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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Attali, Jacques.  Noise: the political economy of music. University of Minnesota, 1977/1985. [outline | review | review]

Baily, John.  Anthropological and Psychological Approaches to the Study of Music Theory and Musical Cognition. Yearbook for Traditional Music, Vol. 20, 1988, pp. 114-124. [abstract]

Baker, Stephen.  Singing songs for video games. BusinessWeek Online, 14 April 2005. [text]

Ben-Amos, Dan / Weissberg, Liliane  (Eds.).    Cultural Memory and the Construction of Identity. Wayne State University Press, 1999.

Boon, Jean Pierre / Decroly, Olivier.  Dynamical systems theory for music dynamics. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 5, 3, September 1995, pp. 501-508. [abstract]

Berendt, Joachim-Ernst.  Nada Brahma -- The World is Sound: music and the landscape of consciousnes. London East Est Publications, 1983.

Budd, Malcolm.  Music and the Emotions: The Philosophical Theories. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1985. [review]

Chase, Christopher.  Playing by Nature's Paradigm: systems science and the Grateful Dead. 1997. [text]

Clynes, Manfred.  SuperConductor: the global music interpretation and performance program, 1998. [text]

Fentress, James / Wickham, Chris.  Social Memory. Blackwell, 1992.

European Forum for Music Education and Training. Recommendations to the European Commission about the role of music education and training in the new EU programme for culture. [text]

Ikenberry, G. John / Slaughter, Anne-Marie  (Eds.).    Forging a World of Liberty Under Law, US National Security in the 21st Century. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, September 2006. (Final Paper of the Princeton Project on National Security: Appendix A: Charter for a Concert of Democracies),. [text]

International Community for Auditory Display. Sonification Report: status of the field and research agenda. Prepared for the National Science Foundation, 1999 [text]

Irwin-Zarecka, Iwona.  Frames of Remembrance: the dynamics of collective memory. New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers, 1994. [review]

Josephson, Brian D. / Carpenter, Tethys.  Music and Mind: a theory of aesthetic dynamics.. [text]

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Kammen, Michael.  Mystic Chords of Memory: the transformation of tradition in American culture. Alfred A. Knopf, 1991. [review]

Kansteiner, Wulf.  Finding Meaning in Memory: a methodological critique of collective memory studies. History and Theory, 41, 2002, pp. 179-197.

Kulenkampff, Jens.  Music Considered as a Way of Worldmaking. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 39, 3, Spring, 1981, pp. 254-258.

Lorca, Federico Garcia.  Poem of the Deep Song (Poema del Cantejondo). City Lights Publishers, 1921/1987. [commentary]

Mallmann, Carlos / Max-Neef, M. A. / Aguirre, R. A.  Human Synergy as the Ethical and Esthetical Foundation of Development (in the manner of a symphony). Fundacion Bariloche, Centre for the Study of Human and Social Development, 1978  (CEDHS-04).

Michalec, Lukasz / Banks, David A.  Information Systems Development Methodologies and all that Jazz. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 2004. [text]

Noll, Thomas.  Global Music Theory. Institute for Telecommunication Systems, Technical University of Berlin. [text]

Ossimitz, Günther.  The Development of Systems Thinking Skills using System Dynamics Modeling Tools. Universität Klagenfurt, 1997. [text]

Radermacher, Franz Josef.  Balance or Destruction: ecosocial market economy as the key to global sustainable development. Vienna, Oekosoziales Forum Europa, 2004.

Radermacher, Franz Josef.  The Globalization Saga: balance or destruction, 2004 (with Solvig Wehsener and Kai Mettler). [DVD | song samples]

Reimer, Bennett.  Why Do Humans Value Music?. National Association for Music Education, Housewright Symposium (Vision 2020), 1999. [text]

Santoro, G.  Dancing in your Head. Oxford University Press, 1994.

Sawyer, Ben.  Serious games: improving policy through game-based learning and simulation. Foresight and governance project. Washington, DC.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2002. [text]

Silva, Doutor Pedro.  A general overview of the major metabolic pathways. [text]

Stokes, Martin.  Music and the Global Order. Annual Review of Anthropology, 33, 2004, pp. 47-72. [abstract]

van Schalkwyk, Gertina J.  Music as a Metaphor for Thesis Writing. The Qualitative Report, 7, 2002, 2. [text]

Sloboda, John A.  The Musical Mind: The Cognitive Psychology of Music. Oxford Univesity Press, 1985. [review]

Vester, Frederich.  Unsere Welt: ein vernetztes System. München: DTV, 1984/2002 (3. Auflage). [summary]

Waltzer, N. / Salcher, A.  Management by Jazz: creating innovation from the principles of chaos and order. Industrial and Commercial Training, 35, 2003, 2, pp. 67-69.

Watson, Helen / Chambers, Wade.  Singing the Land, Signing the Land. Geelong, Deakin University Press, 1989.

Wertsch, James.  Voices of Collective Remembering. Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Wharton-Boyd, Linda F.  The Significance of Black American Children's Singing Games in an Educational Setting. Journal of Negro Education, 52, 1983, 1, pp. 46-56. [abstract]

Wise, Alan.  Web-based program to illustrate metabolic pathways to students. 2002. [text]

Zerubave, Eviatar.  Social Memories: steps to a sociology of the past. Qualitative Sociology, 19, 3, September 1996, pp. 283-299. [abstract]

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