So You Want to be a Change Agent
This paper analyzes a range of theories of change agency for the purpose of exploring possible ways for individuals to practice social change that are inspired by Jungian thought. The methodology for this paper is a narration of various
theories of social and organizational change. The study uses variations of the story of the Rainmaker, told by C. G. Jung, to explore the connection between individual and social change. The conclusion considers the contribution that
Jungian theory can make to the resolution of the tensions that are inevitably engendered by the thoughtful facilitation of social change
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