Integrating cycle of prochaska and diclemente with ethically responsible behavior theory for social change management: Post-covid-19 social cognitive perspective for change

Ansar Abbas, Dian Ekowati, Fendy Suhariadi, Rakotoarisoa Maminirina Fenitra, Mochammad Fahlevi

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Abstract

Humans could never have predicted what would happen as a result of COVID-19. Indeed, such foresight was not expected. It can also be stated that planning to combat COVID-19 was beyond human capacity. However, the future may be foretold by seeing many aspects that we have experienced. Current values, styles of working, social systems, organizational transformations, and human behavior have all been altered due to the epidemic. Those changes will sustain the anticipated direction. This chapter goes into change cycle theory and how COVID-19 affected current social norms. Initially, the idea was integrated with social norms, but social cognition impacts were analogized as they progressed. It is interwoven with the goal that ethically social responsibility developments will assist in the design of a post-COVID-19 society approach. It is expected that we would be able to strategically carry some of the benefits of social awareness gained during COVID-19 for a brighter future in the post-COVID-19 age.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Research on Global Networking Post COVID-19
PublisherIGI Global
Pages130-155
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)9781799888581
ISBN (Print)9781799888567
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jun 2022

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