I just started temping at a place that manages their processes through Pro Work Flow, email and folders. The only way I can keep track of everything I need to know is to make a worksheet for each job and scribble notes on post-its stuck to it! Sometimes olden is golden :)
One key element of a model is that it is an attempt to simulate something so it came be tested and changed before you then do it for real. Architects build models to get feedback from clients, researchers build models to test theories.
I have been thinking the same thing and wondering if it is to do with us having been involved in the UK EU discussion for so long before the referendum. And the discussions we had before were more complex than the faux-polarisation of the current debate, because the issues ARE more complex. So this feels somehow wrong.
Not that I’ve seen as yet. But it needs to be had. This is, as Craig Calhoun of the LSE said, an extreme version of views held elsewhere. The former UK education secretary of state for a start: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/education-secretary-nicky-morgan-tells-teenagers-if-you-want-a-job-drop-humanities-9852316.html