Mini insight on social networks and behaviour change

Social networks – and the social support provided through them – can improve a person’s ability to gain access to new connections and information as well as to identify and solve problems. If this support can help to reduce uncertainty or help to produce desired outcomes, then a sense of personal control will also be enhanced, including to change behaviours.

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Nicholas Goodwin

Behaviour change and international development guy.

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