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Strategic Implications of 12 Unasked Questions in Response to Disaster

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Albert, Kim-Ha.  Background of Distrust, Prelude to Betrayal: America's unaddressed questions lead to culture of coverups. Empire Know More, 12 August 2010. [text]

Anderson, James C.  The Impact of Unexamined Assumptions and Beliefs on Organizational Learning: a grounded theoryinvestigation. ProQuest, 2008.

Zubcic, Stephanie.  The Unexamined Assumptions of Science, Technology and Space Travel: rethinking the ethics of responsible knowledge with Hannah Arendt. 2005. [abstract]

Auster, Lawrence.  Global Democratization: the unasked questions. American Thinker, 13 January 2013. [text]

Bartlett, Katherine T.  Minow's Social Relations Approach to Difference: Answering the Unasked. Law and Social Inquiry, 1992, pp. 437-470. [text]

Beck, Ulrich / Zolo, Danilo.  What Is Globalization?. Some Radical Questions. Jura Gentium: Rivista di filosofia del diritto internazionale e della politica globale. [text]

Bernays, Edward.  Propaganda. Ig Publishing, 2004.

Bernays, Edward.  Crystallizing Public Opinion. Ig Publishing, 2011.

Blosser, Patricia E.  Ask the Right Questions. NSTA, 2000. [text]

Browne, Julie.  Unasked Questions or Unheard Answers?. Policy Development in Child Sexual Abuse. British Journal of Social Work, 26, 1996, pp. 37-52 [abstract].

Browne, M. Neil / Keeley, Stuart.  Asking the Right Questions. Prentice-Hall, 2001, 6th ed.

Cabello, Adan.  How Many Questions Do You Need to Prove that Unasked Questions Have No Answers?. International Journal of Quantum Information, 04, 55, 2006,. [abstract]

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

Chemerinsky, Erwin.  The Price of Asking the Wrong Question: an essay on constitutional scholarship and judicial review. 1984. [text]

Chomsky, Noam / Herman, Edward S.  Manufacturing Consent: the political economy of the mass media. Pantheon, 1988.

Ciardiello, Angelo V.  Did you ask a good question today?. Alternative cognitive and metacognitive strategies. Journal of Adoleescent and Adult Literacy, 42, 1998, 3, pp. 210-219.

Cramer, Benjamin W.  Unasked Questions and Unquestioned Answers: the perils of assuming diversity in modern telecommunications policy. Communication Law and Policy, 17, 2012, 3. [abstract]

Critical Thinking Community. The Role of Questions in Teaching, Thinking and Learning [text]

Cuccioletta, Donald.  Why do they hate US?. Unilateralism and the rise of anti-Americanism. Inroads: A Journal of Opinion, 1 January 2004. [text]

Currie, Elliott.  Sociology of Law: the unasked questions. The Yale Law Journal, 81, 1971, 1, pp. 134-147. [abstract]

Dahl, Bill.  Questioning the Unquestioned Answers. The Porpoise Diving Life. [text]

Dan, Avi.  Kodak Failed By Asking The Wrong Marketing Question. Forbes, 23 January 2012. [text]

Delandshere, Ginette.  Implicit Theories, Unexamined Assumptions and the Status Quo of Educational Assessment. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice, 8, 2001, 2, pp. 113-133. [abstract]

Dickey, Christopher.  Unmentioned and Unmentionable: What Romney Left Out. The Daily Beast, 23 October 2012. [text]

Drucker, Peter F.  The Five Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization. Jossey-Bass, 2008.

Ehrenreich, Barbara.  Bright-sided: How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America. Metropolitan Books, 2009.

Ehrenreich, Barbara.  Smile Or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World. Granta Books, 2010.

Europe Intelligence Wire. Suppressed questions on path to apocalypse. 25 January 2006 [text]

Faculty of Education. Common Pitfalls of Questioning. University of Cambridge, 2012 [text]

Fadem, Terry J.  The Art of Asking: Neglected Questions. In: The Art of Asking: Ask Better Questions, Get Better Answers. FT Press, 2009.

Fineberg, Richard A.  Unaddressed Questions: Critical Questions about the State's Findings on the TransCanada AGIA Proposal to Deliver North Slope Natural Gas to Commercial Markets. 2008. [text]

Fleming, Grant A.  Some Neglected Questions on the "professionalisation" of Economic. 1988.

Ford, Debbie.  The Right Questions: ten essential questions to guide you to an extraordinary life. HarperOne, 2004.

Fortmanna, Louise.  Bonanza!. The Unasked Questions: domestic land tenure through international lenses. Society and Natural Resources, 9, 1996, 5, pp. 537-547. [abstract]

Gerbner, George.  TV Violence and the Art of Asking the Wrong Question. Center for Media Literacy, July, 1994. [text]

Jock Gill. The Fascinating Unasked Questions of the Bush Administration and the News Media. [text]

Giora, Rachel.  Coda: Unaddressed Questions -- Food for Future Thought. In: On Our Mind: Salience, Context and Figurative Language, Oxford Scholarship Online, 2003. [text]

Gold, E. Richard.  The Unexamined Assumptions of Intellectual Property. Public Affairs Quarterly, 18, 2004, 4, pp. 299-344. [abstract]

Gregory, Anthony.  Some Neglected Questions on the Attempted Fort Hood Attack. FFF Articles, 29 July 2011. [text]

Guthrie, James W.  Unasked Questions. Harvard Educational Review, Winter 1981. [abstract]

Howell, Mark.  The Danger of Unexamined Assumptions. Strategy Central, 7 October 2009. [text]

Huebscher, Robert.  Gundlach: Investors are asking the Wrong Question. Advisor Perspectives, 12 March 2013. [text]

Hume, Portia Bell / Bondurant, Joan V.  The Significance of Hnasked Questions in the Study of Conflict. Inquiry: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 7, 1964, 1-4. [text]

John Howard Association of Illinois. Unasked Questions, Unintended Consequences. 2012 [text]

Jones, Garrett.  Israel and Iran: Everyone Is Asking the Wrong Question. Foreign Policy Research Institute, March 2012. [text]

Kahneman, Daniel.  Answering An Easier Question. In: Thinking Fast and Slow. Penguin, 2011, pp. 97-105.

Kennedy, Sheila Suess.  Privatization and Social Capital: Unasked Questions, 2005. [text]

Kerbel, Josh.  For the Intelligence Community, Creativity is the New Secret., 26/03/2010. [text]

Kerbel, Josh.  From Complicated to Complex: transforming intelligence for a changing world (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA's 50th Annual Convention: Exploring the past, Anticiapting the future, New York, 15 February 2009). [abstract]

Kerbel, Josh.  Thinking Straight: cognitive bias in the US Debate about China -- Rethinking Thinking. Studies in Intelligence (CIA), 48, 2007, 3. [text]

Kerbel, Josh.  Lost for Words: the Intelligence Community's struggle to find its voice. US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters, Summer 2008. [text]

Kirkpatrick, Jeane.  The Myth of Moral Equivalence. Imprimis, 15, 1986, 1. [text]

Kitcher, Philip / Cartwright, Nancy.  Science and Ethics: reclaiming some neglected questions. 1996. [abstract]

Komesaroff, P. / Kerridge, I.  It is time to move beyond a culture of unexamined assumptions, recrimination and blame to one of systematic analysis and ethical dialogue. American Journal of Bioethics. 11, 2011, 1, pp. 31-33. [abstract]

Korten, David C.  UNCED: Unasked Questions. Living Economies Forum, 15 April 1991. [text]

Lesser, Henry.  Corporate Governance: Some Unasked Questions -- A Personal Commentary. Pepperdine Law Review, 19, 2012, 3. [text]

Martin, Danny Bernard.  Hidden Assumptions and Unaddressed Questions in Mathematics for All Rhetoric. The Mathematics Educator, 13, 2003, 2, pp. 7-21. [text]

Maynard, Andrew.  Time to ask the unaskable questions about new technologies?. Friends of the Earth Nanotechnology Project, 2012. [text]

Milbank, John.  Postmodern Critical Augustinianism: a short Summa in forty two responses to unasked questions. Modern Theology, 7, 1991, 3, pp. 225-237. [abstract]

Mishra, Satish.  Strategic Asia: Ignored Questions of Inequality Lurk In the Shadows of a Growing Economy. Jakarta Globe, 15| October 2009. [text]

Morgan, Norah / Saxton, Juliana.  Asking Better Questions. Pembroke, 2006.

Morris, Doug.  Unpleasant and Unwanted Questions on Iraq. ZNet: a community of people committed to social change, 13 February 2002. [text]

Nasr, Vali.  Dispensable Nation: American Foreign Policy in Retreat. Doubleday, 2013.

Nate, Zac.  Questioning the Unquestionable: Wake Up Call for Change. Xlibris Corporation, 2012.

Noble, Trevor.  Unexamined Assumptions and Neglected Questions in Social Mobility Research.. [text]

Notfemme,.  How to ask unaskable questions -- the conversations you have to have. 30 May 2012. [text]

Rees, Martin.  Denial of Catastrophic Risks. Science, 339, 8 March 2013, 6124. [text]

Renesch, John.  Asking Forbiddden Questions. 2012. [text]

Reston, James.  Forgotten Questions. The New York Times, 16 September 1981. [text]

Reynolds, Paul.  Brown: The Unasked Questions. BBC News, 5 March 2010. [text]

Robinson, Eugene.  Republicans are asking the wrong questions. Washington Post, 24 January 2013. [text]

Rosenberg, Paul.  Prosperity Economics: answering America's top unasked questions. Al Jazeera, 10 September 2012. [text]

Salam, Reihan.  Unexamined Assumptions About the Decline in Trust. National Review Online, 2010.

Samoff, Joel.  Unasked Questions Remain Unanswered: Addressing Learning for All. Stanford University 2013 ASA 2013 Annual Meeting Paper. [abstract]

Sanchez, W. Alejandro.  Presidential Foreign Policy Debate, Latin America and 4 more years. VOXXI, 4 November 2012. [text]

Sardar, Ziauddin / Davies, Merryl Wyn.  Why Do People Hate America?. Icon Books, 2002.

Sarwar, Malik Imtiaz.  Answering the Unasked Questions. The Edge, 21 July 2012. [text]

Satell, Greg.  Before You Innovate, Ask the Right Questions. Harvard Business Review, 11 February 2013. [text]

Scarr, Elaine.  Thinking in an Emergency. W. W. Norton, 2011.

Schlauch, C. R.  Neglected Questions at the Interface of Psychology and Religion. Pastoral Psychology, 47, 1999, 3, pp. 209-234. [abstract]

Smith, Roger W.  Utopian Goals, Unasked Questions: reflections on a proposed military planning handbook for response to mass atrocities against civilians. Genocide Studies and Prevention, 6, Spring 2011, pp. 77-80. [abstract]

Snow, Robert T.  The Impact of Famine Relief: Unasked Questions in Africa. Famine as a Geographical Phenomenon, 1, 1984, pp. 155-181. [text]

Stuczynski, Ken J. P.  Unasked Questions Regarding Israel. Consider, Reconsider, 22 September 2011. [text]

Swann, Joanna.  How to Avoid Giving Unwanted Answers to Unasked Questions: realizing Karl Popper's educational dream. In: Karl Popper: A Centenary Assessment, Ashgate, 2006.

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  The Black Swan: the impact of the highly improbable. Allen Lane, 2007. [summary]

Thistlethwaite, Susan.  Settled Issues and Neglected Questions: how is religion to be studied?. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 62, 1994, 4, pp. 1037-1045. [abstract]

Thomas, Ross.  Forgotten Questions. Chicago Tribune, 24 May 2003. [text]

Topol, David H.  Hazardous Waste and Bankruptcy: confronting the unasked questions. Virginia Environmental Law Journal, 13, 185, 1994. [abstract]

Tshenuwani, Dean / Farisani, Simon.  South Africa: Unasked Questions and Unquestionable Answers. Journal of Law and Religion, 5, 1987, 2, pp. 263-273. [abstract]

Unger, Craig.  Unasked Questions: the 9/11 commission should ask who authorized the evacuation of Saudi nationals in the days following the attacks. Boston Globe, 11 April 2004. [text]

Wolverine,.  , 21 December 2012. [text]

Wright, Jessica.  Opposition demands answers to ignored questions. The Sydney Morning Herald, Date 29 December 2011. [text]

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