Richard A Slaughter: Future Generations Are Radically Disadvantaged (77/100)

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Richard A Slaughter (1996). Futures Studies: From Individual to Social Capacity

“Future generations studies is a new field which has emerged from futures studies per se and from the application of particular values within a futures perspective. In this view, future generations are radically disadvantaged by many present trends, structures and practices. Therefore, ways are needed to raise the profile of future generations, to give them a voice, and for contemporary societies to recognise their needs in present-day councils. This necessary social innovation is given even more weight when it is realised that many traditional cultures in the past already understood the necessity of so doing.”

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