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Review of Frameworks for the Representation of Alternative Conceptual Orderings as Determined by Cultural and Linguistic Contexts


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Gudykunst, William B.  (Ed.).    Intercultural Communication Theory; current perspectives. Sage, 1983.

2. Nalimov, Vasily V.  In the Labyrinths of Language; a mathematician's journey. Philadelphia, ISI Press, 1981.

3. UNESCO. Introduction to Intercultural Studies. Paris, Unesco, 1983.

4. Kroeber, A. L. / Kluckhohn, Clyde  (Ed.).    Culture; a critical review of concepts and definitions. Vintage, 1952.

5. Hofstede, Geert.  Cultures Consequences. Sage, 1980.

6. Botkin, James W. / Elmandjra, Mahdi / Malitza, Mircea.  No Limits to Learning; bridging the human gap. Pergamon, 1979,  ('A Report to the Club of Rome').

7. Judge, Anthony. Societal learning and the erosion of collective memory (Report for 2nd World Symposium on International Documentation, Brussels, 1980) In: Th Dimitrov (Ed.). International Information for the 80s. Uniflo, 1982. [text]

8. Toffler, Alvin.  The Third Wave. William Morrow, 1980.

9. Fraser, J. T.  (Ed.).    The Voices of Time. University of Massachusetts Press, 1981.

10. Lasswell, Harold.  The transition toward more sophisticated procedures. In: Davis B Bobrow and J L Schwartz (Ed.). Computers and the Policy-making Community. Prentice-Hall, 1968, pp. 307-314.

11. Fuglesang, Andreas.  About Understanding; ideas and observations on cross-cultural communication. Uppsala, Dag Hammarskjold Foundation, 1982.

12. Gardner, Howard.  Frames of Mind; the theory of multiple intelligences. Heinemann, 1984.

13. Jones, W. T.  The Romantic Syndrome; toward a new method in cultural anthropology and the history of ideas. Martinus Nijhof, 1961.

14. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Mindscapes, social patterns and future development of scientific theory types. Cybernetica, 1980, 23, 1, pp. 5-25.

15. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Paradigmatology and its application to cross-disciplinary, cross- professional and cross-cultural communication. Cybernetica (1974), 17, pp. 135-156, 237- 281.

16. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Heterogensitics; an epistemological restructuring of biological and social sciences. Cybernetica (1977), 20, 1, pp. 69-85.

17. Maruyama, Magoroh.  Epistemologies and esthetic principles. Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society (1978), 8, pp. 155-167.

18. Boulding, Kenneth E.  The Image. University of Michigan Press, 1956.

19. Harvey, J. O.  Experience, Structure and Adaptability. Springer, 1966.

20. Hall, Edward T.  The Silent Language. Doubleday, 1969.

21. Hall, Edward T.  The Hidden Dimension. Doubleday, 1966.

22. Hall, Edward T.  Beyond Culture. Doubleday, 1977.

23. Hall, Edward T.  The Dance of Life; the other dimension of time. Doubleday, 1984.

24. Bourgoin, Henry.  L'Afrique Malade du Management. Paris, Editions Jean Picollec, 1984  (Collection Perspective 2000).

25. Gardner, Howard.  Human Cognition. Heinemann, 1984.

26. Larson, Mildred L.  Meaning-based Translation; a guide to cross-language equivalence. University Press of America, 1984.

27. Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

28. Judge, Anthony. Conceptual gaps and confused distinctions; possible ambiguities in the translation of interrelated concepts between sectors, jargons or languages. In: ref. 27. [text]

29. Judge, Anthony. Conceptual distortion from negative descriptors; the possibility that 'non-governmental' may be comprehended as 'anti-governmental' in some languages. In: ref. 27. [text]

30. Hall, Edward T.  The silent language in overseas business. Harvard Business Review, 1960, 38, 3, pp. 87-96.

31. Huff, William S.  Homonym, Homonym, Homonym. SUNY Buffalo, Department of Architecture, 1985  ( 2 parts: essay, lists).

32. Sung, Z. D.  The Symbols of Yi King. Paragon Book Reprint, 1969.

33. Union of International Associations / Mankind 2000: See Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1976-1995, and thereafter online)

34. Atkin, Ronald H.  Combinatorial Connectivities in Social Systems; an application of simplicial complex structures to the study of large organizations. Basel, Birkhauser, 1977.

35. Atkin, Ronald H.  Multidimensional Man; can man live in 3-dimensional space?. Penguin, 1981.

36. Atkin, Ronald H.  Mathematical Structures in Human Affairs. Heinemann, 1974.

37. Bateson, Gregory.  Mind and Nature; a necessary unity. Dutton, 1979.

38. Jantsch, Erich.  The Self-Organizing Universe; scientific and human implications of the emerging paradigm of evolution. Pergamon, 1980.

39. Judge, Anthony. Representation, comprehension and communication of sets; the role of number. International Classification, 5, 1978, 3, pp. 126-133; 6, 1979, 1, pp. 16-25; 6, 1979, 2, pp. 92-103; Also in: Patterns of Conceptual Integration (Collection of papers presented at meetings of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project of the United Nations University, 1978-82). Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1984. [text]

40. Judge, Anthony. Patterns of N-foldness; comparison of integrated multi-set concept schemes as forms of presentation (Paper for a meeting on forms of presentation meeting of the UN University GPID project, Geneva, 1980) In: Patterns of Conceptual Integration (Collection of papers presented at meetings of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project of the United Nations University, 1978-82). Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1984. [text]

41. Young, Arthur M.  The Geometry of Meaning. Delacort Press and Seymour Lawrence, 1978.

42. Lupasco, Stephane.  Le Dualisme Antagoniste. Paris, Vrin, 1973  (Du Devenir Logique et de l'Affectivité, vol. 1).

43. Judge, Anthony. Groupware configurations of challenge and harmony; an alternative approach to alternative organization. In: Richard Ericson (Ed.). Improving the Human Condition; quality and stability in social systems. Washington, Society for General Systems Research, 1979, pp. 597-610. Also in: From Networking to Tensegrity Organization (Collection of papers prepared in response to the concerns of the Networks sub-project of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project of the United Nations University, 1978-82). Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1984. [text]

44. Judge, Anthony. Implementing principles by balancing configurations of functions; a tensegrity organization approach. Transnational Associations, 31, 1979, 12, p. 587-591. Also in: From Networking to Tensegrity Organization (Collection of papers prepared in response to the concerns of the Networks sub-project of the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project of the United Nations University, 1978-82). Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1984. [text]

45. Pugh, Anthony.  An Introduction to Tensegrity. University of California Press, 1976.

46. Fuller, R. Buckminster / Applewhite, E. J.  Synergetics: explorations in the geometry of thinking. New York, Macmillan, 1975 (vol. I), 1979  (vol. II).

47. Judge, Anthony. Policy Alternation for Development. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1984 (Papers arising from work in connection with the Goals, Processes and Indicators of Development project of the United Nations University, 1978-1982). [text]

48. Bohm, David.  Fragmentation and Wholeness. Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation, 1976.

49. Bohm, David.  Fragmentation and Wholeness. Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation, 1976.

50. Bohm, David.  Wholeness and the Implicate Order. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1980 p. 16-25; 6, 1979, 2, pp. 92-103;.

51. Dossey, Larry.  Space, Time and Medicine. Shambhala, 1982.

52. Thom, René.  Modèles Mathématiques de la Morphogènese. Christian Bourgois, 1980.

53. Galtung, Johan.  Methodology and Ideology. Copenhagen, Christian Ejlers, 1977.

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

55. Hutchinson, T. B.  The Production of Field Crops; a textbook of agronomy. London, McGraw Hill, 1936.

56. Sebillotte, M.  Les rotations culturales; approche methodologique d'une politique dynamique. Bulletin FNCETA, janvier 1968, num ro special.

57. Barnwell, Katherine.  Introduction to Semantics and Translation. Horskeys Green (UK), Summer institute of Linguisitcs, 1980.

58. Capra, Fritjof.  The Tao of Physics. Shambhala, 1975.

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