Tänkande ur flervetenskapliga perspektiv

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Title Tänkande ur flervetenskapliga perspektiv
Author(s) Ericsson, Ingegerd
Date 2007
English abstract
The 13th International Conference on Thinking in Norrköping, Sweden, June 17-21, 2007 The International Conference on Thinking focuses on new ways of thinking across different disciplines such as: Arts, Business, Culture, Education, Health, Politics, Media, and Sports. It also emphasizes that innovation and creativity t may result in new concepts and practice that could lead to new ways of thinking about old problems. The challenge is to create societies that enhance thinking about social and environmental development as well as economic and cultural development. The first Thinking Conference took place in 1982 at the University of the South Pacific, where the author Edward de Bono talked about “Lateral Thinking”. The Fiji seminar grew to become The First International Conference on Thinking with 250 participants from 42 universities. Over 1500 delegates attended The 12th International Conference on Thinking in Melbourne, July 4-8 2005. At the 13th International Conference on Thinking in Norrköping there were over two hundred presenters covering a wide range of contents and presentation formats. Most of the sessions were parallel sessions giving delegates a choice from up to fourteen different presentations. There were 40 plenary and featured speakers, 26 presenters of peer reviewed research papers, and more than 110 other workshops and presentations. See Appendix over speeches and peer reviewed research papers. Many of the papers and presentations can also be found on the website http://www.liu.se/thinkingconference/.
Swedish abstract
Tänkande ur flervetenskapliga perspektiv Rapport från The 13th International Conference on Thinking in Norrköping, Sweden, June 17-21, 2007
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Sciences
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/4327 (link to this page)

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