GOUNI Journal of Management and Social Sciences
In this article, we will first consider the starting point for change. Social change is more likely to occur when we have a passionate interest in a particular area. Often the beginning of social change occurs when we have a passionate interest in a particular area. Often the beginning of social change occurs with the recognition that something is wrong and unfair. This recognition may take the form of a flash of outrage, but the feeling is clear: this needs to change. We may not even know why we feel this way, but our intuition can steer us in the right direction. By listening and watching closely, ever present signs and guides will provide us clues and direction. The key is to be open and receptive to them. This intuition can also help us develop and maintain relationships with other critical social change partners.
Jason, L.A., McClellan, D., & Gleason, K. (2016). Interdisciplinary social action. GOUNI Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 4, 280-289.