Methods #2: Processing reality

In our daily life we are influenced by the information we receive from our immediate surroundings. Our interaction with society and our way of thinking is impacted by our previous experiences and knowledge, our cultural context, behavioral patterns, social norms, advertisement and many other factors. We sort the incoming information and identify with some topics and ignore the rest. Together this information shapes the fabric we describe as our reality. Due to the contextual characteristics of creative activism, we find it important to connect the issues present in the reality of the actors with the issues present in the community in which they live. We focus on the political and social context and the communication channels in our surroundings.
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