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This chapter explores the nature of empowerment and how individuals harness this resource to effect change in local, national, and global settings. We start by examining four examples of empowerment in context and how history developed these ideas into social movements. Next, the construct of power is defined, and the reader is exposed to various instruments that powerful individuals often use to effect change. Specific methods for empowerment are detailed, followed by multicultural perspectives and examples in empowerment. The chapter concludes with suggestions for the reader on how they might develop their own social movements.
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