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What is the meaning of Systemic Structure?

Systemic structure describes the web of interrelationships between factors at play which, have shaped or continue to shape the dynamic behaviour of a problem situation. The systemic structure fundamentally affects behaviour: change the structure and the behaviour changes.

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Lyle Jenkins, "Biolinguistics : Exploring the Biology of Language (Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics)".
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Geoff Thompson and Susan Hunston, "System And Corpus: Exploring Connections (Functional Linguistics)".
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