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    Title: Alternative images of China in 2035: A case study of Tamkang University workshops
    Authors: Jeanne Hoffman
    Keywords: China;Alternative Futures;Six Pillars;Causal Layered Analysis;the Futures Triangle
    Date: 2014-09
    Issue Date: 2016-04-22 13:47:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This article presents the findings of scenario planning workshops held on 10 and 13 December
    2013 on the futures of ‘China (PRC) in 2035’ at the Graduate Institute of Futures Studies (GIFS) at
    Tamkang University in Taiwan. The workshops were structured around Inayatullah’s (2008) six pillars
    foresight process and employed the futures triangle, causal layered analysis and creation of scenarios
    to create plausible futures. Four images were imagined: (1) the probable future, The King of the World
    or Next Superpower; (2) the feared future, The Hunger Games (China Threat), (3) the preferred future,
    A New Gaia; and (4) the alternative future, New Revolution.
    Relation: Journal of futures studies 19(1), pp.13-34
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies] Journal Article

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