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Flock Theory: A New Model of Emergent Self-Organization in Human Interaction
Unformatted Document Text:  Flock Theory 25 References Axelrod, R. M. (1997). The complexity of cooperation : agent-based models of competition and collaboration. Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press. Contractor, N. & Seibold, D. (1993). Comparison of structurational and self-organizing perspectives to the study of GDSS. Human Communication Research, 19, 528-563. Contractor, N. (1994). Self-organizing systems perspective in the study of organizational communication. In B Kovacic (Ed.) New Approaches to Organizational Communication (pp. 39-65).Albany, NY: SUNY Press. Contractor, N. S., & Grant, S. (1996).The emergence of shared interpretations in organizations: A self-organizing systems perspective. In J. Watt & A. VanLear (Eds.), Cycles and dynamic processes in communication processes (pp. 216-230). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Eisenberg, E.M. (1986) Meaning and Interpretation in organizations. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 72, 88-113. Eisenberg, E.M. (1990) Jamming: Transcendence Through Organizing. Communication Research, 17, No. 2, pp. 139-164 Eisenberg, E.M., & Phillips, S.R. (1990). What is organizational miscommunication? In J. Wiemann, N. Coupland, & H. Giles (Eds.), Handbook of miscommunication and problematic talk. Oxford: Multilingual Matters. Flowers, M.L. (1977) A laboratory test of some implications of Janis’s groupthink hypothesis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 35, pp. 888-896. Gallois, C., Franklyn-Stokes, A., Giles, H., & Coupland, N. (1988) Communication Accommodation in Intercultural Communication., in Y.Y. Kim, & W.B. Gudykunst (eds.) Theories in Intercultural Communication (pp. 157-185). Gilbert, N. (1995). Emergence in social simulations. In N. Gilbert & R. Conte (Eds) Artificial societies: the computer simulation of social life (pp. 144-156). London: University College London Press. Gilbert, N. (1997) Simulation: and emergent perspective. Lecture given to LAFORIA, Paris, 22nd January 1996. Available at http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/research/simsoc/tutorial.html. Gleick, J. (1988). Chaos: The Making of a New Science, London: Heinemann. Goldstein, J. (1999) Emergence as a Construct: History and Issues, Emergence, 1 (1) pp. 49-72.

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References
Axelrod, R. M. (1997). The complexity of cooperation : agent-based models of competition and
collaboration. Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press.

Contractor, N. & Seibold, D. (1993). Comparison of structurational and self-organizing
perspectives to the study of GDSS. Human Communication Research, 19, 528-563.

Contractor, N. (1994). Self-organizing systems perspective in the study of organizational
communication. In B Kovacic (Ed.) New Approaches to Organizational Communication
(pp. 39-65).Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Contractor, N. S., & Grant, S. (1996).The emergence of shared interpretations in organizations:
A self-organizing systems perspective. In J. Watt & A. VanLear (Eds.), Cycles and
dynamic processes in communication processes
(pp. 216-230). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Eisenberg, E.M. (1986) Meaning and Interpretation in organizations. Quarterly Journal of
Speech, 72, 88-113.

Eisenberg, E.M. (1990) Jamming: Transcendence Through Organizing. Communication
Research, 17, No. 2, pp. 139-164

Eisenberg, E.M., & Phillips, S.R. (1990). What is organizational miscommunication? In J.
Wiemann, N. Coupland, & H. Giles (Eds.), Handbook of miscommunication and
problematic talk
. Oxford: Multilingual Matters.

Flowers, M.L. (1977) A laboratory test of some implications of Janis’s groupthink hypothesis.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 35, pp. 888-896.

Gallois, C., Franklyn-Stokes, A., Giles, H., & Coupland, N. (1988) Communication
Accommodation in Intercultural Communication., in Y.Y. Kim, & W.B. Gudykunst
(eds.) Theories in Intercultural Communication (pp. 157-185).

Gilbert, N. (1995). Emergence in social simulations. In N. Gilbert & R. Conte (Eds) Artificial
societies: the computer simulation of social life (pp. 144-156). London: University
College London Press.

Gilbert, N. (1997) Simulation: and emergent perspective. Lecture given to LAFORIA, Paris,
22nd January 1996. Available at
http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/research/simsoc/tutorial.html.

Gleick, J. (1988). Chaos: The Making of a New Science, London: Heinemann.

Goldstein, J. (1999) Emergence as a Construct: History and Issues, Emergence, 1 (1) pp. 49-72.


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