Please note, however, that the loop does not describe dynamic behaviour in the normal system dynamics sense.
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The CSH toolbox is composed of twelve 'boundary questions' designed to outline and provoke thought about boundary judgments that determine situational framings.
Each question is considered in two modes: an ideal mode (what 'should' be), and a descriptive mode (what 'is'), making twenty-four questions in total.
Overlapping with the analytic purpose (of providing more information), therefore, CSH also intends to generate discussion, reflection, and critique.
The boundary questions in Table 1 provide a common rubric designed to enable mutual understanding and contructive dialogue.
Engaging debate about the issues exposed during the evaluation fulfills a practical purpose by opening up new ways to improve communication and hence the overall wellbeing of those involved.
Finally, by intentionally setting all actors' perspectives on equal footing regardless of their expertise or technical competence (sometimes referred to as a ' Socratic' professional stance), CSH can have an emancipatory purpose, amplifying otherwise unheard voices.
Rather than focus on the stances and actions themselves, therefore, CSH zooms in on the process of interpretation.
Rather than asking 'what do you see in this situation?