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< previous page page_220 next page > Page 220 to complex-coercive problem contexts. Readers are invited to contribute such a methodology to the next edition of this book. 9.7 Case Study: A Continuation of the Offensive Weapons Example 9.7.1 Introductio n In Section 9.5 we considered a first stage application of critical systems heuristics to the proposed multi-agency approach to the carrying of offensive weapons. We examined the situation using the 12 critically heuristic questions in the "is" mode. Enough information was provided in the background information to allow the reader to complete the investigation by now using the questions in the "ought" mode. Some very
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interesting results should be obtained. 9.7.2 Your Task Your task is to go carefully through the 12 critically heuristic questions in the "ought" mode (see Table 9.2). Try to do this exercise drawing as many stakeholders as possible into the design, so that you produce the outline for a genuine multi-agency approach. Remember that the
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