Category Archives: Mapping

The Conceptual Structure of Social Disputes – Cognitive-Affective Maps

We describe and illustrate a new method of graphically diagramming disputants’ points of view called cognitive affective mapping. The products of this method — cognitive-affective maps (CAMs) — represent an individual’s concepts and beliefs about a particular subject, such as … Continue reading

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Dialogue Mapping

Dialogue Mapping™ is a radically inclusive facilitation process that creates a diagram or ‘map‘ that captures and connects participants’ comments as a meeting conversation unfolds. It is especially effective with highly complex or “Wicked” problems that are wrought with both … Continue reading

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