Dialogic Design Science
Dialogic Design Science (DDS) is the theoretical foundation of the Structured Dialogic Design Process Methodology.
The ultimate objective of this People's Science is to support people from all walks of life for practicing authentic participative democracy by applying the Co-Laboratories of Democracy approach in designing or re-designing their social systems.
The Domain of Science Model (DOSM), proposed by Professor John N. Warfield in 1987, is being employed as the contextual typology for assigning the component artifacts of the DDS in the four distinct domains of the DOSM, namely:
The theory comprises primarily of understanding the Laws of Dialogic Design Science, the roles of various actors, and certain key scientific process and phenomena including the Interpretive Structural Modeling algorithm, Erroneous Priorities Effect, Spreadthink, Situational Complexity, Theory of Change, etc.
The Structured Democratic Dialogue Process is grounded on the theory and expects Facilitators to fully comply with all requirements imposed by Dialogic Design Science.