Inventing the Future in an Age of Contingency now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Inventing the Future in an Age of Contingency, edited by Amber Narro, André Folloni, Andrea Pitasi and Massimiliano Ruzzeddu.
In a world where communication and language are not as divisive as they once were, we are experiencing a convergence unlike any other. Through technology and a broadening of our cultural understanding, we are opening doors and closing communication borders. While it is easier to adapt to and enter each other’s worlds, still we must navigate complex systems to understand operations within groups and organisations. Our experiences allow us more acceptance, but education is the only door to full comprehension. The chapters in this volume challenge readers to explore complexity theory and offer elements that support the continued and ever-growing need for its use. The book explores technology, culture, and science to navigate systems within organisations, in order to divulge the broad spectrum in which complexity theory may be utilised.
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About the Editors
Amber Narro, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Communication. She currently teaches at Southeastern Louisiana University, USA, where she also serves as Undergraduate Coordinator.
André Folloni has a PhD in public law from Federal University of Paraná, Brazil. He is Professor and Coordinator of the Doctoral and Master’s Law Program at Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Brazil.
Andrea Pitasi, PhD, is a tenured Associate Professor of Sociology of Law at the G. d’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy. He is also the President of the World Complexity Science Academy.
Massimiliano Ruzzeddu, PhD, is tenured Researcher in Sociology at University Niccolò Cusano, Italy. He is Scientific Director of the World Complexity Science Academy.