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Flock Theory: A New Model of Emergent Self-Organization in Human Interaction
Unformatted Document Text:  Flock Theory 27 Morgan, C.L. (1927) Emergent Evolution, 2 nd edn, London: Williams and Norgate. Nicolis, G. (1989). Physics of Far-from-equilibrium Systems and Self-organization,” in P. Davis (ed.), The New Physics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 316-347. Pacanowsky, M., & O’Donnell-Trujillo, N. (1983). Organizational communication as cultural performance. Communication Monographs, 50, 126-147. Popper, K.R. (1974). Scientific Reduction and the Essential Incompleteness of All Science, in F.J. Ayala & T. Dobzhansky (eds.) Studies in the Philosophy of Biology. London: Macmillan, pp. 259-284. Prigogine, I., & Stengers, I. (1984) Order out of Chaos: Man’s new Dialogue With Nature. London: Heinemann. Reynolds, C. (1987). Flocks, Herds, and Schools: A distributed behavioral model. Computer Graphics, 21, 4, p. 25-34 Sawyer, R.K. (1996). The semiotics of improvisation: the pragmatics of musical and verbal performance. Semiotica, 108, 269-306. Sawyer, R.K. (1999) The emergence of creativity. Philosophical Psychology, 12, 4 pp. 447-469. Sperry, R.W. (1986). Discussion: Macro- Versus Micro-Determinism, Philosophy of Science, 53, pp. 265-270. Turner, M., Pratkanis, A.R. (1992) Threat, Cohesion, and Group Effectiveness: Testing Social Maintenance Perspective on Groupthink. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,63, 5, pp. 781 – 796 Turner, M., Pratkanis, A.R.(1998) 25 Years of Groupthink Theory and Research. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol.73 No. 2 105-115 Wheeler, W.M. (1928). Emergent evolution and the development of societies. New York:Norton. Weick, K. (1979). The social psychology of organizing (2 nd ed.). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. Weiner, N. (1948). Cybernetics: or control and communication in the animal and machine. MIT press: Massachusetts. Woelfel, J.K. (1998) Catpac version 2.0. Galileo Corporation.

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Flock Theory 27

Morgan, C.L. (1927) Emergent Evolution, 2
nd
edn, London: Williams and Norgate.

Nicolis, G. (1989). Physics of Far-from-equilibrium Systems and Self-organization,” in P. Davis
(ed.), The New Physics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 316-347.

Pacanowsky, M., & O’Donnell-Trujillo, N. (1983). Organizational communication as cultural
performance. Communication Monographs, 50, 126-147.

Popper, K.R. (1974). Scientific Reduction and the Essential Incompleteness of All Science, in
F.J. Ayala & T. Dobzhansky (eds.) Studies in the Philosophy of Biology. London:
Macmillan, pp. 259-284.

Prigogine, I., & Stengers, I. (1984) Order out of Chaos: Man’s new Dialogue With Nature.
London:
Heinemann.

Reynolds, C. (1987). Flocks, Herds, and Schools: A distributed behavioral model.
Computer Graphics, 21, 4, p. 25-34

Sawyer, R.K. (1996). The semiotics of improvisation: the pragmatics of musical and verbal
performance. Semiotica, 108, 269-306.

Sawyer, R.K. (1999) The emergence of creativity. Philosophical Psychology, 12, 4 pp. 447-469.

Sperry, R.W. (1986). Discussion: Macro- Versus Micro-Determinism, Philosophy of Science,
53, pp. 265-270.

Turner, M., Pratkanis, A.R. (1992) Threat, Cohesion, and Group Effectiveness: Testing Social
Maintenance Perspective on Groupthink. Journal of Personality and Social
Psychology,63,
5, pp. 781 – 796

Turner, M., Pratkanis, A.R.(1998) 25 Years of Groupthink Theory and Research. Organizational
Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol.73 No. 2 105-115

Wheeler, W.M. (1928). Emergent evolution and the development of societies. New York:Norton.

Weick, K. (1979). The social psychology of organizing (2
nd
ed.). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Weiner, N. (1948). Cybernetics: or control and communication in the animal and machine. MIT
press: Massachusetts.

Woelfel, J.K. (1998) Catpac version 2.0. Galileo Corporation.


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