This course is Part 2 of the Social Norms, Social Change series. In this course, we will examine social change, the tools we may use to enact change, and put into practice all we have learned in Part 1. See Social Norms, Social Change Part I at this link: https://coursera.org/learn/norms
Social Norms, Social Change II
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I absolutely loved this course. One issue I would like to point out though is that there are mistakes in the transcripts (for example, instead of trendsetter, the word, transactor appears often).
This course is outstanding . I love it and i haven't been boring of any section of it..\n\nIt is good to know how can one social norm can effects the community and how can we avoid doing it
You have to work hard and pay attention in this class, but I think the information is very valuable, and you can tell that the professor is very knowledgeable about her field.
well organized, information straight to point, with clear simple examples, eventhough the course was full of terms but it was explained in very simple English.
Great organization of content, would have liked more recent examples and more explanation on the statistical models (I don't have statistical education)
Great continuation to Social Norms Social Change I, goes more into actionable identification and evaluation techniques.
Very well designed course. The combination videos and notes really helped to understand the concepts with examples.
Great course to learn. I think my time that I spent for this course is worth. Thank you very much Cristina.
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