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The Future of Marriage

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The Future of Marriage

The Future of Marriage is a conceptualization of American marriage in the year 2036 from a U.S. West-coast perspective. The project was developed over the course of five months in 2016 by four graduate students in the MBA Design Strategy program at the California College of the Arts, in a course run by Dr. Jake […]

CALL FOR PAPERS: AFRICA FUTURES SPECIAL ISSUE

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CALL FOR PAPERS: AFRICA FUTURES SPECIAL ISSUE

This special issue on the futures of Africa seeks to provide critical thinking about the futures of Africa that can support a range of new development strategies. It aims to explore key drivers of transformation, and the futures these point towards. And it aims to refresh analysis and change mindsets by providing a deeper understanding […]

Vol.21 No.4 June 2017

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Vol.21 No.4 June 2017

Articles Taiwan Trap: New Stories Needed, Rethinking Taiwan and China Futures Jeanne Hoffman (page 1-18) Abstract | View PDF The Future is Ours. How Dutch People Think About Technology and the Future Dhoya Snijders and Patrick van der Duin (19-36) Abstract | View PDF Re-imagining Cultural Heritage Archetypes Towards Sustainable Futures Phyllis Araneo (37-50) Abstract | View PDF Futures Scenarios for […]

Virtual Symposium on Reimagining Politics After the Election of Trump

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Virtual Symposium on Reimagining Politics After the Election of Trump

Welcome to the JFS Virtual Symposium landing page. Here you’ll find basic information on the virtual symposium. This symposium was born in an effort to draw upon the strengths of futures studies and related perspectives perspectives: a critical assessment of images of the future, an understanding of macro-history and the longue durée (long term social […]

Vol.21 No.2 Dec 2016

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Vol.21 No.2 Dec 2016

Articles Mapping Planning and Engagement Systems Applied by Four Queensland City Futures Initiatives: How City Futures Tools and Methods Engage Across Multiple Contexts Colin Russo (Page 1-20) Abstract | View PDF Youth Bulge: Demographic Dividend, Time Bomb, and other Futures Sohail Inayatullah (Page 21-34) Abstract | View PDF Anybody out there? The Future of Tax Gitte Heij (Page […]

Vol.21 No.1 Sep 2016

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Vol.21 No.1 Sep 2016

Articles Images of the Future: Perspectives of Students from Barcelona Carles Anguera & Antoni Santisteban (Page 1-18) Abstract | View PDF Using CLA to Deconstruct Current Scholarly Views on Corporate Accountability to Community Marcelle Holdaway (Page 19-34) Abstract | View PDF An Analysis of Queensland City Futures Initiatives: Using CLA to Analyse Processes of Planning […]

Odd Studio’s Cultureberg: Causal Layered Analysis meets Design

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Odd Studio’s Cultureberg: Causal Layered Analysis meets Design

  Designing is the process of shaping the future. By designing new technologies, services and environments, designers expect – intentionally or unintentionally – to change people’s values through their exposure to new artifacts, interactions and experiences. Such revolutionary designs as the car or the smart phone drastically changed human behaviour in many beneficial ways. However, […]

Gaming The Future(s): Pedagogies For Emergent Futures Tamkang University, Taiwan November 10-11, Tamsui, Taipei

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Gaming The Future(s): Pedagogies For Emergent Futures Tamkang University, Taiwan November 10-11, Tamsui, Taipei

A symposium was hosted by Tamkang University, in association with Kyung Hee University and the Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies, on November 10-11, in Tamsui, Taipei. Traditional pedagogical approaches to Futures Studies focused on expert based lecture formats. Scenario planning opened up the process by using groups of experts. In the past few decades, however, […]

ByoLogyc: exploring future scenarios through immersive experience design

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ByoLogyc: exploring future scenarios through immersive experience design

ByoLogyc is a fictional company from the future, brought to life in the world of today by The Mission Business, an experience design consultancy based in Toronto, Canada. Over 9 months spanning 2012 and 2013, The Mission Business rolled out an immersive and interactive experience that put the ByoLogyc brand in front of thousands of […]

Joint Research Center’s Scenario Exploration System

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Joint Research Center’s Scenario Exploration System

In December 2014, the Foresight and Behavioural Insights Unit at the European Commission’s DG Joint Research Centre began collaborating with the Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies and the Center for Postnormal Policy and Futures Studies to develop a serious game as part of an ongoing foresight study. The JRC’s Scenario Exploration System (hereafter JRC […]


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Journal of Futures Studies

Tamkang University, Tamsui Campus
Taipei, Taiwan 251
Tel: 886 2-2621-5656 ext. 3001
Fax: 886 2-2629-6440

ISSN 1027-6084