Diff of Consensus.
Current page:version 4last modified on 03.01.2019by bea
Archived page:version 3last modified on 03.12.2018by gast

@@ -1,4 +1,6 @@
-!!! Decisionmaking
+Zweite Tradition
+!!! Decision making
 Decisions by consensus. The only formulation concerning processes for
 group decision-making offered in Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions is in the Second Tradition: "For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority -- a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience". "Group conscience" in AA terminology has come to mean decisionmaking by consensus. This does not necessarily mean complete unanimity, but neither does it mean decisions by majority vote. Instead, it entails a frequently
@@ -12,14 +14,16 @@
 Otherwise, the consensus principle is almost universally applied. But not quite. In California, at least, decisions about whether a meeting is to be a smoking or a non-smoking meeting, as consciousness changed on this issue, have sometimes come down to majority voting. Johnson
 (1987:443) observed two majority votes on this at successive meetings of a group, in a situation complete with meeting-stacking and other manipulations reminiscent of party politics.
 Robin Room,
 Addiction Research Foundation: Alcoholics Anonymous as a Social Movement
 p. 167-187 in: Barbara S. McCrady and William R. Miller, eds., Research on Alcoholics
 Anonymous: Opportunities and Alternatives. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, 1993.
+Siehe auch: