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Chapter 20: Analysis and Critique of Bhola's Configurations (CLER) Model
Analysis and Critique of Bhola's Configurations (CLER) Model
This chapter contains two parts. First, it presents an analysis of Bhola's Configurations (CLER) Model. Second, it provides a critique of the model.
Analysis of the CLER Model
The analysis of the CLER model includes descriptions of the model, the purposes of the model, and relationships among model concepts. The analysis continues with three sections that introduce the three main divisions of the model that stem from systems theory, dialectics, and constructivism.
General Description of the Model
The CLER model is a change-planning model, not a change-watching model. It was devised to help planners design ...