"No matter what the complex issue, and no matter what the group involved in its study, the outcomes of ordinary group process (i.e. the process in which computer support for developing the formal logical structure of the issue is lacking) will be structurally underconceptualized (as evident, for example, by the lack of delineation of the cycles and of any structural connections among them)".
The law merely states the foregoing WARFIELD's explanations about underconceptualization.
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