Journal of Futures Studies

Research in Progress

The Dawn of our Patent Futures

March 24th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Ethics, Futures and the Commons, Research in Progress, Technology Futures | Comments Off on The Dawn of our Patent Futures

by Heather Frey Introduction The plethora of topics touched on by United States’ patent law makes a discussion of its futures an overwhelming challenge. This provocation is exacerbated by the current discourse surrounding patents, which either focuses on the subject area being patented1 or the processes involved in obtaining a patent.2 These approaches are symptoms of […]

Future Visions for 2030: Of Economy, Sustainability and Employment

March 24th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Research in Progress, Sociology and Social Change Perspectives | Comments Off on Future Visions for 2030: Of Economy, Sustainability and Employment

by Juha Saukkonen, Minh Thu Dang, Anne Lukkarinen&Hoa Quynh Tran Introduction JAMK University of Applied Sciences (later in this paper: JAMK) is a Finnish institution of Higher Education, offering programs (undergraduate and graduate) in various academic fields. As the pedagogical strategy of JAMK (JAMK, 2012) aims at high quality of education and internationalization, research initiative “Future Visions 2030” […]

Introduction and Short Pieces

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by John A. Sweeney Introduction On relatively short notice, presenters from the Mānoa Futures Symposium were asked to provide essay-style snapshots of their talks for inclusion in The Journal of Futures Studies. As it was necessary to impose a hasty deadline, some presenters were unable to lengthen their pieces sufficiently, but as we did not want […]

Drawing and Storytelling as a Means for Understanding Children's Concepts of the Future : Research in Progress

November 19th, 2001  |  by  |  published in Narrative Foresight, Research in Progress | Comments Off on Drawing and Storytelling as a Means for Understanding Children's Concepts of the Future : Research in Progress

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Drawing and Storytelling as a Means for Understanding Children’s Concepts of the Future : Research in Progress

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