4 Keys for Social Justice & Social Change – Is Knowledge Power? 🔑
4 Keys for Social Justice & Social Change – Is Knowledge Power? 🔑. In Langdon Winner’s article, “Mythinformation,” he wrote,
“…computer romantics draw upon a number of key assumptions: (1) people are bereft of information; (2) information is knowledge; (3) knowledge is power; and (4) increasing access to information enhances democracy and equalizes social power.”Winner, Langdon. “Mythinformation.” The whale and the reactor (1986): 98-117.
However, as Langdon suggests, knowledge alone by itself is not enough in social justice to enact change, but it is a piece of the puzzle. To sustain and fully realize social movements, succeed with:
4 Keys for Social Justice & Social Change 🔑
- Utilize The Five “A’s” of True Power in Social Movements;
- Implement a Social Media Video Marketing Strategy;
- Study Social Activism, Visual Rhetoric & Digital Media Research; and
- Work a Social Media Consultant.