Psychology for a Better World
- Language:English（Translation Services Available）
- Publication date:May,2018
- Retail Price:29.99 USD
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Aimed at the teacher who updates her class on the
latest climate change negotiations, the office manager
who buys Fair Trade coffee or the city councillor who
lobbies for cycle lanes, this book is a guide for everyone
who is trying to create a more sustainable planet.
How can we persuade others to join us? Based on the
latest psychological research, Professor Niki Harré
shows which strategies work (drawing on positive
emotions, role modelling and social identity), which
don’t and why. The book ends with a self-help guide for
sustainability advocates that outlines how we can work
for change at the personal, group and civic level.
Niki Harré is an associate professor of psychology at the
University of Auckland. She is the author of highly cited
articles on youth and activism and is editor, with Quentin
Atkinson, of the book Carbon Neutral by 2020: How New
Zealanders Can Tackle Climate Change.