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    Title: Heart of the dragon: Metaphor use in futures thinking in Taiwan
    Other Titles: 蟠龍現身:台灣未來思考的隱喻運用
    Authors: Mei-Mei Song
    Keywords: CLA;Metaphor;Futures thinking;Taiwan
    Date: 201611
    Issue Date: 2016-08-15
    Publisher: Pergamon Press
    Abstract: This article explores metaphors in the teaching of futures studies in Taiwan. Metaphors are divided into those that describe current reality and those that describe the future. For instance, the metaphor of the gold fish is used by students to illustrate the short attention span of the people, which attributed to recurring societal crises. A transformative metaphor example is for the library—from a fort that passively awaits worships to fire that actively passes knowledge to people. The article concludes with the benefits of using metaphors in futures thinking.

      本文呈現在台灣教授未來學時所運用到的在地隱喻。文中將隱喻分為兩大類:描繪現在現實的隱喻,及描繪未來的隱喻。前者的例子包括運用金魚短暫的記憶比喻人民對於事情短視健忘的特質,並將其歸因於造成近代社會危機不斷發生的主因。置於描繪未來的隱喻,則有圖書館未來之例,圖書館已從過去被動地等待朝聖者造訪的城堡或神壇,轉變為須主動將知識傳遞給人們的火把。文章最後並闡述運用隱喻於未來思考的優點。
    Relation: Futures 84(B), p.186-192
    DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2016.03.011
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