By Mark D. Bennett
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Some may identify additional assumptions, feelings, and concerns. “No matter what I would like to do, I’m pretty much stuck as my parents’ caregiver. ” Conversations about values-laden issues can heat up quickly. Acknowledgment is powerful and keeps the climate respectful, encouraging everyone to speak up. “Stop! You just dumped this huge issue on the table that you have already thought about. ” Be on the Lookout for Decision “Gold” Sometimes valuable nuggets hide in people’s early comments about their points of view.
It is not always easy to find this clarity and balance. A business facing a serious budget shortfall could frame the issue so it contains an important value (caring about our employees’ welfare) as a reference point. ” The value of employee security becomes a major focus, framing the decision sharply and limiting the range of alternatives. How you pose or frame the question A problem properly stated is determines your answer. A poor frame half solved. reduces the likelihood of a smart John Dewey choice.
The Friends of Civil Liberties chapter has raised concerns about censorship and civil rights. Their members strongly oppose any limitations on access. They believe that any restrictions on access to information are suspect and must be avoided. Joan Wilson, representing the American Library Association, has submitted their code of ethics that supports freedom of access to information. She has also included a list of concerns about the proper role of library staff as information providers, not enforcement personnel.