Step 3 - Level of conflict and complexity
The results of step 2 have shown that a more careful assessment is needed for the "name of the case" and that there is likely to be a risk of hatred and intimidation.
Who makes the assessment in step 3?
Also, in step 3, you should gather several people to contribute their experiences and perspectives. Someone who works on the issue at hand and someone who knows how the media reports and how the conversation is conducted on social media can be of great value to include in such a conversation.
Reason with each other to see different perspectives and draw on each other's experiences. This is not a question of who is right but rather a question of making a choice based on all existing knowledge.
If you disagree or are hesitant in your choice of options, preferably choose the option that suggests a higher risk. It is better to overestimate risk than to underestimate it.
In step 3, each statement is followed by three alternatives. There are eight statements dealing mainly with the level of conflict and eight dealing with the nature of the issue or the degree of complexity. You have to choose one option for each statement to get a result.