"The replacement of the existing frame of thinking with a newly-articulated frame" (J. WARFIELD, 1989a, p.9).
This process is also called "framebreak" by WARFIELD, who considers it essential to diminish and if possible eliminate underconceptualization, specially in the understanding of complex systems (Ibid).
WARFIELD proposed a technique for remodeling, whose aim is to enlarge as much as possible the mental outlook of the participants (1989 b, p.39-41).
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