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Anthony Wilden (född 14 December 1935 London, England) är en författare, socialteoretiker, college föreläsare och konsult. Wilden har publicerat flera böcker och artiklar som skär ett antal områden, inklusive system teori, filmteori, strukturalism, Cybernetics, psykiatri, Antropologisk teori, vatten kontroll projekt, urban ekosystem, Resursbevarande, och kommunikation och sociala relationer. Wilden var professor i kommunikationsavdelningen på Simon Fraser University från 1970-talet till mitten av 1990-talet. Han har deltagit i University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, 1960-61, 1963-65, och Johns Hopkins University, Tjänar hans Ph.D. 1968.
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