Saturday, March 24, 2012

Extraordinary Discourse 061


An Insurrection Of Subjugated Knowledges



To my writing classes I used later to open by saying that anybody who could talk could also write. Having cheered them up with this easy-to-grasp ladder, I then replaced it with a huge and loathsome snake: “How many people in this class, would you say, can talk? I mean really talk?” That had its duly woeful effect.
Hitchens, June 2011




Story-based strategy views social change through the lens of narrative power and positions storytelling at the center of social change strategy. This framework provides tools to craft more effective social change messages, challenge assumptions, intervene in prevailing cultural narratives, and change the stories that shape popular culture.
Vision -- How You Can Use 'SmartMemes' to Win Campaigns, Build Movements, and Change the WorldPM Press / By Patrick Reinsborough and Doyle Canning