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Behaviour Change Spiral in the context of the Enabling Environment
Theory Summary
6 Features of the Enabling Environment
SOCIAL FEATURES
- nature of personal relationships; expectations of class, position, age, gender; access to knowledge, information.
CULTURAL FEATURES
- the behaviours and attitudes considered acceptable in given contexts - eg. relating to sex, gender, drugs, leisure, participation
ETHICAL & SPIRITUAL FEATURES
- influence of personal and shared values and discussion about moral systems from which those are derived - can include rituals, religion and rights of passage
LEGAL FEATURES
- laws determining what people can do and activities to encourage observance of those laws
POLITICAL FEATURES
- systems of governance in which change will have to take place - can, for example, limit access to information and involvement in social action
RESOURCE FEATURES
- affect what is required to make things happen - covers human, financial and material resources; community knowledge and skills; and items for exchange

Source
The Behaviour Change spiral from "What do they want us to do now?" AFAO 1996

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