Journal of Futures Studies

Vol. 13 No. 3 Feb. 2009

  • Articles
    • Philanthropy Transformed: Emerging Change and Changes in Charities*
      Wendy L. Schultz (pp. 1 – 18)
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    • Causal Layered Pedagogy: Rethinking Curricula Practice
      Marcus Bussey (pp. 19 – 32)
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    • The Unholy Trinity, Plus One
      Jim Dator (pp. 33 -48)
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    • Technological Singularity and Transcendental Monism: Co-producers of Sustainable Alternative Futures
      Jan H. Naude (pp. 49 – 58)
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    • Foresight Styles Assessment: A Theory Based Study in Competency and Change*
      Natalie Dian (pp. 59 – 74)
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  • Scenario Symposium
    • Questioning Scenarios
      Sohail Inayatullah (pp. 75 – 80)
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    • Scenarios: Worth the Effort?
      Graham T.T. Molitor (pp. 81 – 92)
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    • Scenarios in Action: Comments and New Directions
      Fabrice Roubelat (pp. 93 – 98)
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    • From Strategic Foresight to Conversations about Alternative and Desired Futures Using Scenarios to Transform the Present
      Robert Burke (pp. 99 – 104)
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    • Utility and Drawbacks of Scenario Planning in Taiwan and China
      Jui-Kuei Chen (pp. 105 – 106)
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    • Scenarios Practices: In Search of Theory
      Angela Wilkinson (pp. 107 – 114)
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    • An Integral Approach to Scenarios
      Peter Hayward & Rowena Morrow (pp. 115 – 118)
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    • From Foresight to Insight: Using Scenarios Well
      Andrew Curry (pp. 119 – 122)
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    • Windows for the Mind: The Use of Scenario Planning for Enhancing Decision-Making and Managing Uncertainty
      Gary Saliba (pp. 123 – 128)
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    • Stepping into, or through, the Mirror: Embodying Alternative Scenario Patterns
      Anthony Judge (pp. 129 – 138)
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    • Questioning Scenarios
      Marcus Barber (pp. 139 – 146)
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    • Reinventing the Wheel: Common Sense and Responsibility in Futures Studies
      Jordi Serra (pp. 147 – 150)
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    • Scenarios: Process and Outcome
      Elina Hiltunen (pp. 151 – 152)
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    • Who will Engage in Scenario Planning Ten to Twenty Years from Now?
      Rosaleen Love  (pp. 153 – 154)
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    • If it Works, Use it: Symposium Response by Graham Molitor
      Graham T.T. Molitor (pp. 155 – 156)
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  • Essays
    • Reflection on Thirty Years Involvement with Futures Thinking from a UK Perspective
      Graham H. May (pp. 157 – 160)
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    • Wendell Bell and Oliver W. Markley: Two Futurists’ Views of the Preferable, the Possible and the Probable
      Darrell Kicker (pp. 161 – 178)
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    • Optimizing The Obama Shift
      David Loye (pp. 179 – 186)
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    • Futurewatch
      Jennifer Coote (pp. 187 – 198)
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