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Book review by Natalie Dian of "The Biggest Wakeup Call in History" by Richard A. Slaughter
Foresight Styles Assessment: A Theory Based Study in Competency and Change, Journal of Futures Studies Epistemology, Methods, Applied and Alternative Futures, Vol. 13 No. 3 February 2009 (pdf)
Future Generations in our Consciousness Through Studies of Possible Futures (pdf)

Higher Education in a Season of Change (pdf)

Complexity Presentation for Volvo Car Storytelling Project

Is there a gene for argumentation? (In Swedish with comments in English)

Applying Futures Studies to Community Needs: A Practitioner Looks Back at Futures Projects (pdf).
Published in Journal of Futures Studies Vol. 8 No. 1 2003/08.
The Journal of Futures Studies (JFS) is published by the Center for Futures Studies, Tamkang University, Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan.

An article about Natalie Dian and the Vision Center for Futures Creation (pdf) (In Swedish)
Tuning up your Futures Thinking Vehicle (pdf)


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  Book   A Tale of the Future

The book is based upon a year and one half study of the future by 26 young Swedish people between the ages of 20 and 27 years old.
   It is written as a story of a desirable future which takes place in the year 2021. While definitely not a novel, this social science fiction does have a story line and follows two characters. Sara and Axel's lives come together in their work. Sara represents the age and experience the books creators will be in the year 2021. Axel is the same age in the story as the "Future Builders" were at the time of the book's origin.

      The books youthful originators intended the book to: 
  • stimulate discussion on the kind of future we want
  • influence decision making toward a sustainable society
  • involve a wide range of readers by providing story based
    material for school groups (ages 12 to adults), study circles,
    book discussion groups etc.

        Down load A Tale of the Future. (pdf)

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