Richard Healey & Sandra Hinson, ‘Rhyming Hope and HIstory’ 2005

March 30, 2014 | By: James Whelan

The tools that groups use for power analysis tend to be one-dimensional snapshots - forcefield analysis, mapping the alignment of groups and resources, and so on. Power maps are a particularly useful tools for developing issue campaigns. However, these one-dimensional tools do not lend themselves to an analysis that pushes the theoretical boundaries beyond the groups' pluralist assumptions.
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James Whelan

James Whelan

James is founding co-director of the Change Agency and co-director of the Community Organising Fellowship.

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