2.8.x Literature

See literature on:

·      Processes of generative change (Ball, 2009).

·      Processes of self-perpetuating change (Ball, 2009).

·      Processes of self-propagating change (Arthur, 2013).

·      Processes of self-amplifying (Phelps & Hase, 2002).

·      Processes in a self-amplifying loop (Lichtenstein, 2014).

·      Causal loops with self-enhanced loop effects (Hayduk, 1996).

·      Processes of self-potentiating (Rescher, 1998).

·      Processes of (self-) bootstrapping (Bruner, 1996; Sloman, 2015).

·      Deviation-amplifying mechanisms (Maruyama, 1963).

·      Multiplier effects, like the so-called “Matthew effect ” and “Comenius effect ” (Jörg & Akkaoui Hughes, 2013).

·      Self propelling teams (cave burn out; falling in love)