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These models and simulations have been tagged “Holon”.
Adapted from Pawson and Tilley (1997) and Ratze et al. (2007) by Rosie Sadsad for a forthcoming book chapter. Contextual factors, mechanisms and outcomes are conceptualised as holons. Their state may change over time (t) and across levels of organisation (l). Holons are components and form part of a compound holon. Holons are connected by weak or strong links.
Realist Evaluation IM-1713
and Multiscale modelling process
Multilevel holons context mechanisms and outcomes
WIP ideas about auto-configuring cross-cutting concerns and resolving where to place role relationship properties and methods
WIP R. Willamo et al. / Ecological Modelling 370 (2018) 1–13
Learning how to understand complexity and deal with sustainability challenges – A framework for a comprehensive approach and its application in university education
Comprehensive thinking GHH framework