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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Bascur, R. Salinas.  Forget the NWICO and begin all over again: a report of the collaborative project on information overload and information underuse. Global Learning Division, United Nations University, 1986. [abstract]

Blake, Anthony G. E.  The Supreme Art of Dialogue: structures of meaning. Duversity Publications, 2008. [summary]

Forrester, Jay W.  World Dynamics. Cambridge, Wright-Allen Press, 1971.

Forrester, Jay W.  Counterintuitive Behavior of Social Systems. Technology Review (Alumni Association of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology), January, 1971. [text]

Goonatilake, Susantha.  Toward a Global Science: mining civilizational knowledge. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1999.

Haskell, Edward F.  Full Circle: the moral force of unified science. Gordon and Breach, 1972. [text]

Homer-Dixon, Thomas.  The Ingenuity Gap. Knopf, 2000. [summary]

Klapp, Orrin E.  Opening and Closing: strategies of information adaptation in society. Cambridge University Press; 1978.

Klapp, Orrin E.  Overload and Boredom: essays on the quality of life in the information society. Greenwood Press, 1986.

Miller, James Grier.  Living Systems. McGraw-Hill, 1978.. [summary]

Posey, Darrell A.  (Ed.).    Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity: a complementary contribution to Global Biodiversity Assessment. London, Intermediate Technology, 1999  (for the United Nations Environment Programme).

Society for General Systems Research. General Systems Yearbook [subsequently ISSS Yearbook a special annual issue of the journal Systems Research and Behavioral Science]

Tovey, Mark  (Ed.).    Collective Intelligence: creating a prosperous world at peace. Earth Intelligence Network, 2008. [text]

Turner, Graham.  A Comparison of the Limits to Growth with Thirty Years of Reality, CSIRO 2007. [text]

Yolles, Maurice I.  Knowledge Cybernetics: a new metaphor for social collectives Intellect, 3, 2006, 1. [text]