Explore the strengths and weaknesses of each solution
Judge the quality of each solution.
Judging different solutions will help you come up with your own solution and contribution to the issue.
To judge the quality of each solution you will examine its strengths and weaknesses.
For this technique, you will need
For each solution:
1. Write down its strengths -- how well does it resolve the tension in the problem case?
2. Write down its weaknesses -- what tensions in the problem case are not resolved? What are the negative effects?
3. Write down your overall assessment -- when judging, remember that:
For each of the solutions in your list, you will add its:
Kaufer, D. S., Geisler, C., & Neuwirth, C. M. (1989). Arguing from sources: Exploring issues through reading and writing. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (p. 195-197).