Facilitation and Culturaln Contexts by Zellweger

By Zellweger

As we have been requested to impart education for facilitatorsin nations with assorted cultural backgrounds,we desired to understand, if the cultural backgroundwas having a power within the facilitationstyle. that may suggest, that the learning needed to beadapted in each one new context to fit its requirements.20

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Thus Michotte experimentally demonstrated, among many other things, that small ‘balls’ cannot cause large ‘balls’ to move, because in the minds of his subjects a small ball is not big enough to cause a big ball to move. Big effects must have big causes. That is what our intuitive theory of mechanics usually dictates. When Van Eck fell backward on that fateful night in the way he did, the cause must have been that officer Abrams pushed him because, according to our intuitive theory of mechanics, people do not normally fall backward on their own.

The causal field of intuitive mechanics was studied experimentally some time ago by Albert Michotte (1954). He showed his experimental subjects images of circles of different sizes moving at varying speeds over a surface and occasionally coming into contact with each other. The images looked like a billiard table with ———————————— 1 We will have to amend this later on.  The Popular Policeman / 4de 10-08-2005 22:27 Pagina 32 moving balls seen from above. Depending on the size and speed of the ‘balls’ when they came into contact with each other, his subjects concluded whether or not one ‘ball’ caused another ‘ball’ to move (see tenet iv).

He showed his experimental subjects images of circles of different sizes moving at varying speeds over a surface and occasionally coming into contact with each other. The images looked like a billiard table with ———————————— 1 We will have to amend this later on.  The Popular Policeman / 4de 10-08-2005 22:27 Pagina 32 moving balls seen from above. Depending on the size and speed of the ‘balls’ when they came into contact with each other, his subjects concluded whether or not one ‘ball’ caused another ‘ball’ to move (see tenet iv).

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