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Comparison of Change Theories

  title={Comparison of Change Theories},
  author={Alicia Kritsonis and Dominquez Hills},
The purpose of this article is to summarize several change theories and assumptions about the nature of change. The author shows how successful change can be encouraged and facilitated for long-term success. The article compares the characteristics of Lewin’s Three-Step Change Theory, Lippitt’s Phases of Change Theory, Prochaska and DiClemente’s Change Theory, Social Cognitive Theory, and the Theory of Reasoned Action and Planned Behavior to one another. Leading industry experts will need to… 
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The Dynamics of Planned Change Prochaska and DiClemente: Behavior Change Model
  • Harcourt, Brace and World
  • 1958
Prochaska and DiClemente: Behavior Change Model.
  • Organizational Behavior
  • 1958
Change Theories. " kumc.edu/instruction/conted/online/substance/ module3/mod3comp1.html " How Social Change can Happen
  • Change Theories. " kumc.edu/instruction/conted/online/substance/ module3/mod3comp1.html " How Social Change can Happen
Behavioral Change Theory
  • Behavioral Change Theory
Prochaska and DiClemente: Behavior Change Model.” http://northwestahec.wfubmc.edu/professional/Behavior%20Change%20Model.pdf#searc h='prochaska%20and%20DiClemente
  • Organizational Behavior
  • 1958