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A Way through the Maze : What Futurists Do and how They Do it

, « A Way through the Maze : What Futurists Do and how They Do it », Futures, 1993, p. 254-274.
Numerous methodologies, distinctly different study designs, conflicting definitions of key terms, and perpetual debate about purpose can give the impression that the future field is a labyrinth of desorder. This feeling disappears, however, once one perceives that, although deep differences in philosophy do persist, much of the apparent disarray results from the multi-level nature of futures activities, the variation in emphasis given to common components of studies and projects, the creative adaptation of standards methods, and the degree to which ...

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