Journal of Futures Studies

Vol. 12 No. 3 Feb. 2008

  • Articles
    • Pedagogical Practice after the Information Age
      Erica McWilliam & Shane Dawson (pp. 1 – 14)
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    • Futures Education: Catalyst for Our Times
      Richard A. Slaughter (pp. 15 – 30)
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    • Navigating by the Stars: Using Futures Methodologies to Create a Preferred Vision for the Workforce, a Case Study
      Debbie Terranova (pp. 31 – 44)
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    • Towards Global Assessment of Innovative Projects: The MagicEye Method*
      Patrick Corsi (pp. 45 – 70)
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    • Mythogenesis and Nanotechnology: Future Medical Directions
      Arthur Saniotis (pp. 71 – 82)
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  • Essays
    • What can Leaders Really be Held Accountable for?
      Peter Saul (pp. 83 – 90)
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    • The World has Entered a New Zone of History: An Assessment of Global Trends
      William Van Dusen Wishard (pp. 91 – 100)
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    • The Evolutionary Time of Awakening: Do We Need a Third (neither Eastern, nor Western) Way in the World Evolution?
      Konstantin S. Khroutski (pp.101 – 108)
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  • Speeches
    • Part I: Oncoming “Leisure Era”: How We are Getting There
      Graham T.T. Molitor (pp. 109 – 120)
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    • Part II: Historical Perspectives: Less Time “WORKING”*
      Graham T.T. Molitor (pp. 121 – 130)
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    • Meeting the Challenges of Contemporary Energy Crises*
      Jan Anthony Chlapowski (pp. 131 – 140)
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  • Reports
    • Book Review Constructing Future Higher Education Scenarios: Insights from Universiti Sains Malaysia
      Maree Conway (pp. 141 – 144)
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    • Futurewatch
      Jennifer Coote (pp. 145 – 156)
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