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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Alasko, Carl.  Beyond Blame: freeing yourself from the most toxic form of emotional bullsh*t. Tarcher, 2011.

Alter, Susan.  Apologizing for Serious Wrongdoing: social, psychological and legal considerations. Final Report for the Law Commission of Canada, 1999.

Atherton, J. S.  Shame-Culture and Guilt-Culture. Doceo, 15 July 2015. [text]

Barkan, Elazar / Karn, Alexander  (Eds.).    Taking Wrongs Seriously: apologies and reconciliation. Stanford University Press, 2006.

Basford, T. E.  Leader Apologies: how content and delivery influence influence follower appraisals of sincerity. 2013. [text]

Barnlund, D. C. / Yoshioka, M.  Apologies: Japanese and American styles. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14, 1990, pp. 193-206.

Benedict, Ruth.  The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: patterns of Japanese culture. Charles E. Tuttle 1954.

Botkin, James W. / Elmandjra, Mahdi / Malitza, Mircea.  No Limits to Learning; bridging the human gap. Pergamon, 1979.

Boughton, Josh.  Exploring the Collective Mea Culpa: reconciliation between nations and populations. Southampton Student Law Review, 1, 2011. [abstract]

Kenneth E. Boulding Ecodynamics: a new theory of societal evoluution. Sage, 1978

Brown, Valerie A. / Lambert, Judith A.  Collective Learning for Transformational Change: a guide to collaborative action. Routledge, 2012.

Cerulo, Karen A.  Never Saw It Coming: cultural challenges to envisioning the worst, University of Chicago Press, 2006.

Cohen, Jonathan R.  Legislating Apologies: the pros and cons. University of Cincinnati Law Review, 70, 2002, pp. 1-29.

Darby, Bruce W. / Schlenker, Barry R.  The Use of Apologies in Social Predicaments. 1980. [text]

de Laat, Maarten / Simons, Robert-Jan.  Collective Learning: theoretical perspectives and ways to support networked learning. European Journal for Vocational Training, 27, 2002, pp. 13-24.

Dattner, Ben.  The Blame Game: how the hidden rules of credit and blame determine our success or failure. Free Press, 2012.

Dodds, E. R.  The Greeks and the Irrational. University of California Press, 1951.

Etzioni, Amitai.  Repentance: a comparative perspective. Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.

Farber, Neil E.  The Blame Game: the Complete Guide to Blaming: how to play and how to quit. Bascom Hill Publishing, 2010.

Fiedler, Maureen / Rabben, Linda  (Eds.).    Rome Has Spoken: a guide to forgotten papal statements and how they have changed through the centuries. Crossroad, 1998.

FitzMaurice, Kevin Everett.  Publishers, 2012.

Gibney, Mark.  The Age of Apology: facing up to the past. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008.

Kathleen Gill. The Moral Functions of an Apology. The Philosophical Forum, 31, 2000, 1 [abstract]

Giroux, Henry A.  The Violence of Organized Forgetting: thinking beyond America's disimagination machine. City Lights, 2014.

Govier, Trudy / Verwoerd, Wilhelm.  Taking Wrongs Seriously: a qualified defense of public apologies. Saskatchewan Law Review, 65, 2002.

Heft, James L. / Firestone, Reuven / Safi, Omid  (Eds.).    Learned Ignorance: intellectual humility among Jews, Christians and Muslims. Oxford University Press, 2011.

Tanya Heikkila andAndrea K. Gerlak. Building a Conceptual Approach to Collective Learning: lessons for public policy scholars. Policy Studies Journal, 41, 2013, 3, pp. 484-512 [abstract]

Jehle, Alayna.  The Impact of Apologies, Accounts and Remorse on Attributions of Responsibility: implications for the legal system. ProQuest, 2007.

Kaufmann, Daniel / Kraay, Aart / Mastruzzi, Massimo.  The Worldwide Governance Indicators: methodology and analytical issues. 2010. [text]

Kottler, Jeffrey A.  Beyond Blame: a new way of resolving conflicts in relationships. Jossey-Bass, 1996.

Laberge, Myriam.  Collective Learning for Co-creative Engagement. 2006. [text]

Michael, Donald N.  On Learning to Plan and Planning to Learn: the social psychology of changing toward future-responsive societal learning. Jossey-Bass, 1973.

Minow, M.  Between Vengeance and Forgiveness: facing history after genocide and mass violence. Beacon Press, 1998.

Moses, Dirk  (Ed.).    Genocide and Settler Society: frontier violence and stolen indigenous children in Australian history. Berghahn Books, 2005.

Moses, Dirk.  Official Apologies, Reconciliation and Settler Colonialism: Australian indigenous alterity and political agency. Citizenship Studies, 15,2011, 2. [abstract]

National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission. Beyond the Blame Game: accountability and performance benchmarks for the next Australian Health Care Agreements. 2008 [text]

Nida, Eugene.  Customs and Cultures: Anthropology for Christian Missions. Joanna Cotler Books, 1954.

Owen, Marion.  Apologies and Remedial Interchanges: a study of language use in social interactions. Mouton de Gruyter, 1985.

Pahl-Wostl, Claudia / Becker, G. / Knieper, C. / Sendzimir, J.  How Multilevel Societal Learning Processes Facilitate Transformative Change: a comparative case study analysis on flood management. Ecology and Society, 18, 2013, 4. [abstract]

Pahl-Wostl, Claudia / Nilsson, Christer / Gupta, Joyeeta / Tockner, Klement.  Societal Learning Needed to Face the Water Challenge. Ambio, 40, 2011, 5. [abstract]

Parris, Matthew.  It may be time for a collective mea culpa from the media. The Spectator, 25 September 2010. [text]

Pettigrove, Glen.  Apology, Reparations and the Question of Inherited Guilt. Public Affairs Quarterly, 17, 2003, 4, pp. 319-348.

Regan, Geoffrey.  Great Military Blunders: history's worst battlefield decisions from ancient times to the present day. Andre Deutsch, 2012.

Regan, Geoffrey.  Great Naval Blunders: history's worst sea battle decisions from ancient times to the present day. Andre Deutsch, 2012.

Regan, Geoffrey.  Historical Blunders. Carlton Publishing, 2002.

Regan, Geoffrey.  Great Military Disasters: a historical survey of military incompetence. M Evans, 1988.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Ignorance: on the wider implications of deficient knowledge. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Aporetics: rational deliberation in the face of inconsistency. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Unknowability: an inquiry into the limits of knowledge. Lexington Books, 2009.

Rescher, Nicholas.  Paradoxes: their roots, range, and resolution. Open Court, 2001.

Rescher, Nicholas.  The Strife of Systems: an essay on the grounds and implications of philosophical diversity. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1985.

Ruane, Janet M. / Cerulo, Karen A.  Second Thoughts: sociology challenges conventional wisdom. Sage, 2011.

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. Anansi, 1995.

Schlenker, B. / Darby, Bruce W.  The Use of Apologies in Social Predicaments. Social Psychology Quarterly, 44, 1981, pp. 271-278.

Schultz, Kathryn.  Being Wrong: adventures in the margin of error. Ecco, 2010.

Skoll, Geoffrey R.  Social Theory of Fear: terror, torture, and death in a post-capitalist world. Palgrave-Macmillan, 2010.

Skoll, Geoffrey R.  Constructing an American Fear Culture: from Red Scares to Terrorism. [text]

Skoll, Geoffrey R.  Globalization of American Fear Culture: The Empire in the 21st Century. [text]

Slansky, Paul / Sorkin, Arleen.  My Bad: 25 years of public apologies and the appalling behavior that inspired them. Bloomsbury, 2006.

Smith, Nick.  I Was Wrong: the meanings of apologies. Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Smith, Nick.  Justice through Apologies: remorse, reform, and punishment. Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Svetina, Anja Cotic.  Collective Learning Channels in Clusters. University of Ljubljana, 2007. [text]

Tavris, Carol / Aronson, Elliot.  Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): why we justify foolish beliefs, bad decisions and hurtful acts. Mariner Books, 2008.

Tavuchis, Nicholas.  Mea Culpa: a sociology of apology and reconciliation. Stanford University Press, 1991.

Utikal, Verena.  I am Sorry: honest and fake apologies. Thurgau Institute of Economics and Department of Economics at the University of Konstanz, 2013. [text]

Waddell, Steve.  Societal Learning and Change: how governments, business and civil society are creating solutions to complex multi-stakeholder problems. Greenleaf, 2005.

Waddell, Steve.  Global Action Networks: creating our future together. Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Waddell, Steve.  Societal Learning: creating big-systems change. Systems Thinker, 2001/2002. [text]

Wagastuma, Hiroshi / Rosen, Arthur.  The Implications of Apology: law and culture in Japan and the United States. Law and Society Review, 20, 1986, 4, pp. 461-498.

Weir, Stephen.  History's Worst Decisions and the People Who Made Them. Metro Books, 2009.

Weir, Stephen.  History's Greatest Lies: the startling truths behind world events our history books got wrong. Fair Winds Press, 2009.

Whitelaw, Ian.  History's Biggest Blunders -- and the people who made them. Sterling, 2012. [text]

Zuckerman, Ethan.  Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection. W. W. Norton, 2013.

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