Using sustainability games to elicit moral hypotheses from scientists and engineers

Evan Selinger, Thomas Seager, Susan Spierre, David Schwartz

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationRethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication
PublisherAshgate Publishing Ltd
Pages117-128
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9781409428664
StatePublished - 2012

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Selinger, E., Seager, T., Spierre, S., & Schwartz, D. (2012). Using sustainability games to elicit moral hypotheses from scientists and engineers. In Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication (pp. 117-128). Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Using sustainability games to elicit moral hypotheses from scientists and engineers. / Selinger, Evan; Seager, Thomas; Spierre, Susan; Schwartz, David.

Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2012. p. 117-128.

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Selinger, E, Seager, T, Spierre, S & Schwartz, D 2012, Using sustainability games to elicit moral hypotheses from scientists and engineers. in Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, pp. 117-128.
Selinger E, Seager T, Spierre S, Schwartz D. Using sustainability games to elicit moral hypotheses from scientists and engineers. In Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication. Ashgate Publishing Ltd. 2012. p. 117-128
Selinger, Evan ; Seager, Thomas ; Spierre, Susan ; Schwartz, David. / Using sustainability games to elicit moral hypotheses from scientists and engineers. Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2012. pp. 117-128
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