to check every item.
Indeed, much of the literature is of a somewhat "fugitive" character that
defies location in any library collection; but this does not mean that it
will not pay some researchers to know about it and track it down.

We hope that those who encounter difficulties in using the biblio


graphy because of its length, its probable inaccuracies, and its lack of
definitive indications for laying hands on certain items will be as gene
rous in their attitude toward us as their colleagues were in supplying
the relevant and tempting, but often sketchy, information. There may
also be some consolation in knowing we are contemplating seeking support
for funds to update and correct the bibliography. Additionally, we are
attempting to secure support to publish an address and telephone direc
tory of its authors -- and those authors who should have been included --
in order to facilitate the direct exchanges of literature and information
that are crucial to ongoing research. We consequently solicit the rele
vant information from all parties.

A SUGGESTED PROCEDURE FOR USE OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY

The index to this bibliography contains the nonpunctuated (and some


times slightly abbreviated) titles of the items crosslisted under 42 subject
categories. Particularly those users who have access to clerical services
will doubtless find it useful to (1) mark the titles of interest under one or

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more subject categories, (2) have an assistant mark these items in the
alphabetized list, (3) peruse these marked items with an aim toward
further filtering and marking according to author, place and time of
publication, and, finally, (4) have the items of special interest re
solved to a typed list. In sum, the most efficient way to work with
this bibliography will be to approach it systematically with the idea
of investing time and effort to resolve it to your own list or lists.
The prospect of this may not be a happy one to some, but so far as we
know no other resource makes available the opportunity of reducing this
task from several months to several hours.

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651. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: A GUIDE TO


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652. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Environmental Policy and National


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653. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Environmental Policy in a Hyper


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654. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Environmental Quality as an


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655. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES: INTERGOVERNMENTAL


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656. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES: POLITICAL


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658. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES: RESEARCH AND


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659. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Fresh Approaches for Government


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660. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Government and Environmental


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661. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Human Environment." JOURNAL OF


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662. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. IN DEFENSE OF EARTH: INTERNATIONAL


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663. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "International Fusion in Landscape


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664. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Interstate Cooperation in River


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666. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Management of Resources and the


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667. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "The Means to Action: Managing the


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668. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "A National Policy for Energy?"


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671. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Policy: Planning and Administra


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673. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Politics and the Public Lands."


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674. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. POLITICS, PROFESSIONALISM AND


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675. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Possibilities for an Ecological


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676. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Problems of Applied Ecology:


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677. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Problems of Policy and Aminist ration. "
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678. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Public Policies and Environmental


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680. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Public Policy Implications of


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682. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Responsiveness and Responsibility:


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685. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "Social and Political Trends


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687. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "The Unecological Animal: Can A


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688. Caldwell, Lynton Keith. "The Urban Environment as an Ecolo


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689. Caldwell, Lynton Keith and De Wille, William B. A SYLLABUS


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691. Calef, Wesley Carr. PRIVATE GRAZING AND PUBLIC LANDS:


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