Journal of Futures Studies - July 2020
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Journal of Futures Studies July 2020 Newsletter

Vol. 24 No. 4



The Internet, Epistemological Crisis and the Realities of the Future: An Introduction to this Special Issue
José Ramos and Michael Nycyk
(PP. 1-4)
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Four Futures of Reality 
José Ramos
(PP. 5-24)
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From Data Serfdom to Data Ownership: An Alternative Futures View of Personal Data as Property Rights
Michael Nycyk
(PP. 25-34)
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Web Wide Warfare. Part 1: The Blue Shadow
Marcus T. Anthony
(PP. 35-50)
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Grasping the Tensions Affecting the Futures of Internet
Mikko Dufva, Hannu-Pekka Ikäheimo, Tomi Slotte Dufva
(PP. 51-60)
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The Postnormal Condition
Liam Mayo
(PP. 61-72)
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Knowledge Democracy, Action Research, the Internet and the Epistemic Crisis
Lonnie Rowell and Meagan Call-Cummings
(PP. 73–82)
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Solving the Wickedest Problem: Reconciling Differing Worldviews 
Tim Morgan
(PP. 83–94)
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How Can We Advert Our Society’s Drift Toward Disaster by Charting a Different Course?
Neal Gorenflo
(PP. 95–98)
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Book Review

Confronting a High-Tech Nightmare: A Review of Zuboff’s the Age of Surveillance Capitalism
Richard A. Slaughter
(PP. 99–102)
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Special Research Article

Visioning the Future: Evaluating Learning Outcomes and Impacts of Futures-Oriented Education
Kuo-Hua Chen and Li-Ping Hsu
(PP. 103–116)
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General Journal Information

Who We Are

The Journal of Futures Studies is a publication of Tamkang University, Taiwan, supported by the Graduate Institute of Futures Studies.

The Journal of Futures Studies is a globally-oriented, trans-disciplinary refereed journal. Its mission is to develop high-quality, futures-oriented research and thinking based on the evolving knowledge base of Futures Studies.

JFS will highlight recent and upcoming editions and news from the journal, with a view toward making it easy for you to both access articles and essays as well as share them with your colleagues and networks. JFS aims to bring you:

    Epistemologically focused studies on the construction of possible, probable and preferable futures,
    Emerging methodologies in futures studies, including integrated, layered, and critical approaches, as well as empirical, interpretive or action-learning based approaches,
    Applied Futures (for example, case studies in the use of futures thinking for organizational transformation),
    Alternative futures of particular subjects (for example, genetics, nano-technology, utopianism, social movements, or particular areas, such as East Asia).

The editors invite contributors in the areas of foresight, forecasting, long-range planning, visioning and other related areas. Find out about submitting an article.

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