Journal of Futures Studies

Vol. 18 No. 2 Dec. 2013

  • Articles
    • Learnings From Futures Studies:Learnings From Dator
      Sohail Inayatullah (pp. 1 – 10)
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    • Exploring the Possibility of East Asian Futures Studies: Reinterpreting Dator through Zhuangzi
      SeongWon Park (pp. 11 – 30)
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    • Possible Scenarios on the Future of the Panatag Shoal
      Shermon O. Cruz (pp. 31 – 58)
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    • Scenario Analyses of the Futures of Journalism Profession*
      Jari Kaivo-oja (pp. 59 – 82)
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    • The Common Futures of India and Pakistan: A New Approach
      Gautam Wahi (pp. 83 – 102)
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  • Symposium
    • Introduction to the Festschrift for Jim Dator
      Christopher B. Jones&Wendy L. Schultz (pp. 103 – 104)
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    • Introducing James Allen Dator: A Great  Friend, Scholar and Teacher
      Eleonora Barbieri Masini
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    • James A. Dator: The Man Who Beats the Drum for Futures Studies
      Wendell Bell (pp. 105 – 110)
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    • James Allen Dator: A Great Friend, Scholar and Teacher
      Eleonora Barbieri Masini (pp. 111 – 114)
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    • Surfing Dator’s Tsunamis of Change: Confessions of a Part-time Futurist
      Christopher B. Jones (pp. 115 – 122)
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    • Serendipitous Connections and the Future of Futures Studies
      Debora Halbert (pp. 123 – 126)
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    • Being a Datorling
      Jordi Serra (pp. 127 – 130)
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    • Jim Dator: The Living Embodiment of Futures Studies
      Jake F. Dunagan (pp. 131 – 138)
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    • Structure Matters: Method to Manoa School’s Madness or How I became convinced Jim Dator is a robot!
      John A. Sweeney (pp .139 – 146)
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