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sig_on_critical_systems_theory_and_practice [2015/01/31 23:55] (current)
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 +SIG Chair: Jennifer Wilby
  
 +j.wilby@hull.ac.uk
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 +The special integration group in Critical Systems Thinking and Practice invites contributions for participation in its paper sessions. This is a multidisciplinary and challenging area that represents an alternative to understanding current human, social, and political issues, from a mainly managerial perspective.
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 +Its scope goes beyond the boundaries of traditional management sciences. On the one hand, it involves a reflection on issues emerging from current systems thinking and practice from contemporary philosophy (e.g., post-structuralism,​ critical theory, postmodernism),​ and other social disciplines. On the other, it also includes research that although systemic in orientation is mainly grounded in those disciplines. Our aim is to take advantage of the multidisciplinary background and theoretical approaches of the participants,​ to generate a meaningful dialogue to inspire future research.
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 +As a Critical Systems group we expect to be creative and innovative. Therefore, although the submission of a formal abstract and paper is expected, we would like to organise the sessions in accordance to the participants’ needs and expectations. Please let us know of any suggestions about the topics, discussions or any other proposals as soon as possible.
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 +For more information please contact Jennifer Wilby j.wilby@hull.ac.uk,​ at University of Hull Business School, The University of Hull, Hull, HU6? 7RX, United Kingdom.
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 +Presentation Format: 15-20 minutes presentation,​ 10 minutes questions.
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 +See other [[Special Integration Groups]]
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