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Volume 63, Numbers 3-4, April 2007

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Introduction
pp. 153-155(3)
Author: Kuhn, Lesley

Why Utilize Complexity Principles in Social Inquiry?
pp. 156-175(20)
Author: Kuhn, Lesley

From Complexity Concepts to Creative Applications
pp. 176-193(18)
Authors: Kuhn, Lesley; Woog, Robert

Emergence of a Social Inquiry Group: A Story of Fractals and Networks
pp. 194-208(15)
Authors: Bloch, Deborah; Henderson, Linda; Stackman, Richard

Managing Chaos at the Edge of Enchantment
pp. 223-236(14)
Author: Whitecross, Peter

Fuzzy Identities for an Inclusive Anglohispanic Dialogue
pp. 237-249(13)
Author: Coronado, Gabriela

Trust and Goodwill as Attractors: Reflecting on a Complexity-Informed Inquiry
pp. 250-264(15)
Authors: Levick, David; Woog, Robert; Knox, Kel

Fractality, Organizational Management, and Creative Change
pp. 265-274(10)
Authors: Levick, David; Kuhn, Lesley

Living on the Edge: A Complexity-Informed Exploration of the Human-Water Relationship
pp. 275-285(11)
Authors: Simmons, Bruce; Woog, Robert; Dimitrov, Vladimir

Sustainable Tourism as Emergent Discourse
pp. 286-297(12)
Author: Kuhn, Lesley

Dénouement
pp. 298-299(2)
Author: Kuhn, Lesley

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