Storytelling for Scholars, Activists and the Public

RE:Imagining Change is about using stories to “win campaigns, build movements, and change the world.” Written by Patrick Reinsborough and Doyle Canning, who are both co-founders of the Center for Story-Based Strategy in the U.S., they offer research, strategies, tactics, tools and real-world examples of successful social change campaigns. The mix of scholarly research, practical tips and fascinating case studies make this text useful and engaging for scholars, activists, and the general public.  On this page are three infographics, each one focused on those three target audiences. Each infographic offers the information and resources that will interest each audience the most. If you want to learn more,  the annotated bibliography entry for RE:Imagining Change, and a position paper are provided as well.

Scholars

 

Story-Based Strategy for Scholars (PDF)

 

Activists

 

Story-Based Strategy for Activists  (PDF)

 

The Public

 

Story-Based Strategy for the Public  (PDF)

 

 

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Annotated Bibliography Entry

Position Paper

 

 

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