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< previous page page_195 next page > Page 195 Wilson, B. (1984). Systems: Concepts, Methodologies and Applications , Wiley, Chichester. Checkland, P. B., and Scholes, J. (1990). Soft Systems Methodology in Action , Wiley, Chichester. Checkland's two chapters in an edited book by Rosenhead are also of value: Rosenhead, J. (ed.) (1989). Rational Analysis for a Problematic World , Wiley, Chichester.
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For the critique of SSM see: Jackson, M. C. (1982). The nature
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Unformatted text preview: of soft systems thinking: The work of Churchman, Ackoff and Checkland, Journal of Applied Systems Analysis , 9, 1728. Checkland, P. B. (1982). Soft systems methodology as process: A reply to M. C. Jackson, Journal of Applied Systems Analysis , 9, 379. Jackson, M. C. (1983). The nature of soft systems thinking: Comments on the three replies, Journal of Applied Systems Analysis , 10, 10913. < previous page page_195 next page >...
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