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Additionally, we included a brief experiment of the awareness of social media as a suitable communication channel about switching from grey to green energy. To identify empirical evidence for decision factors of agents, a number of characteristics and attitudes were defined and tested in the survey. , intuitive vs. , descriptive and injunctive norms), mapped to memorized norms and their strength and implemented by different ways in activating norms; and (7) selfefficacy in relation to environmental protection, mapped to the agents’ personality parameters.
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