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Social Change is a Global Phenomenon

January 30, 2013

Social change is a global state of mind. Social change issues of greatest importance vary by country and gender. In many countries, more people say involvement in social change is important than those who have taken action. Source: Walden University’s Social Change Impact Report, conducted by Harris Interactive, September 2011. Source

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Americans are Engaged in Social Change

January 28, 2013

Social change is important to Americans and it is Baby Boomers and Matures who are taking action and running the engine of social change in America. Source: Walden University’s Social Change Impact Report, conducted by Harris Interactive, March 2011 www.WaldenU.edu/impactreport Source

Social Change is Important

Social Change is Important

October 21, 2012

Social change is important to Americans. Education is seen as the pathway to engage in social change as well as an important outcome of social change—now and in the future. Source: Walden University’s Social Change Impact Report, conducted by Harris Interactive, March 2011. Source

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Power of One

July 1, 2012

The future of social change lives in the power of the individual and digital technology will fuel that power. The social change issues of the future are both global and local. Source: Walden University’s Social Change Impact Report, conducted by Harris Interactive, March 2011. Source

Digital Technology is Global Game-Changer Social Change

Digital Technology is Global Game-Changer Social Change

May 24, 2012

Digital technology is a global game-changer for social change. Social networking is the most common way young adults use digital technology to engage in social change. Source: Walden University’s Social Change Impact Report: Global Survey, conducted by Harris Interactive, September 2011. Source