process patterns can span any number of social domains. However, reading the article/understanding the lesson, I now think/realize that commitments entered into under one institution may induce actors to modify their preferences and negotiating behavior regarding issues related to another institution. ii. Before reading the article/understanding the lesson, I thought that Process patterns commit us to close-ended research as they offer an opportunity for transdisciplinary research and collaboration. However, reading the article/understanding the lesson, I now think/realize that we are more likely to encounter surprises and genuinely learn something new if we map out recurrent social processes first, and only then ponder over which social domains apply, and whether and to what extent we can or should repackage them in terms of conventional causal models and frameworks. iii. Before reading the article/understanding the lesson, I thought that The causal mechanisms and ideal types were made solely for its purpose
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