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Posts Tagged: theories-of-change - (33 found)
Resource containing numerous famous quotations that relate to four mechanisms of change: persuasion, accommodation, coercion and disintegration.
James Whelan (2001) A Thought Starter for the 2001 National Environment Movement Conference
An outline and resources for a 3 hour workshop to facilitate political analysis, reflection and dialogue as a precursor to strategising.
An exercise which explores the different ways social movements can bring about change and how these different mechanisms can help when selecting tactics.
Encourages groups to articulate their beliefs about power and agency, and to work towards a match between their beliefs and actions.
Nina Lansbury Hall & Ros Taplin (2006). This version was presented at the 9th annual Environmental Research Event, University of Tasmania, 29 Nov – 2 Dec, 2005.
James Whelan (2004) ‘New forms of activism’ seminar @ UTS, 12 March