Double-loop learning refers to the distinction between learning that keeps a behavioural system operating within a field of constancy and learning that changes what the system seeks to achieve or to keep constant. It is related to the distinction between first-order and second-order change. The emphasis on learning rather than change highlights the processes by which ...

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