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Boundary games: A language and intention based framework for boundary critique
Exploring ways to understand the boundary of a problematic situation is fundamental to intervention. The boundary draws a difference between what is relevant and what is not relevant for the problem situation. In other ...
The Need for Exploring Alternatives in Systemic Intervention: Two "Intentional" Arguments
(56th Annual Proceedings of ISSS, 2009-01-01)
A recurrent guideline in many of the systems approaches to intervention is the need for exploring different alternatives. This guideline is present despite the different types of tools, the different paradigms or the ...
Stretching the concept of boundary in boundary critique
The way in which boundary is marked around an issue, determines the way in which we understand, approach and intervene in such an issue. Stretching the way in which we understand the concept of boundary can expand our ...
Intention in intervention: A conceptual model
(International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), 2013-01-01)
Intentions serve multiple roles in human action. They help in making sense of our actions and those of others, and on this basis, coordination is possible. They cause, guide and sustain our actions. Additionally, they are ...