An Introduction to System Theory – Session 1: Critical Approach into the Discussion

An Introduction to System Theory – Session 1: Critical Approach into the Discussion

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In seven sessions, an introduction to system theory is presented, to the general theory of the system and to the theory of social systems, narrated by Niklas Luhmann.

The following is the flow of the discussion:

Session 1: Critical Approach into the discussion Session 2: The main propositions and concepts of system theory – 1 Session 3: The main propositions and concepts of system theory – 2 Session 4: The main propositions and concepts of system theory – 3 Session 5: The main propositions and concepts of system theory – 4 Session 6: A general overview of system theory Session 7: Critique of system theory. Does system theory work for us? – regards to the Iranian society (in four sections)

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