In her text Writing to Change the World, psychologist and writer Mary Pipher coins the term “Change Writer” and explores what “change writing” is and why she feels it is important to be a change writer. Spend time defining what “change writing” is by summarizing ideas in Pipher’s text and referencing other texts that support her definition or that speak generally about writing, social justice or other similar issues. You should quote from Pipher’s chapters (introduction, Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.) to help support and develop this section of yoru paper. Then, use Pipher’s chapter “The Psychology of Change,” which outlines specific criteria that she believes ‘change writers’ use in their work, to identify and examine 2-4 texts that fulfil Pipher’s criteria and so can be called “change writing” or “change writers.” (For example, we may have watched Ted Talks like “The Danger of a Single Story” https://www.ted.com/search?q=The+danger+of+a+single+story (Links to an external site.) or “The Power of Vulnerability” https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability/transcript?language=en (Links to an external site.) or we may have read essays like Jimmy Baca’s “Coming into Language” https://pen.org/coming-into-language/ (Links to an external site.) or Brent Staples’s “Black Men and Public Space” https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hmr8HOsI5GOJ9CVdU8N5EWY2Mzxa03eW/view?usp=sharing (Links to an external site.) . Choose your 2-4 texts to summarize and analyze as examples of “change writing”. Using Pipher’s own words and ideas from her chapter on “The Psychology of Change”, and with support from additional external sources, explain this concept “Change Writer/Change Writing,” by providing at least 2 (no more than 4) examples of texts that use her “psychology of change” criteria and fulfill her definition of “change writer/change writing.” Conclude your essay with some opinions and take-aways about “Change Writer” and its importance, value, and larger cultural significance.