Social Foresight

Curtis, Yvonne
August 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 3, p12
The article focuses on the so-called social foresight, which is claimed by futurist Richard Slaughter to be a more comprehensive discipline of foresight. A research program headed by Slaughter were able to expand the ideas of social foresight into a researched and tested body of theory with the tools needed for practicing futurists. Slaughter's works on the situation in Australia and New Zealand are discussed.


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