Journal of Futures Studies - Feb 2019
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Journal of Futures Studies
Feb 2019 Newsletter  
Vol. 23 No. 2



All Revolutions Are Equal; But Some Are More Equal Than Others
Michael McAllum
(PP. 1-12)
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Scenarios for ICT-related Education: A Qualitative Meta-analysis
Dhoya Snijders, Patrick van der Duin, Vincent Marchau and Gerben Janssen van Doorn
(PP. 13-28)
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Towards an Explicit Research Methodology: Adapting Research Onion Model for Futures Studies
Aleksandras Melnikovas
(PP. 29-44)
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Students’ Abilities to Envision Scenarios of Urban Futures
Iris Pauw, Tine Béneker, Joop van der Schee and Rob van der Vaart
(PP. 45-66)
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The Emergence of Open Construction Systems: A Sustainable Paradigm in the Construction Sector?
Christina Priavolou
(PP. 67-84)
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Exploring Asymmetry to Detect Disruption
Maureen Rhemann
(PP. 85-99)
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Book Reviews

A Review of Leonardo Caffo and Azzurra Muzzonigro’s “Costruire Futuri: Migrazioni, Città, Immaginazioni”
Steven Umbrello
(PP. 101-104)
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Review of Cliquet, R. and D. Avramov (2018), “Evolution Science and Ethics in the Third Millennium – Challenges and Choices for Humankind”
Kris Thienpont
(PP. 105-107)
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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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