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Form is the shape, visual appearance, or configuration of an object. In a wider sense, the form is the way something happens.

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Organizations relating to Form

International Stereoscopic Union / Stuttgart, Germany / Est. 1975
Alloy Phase Diagram International Commission / Est. 1986
Gestalt Academy of Scandinavia / Stockholm, Sweden
International Mesostructured Materials Association / Shanghai, China / Est. 2000
Greenwich Mean Time / London, UK / Est. 1884
European Frequency and Time Forum / Besançon, France / Est. 1987
International Research Network on Time Perspective / Est. 2007
Society for Gestalt Theory and its Applications / Dortmund, Germany / Est. 1978
International Foundation for Dharma Nature Time / Bali, Indonesia / Est. 2001
International Organization on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies / Materials Park OH, USA / Est. 1992
International Society for the Advanced Study of Spacetime / La Jolla CA, USA
Bureau international de l'heure / Est. 1919
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Society / Est. 1979
Stereoscopic Society / Hertford, UK / Est. 1893
Foundation for the Study of Cycles / Albuquerque NM, USA / Est. 1940
International Time Capsule Society / Atlanta GA, USA / Est. 1990
Agreement on Research Participation and Technical Exchange in the In-pile CABRI and Annular Core Pulsed Reactor Research Programs Related to Fast Reactor Safety / Est. 1978
Centro Internazionale di Storia delle Spazio e del Tempo / Brugine, Italy / Est. 1981
Centre international de Gestalt / Montréal QC, Canada
ATM Forum / Est. 1991
European Working Group on Qualitative Reasoning
World Timecapsule Fund / Est. 1986
IUPS Commission on Chronophysiology
IUGS Commission on Systematics in Petrology / Est. 1970
International Society for Studies of Blood Groups and Polymorphous Proteins of Sheep
International Association for the Philosophy of Time / Milan, Italy
Fondation Jean Dausset - Centre d'Étude du Polymorphisme Humain / Paris, France / Est. 1984
International Society for Stereology and Image Analysis / Paris, France / Est. 1963
International Association for the Semiotics of Space and Time / Est. 1989
International Society for the Study of Time / Narberth PA, USA / Est. 1966
International Association for Time Use Research / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1970
Gestalt Education Network International / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 1981
International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1959
Spatially-Oriented Referencing Systems Association / Est. 1974
International Conference on Attosecond Science and Technology
Réseau des Plate-formes nationales d'ONG d'Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre / Dakar, Senegal
Federation internationale des organismes de formation à la Gestalt / Paris, France / Est. 1991

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Action Strategies relating to Form

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Disciplining use of time
Improving sense of time
Improving time-keeping
Organizing time
Working flexible times
Synchronizing season time
Returning to solar time
Using daylight saving
Focusing on accelerating time
Using part-time employees
Shaping inclusive gestalt
Applying gestalt filter to collective deliberation
Reducing amount of wasted waiting time
Grounding gestalt patterns
Marking annual time patterns
Reducing amount of wasted time
Paying on time
Awakening interior time
Designing space-time ontology
Studying time habits
Increasing productivity of meeting time
Expanding part-time employment positions
Depriving time
Providing sufficient parliamentary time to approve urgent legislation
Holding fatalistic attitudes to the use of time

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