Listening for Transformation: Discovering Third Space and Connection Using a Listening Protocol

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2022
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The Palgrave Handbook of Learning for Transformation
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Sathe L.A.
Zakrzewski T.C.
Longmore A.-L.
Romano A.
Kramlich D.
Brunstein J.
Cunliff E.
Marsick V.J.
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© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2022.Might we imagine listening and reciprocal storytelling anew, as a re-emerging force for holistic transformation, that holds the potential to transform a person’s worldview through listening in dyads using our Transformative Listening Protocol. We share our Protocol used by diverse scholars in different global contexts; offer potentialities for applying the Protocol in a variety of settings; and propose possible implications and questions for transformative learning theory. Our research addresses a specific gap in the literature to understand the experience of listening through story that creates a third space for transformation in dyads. The Protocol evokes and supports transformation at multiple levels: connect with another, understand another, and/or learn more deeply about oneself—for individual, collective, community, and societal change (Stevens-Long et al. in Adult Education Quarterly 62(2): 180–198).
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