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Nice piece here by the great Alan Moore here about how the film's iconic Guy Fawkes mask has got woven in to contemporary protest movements.
Now the question is: do you think this was an example of independent choice or a socially-shaped one?
Posted at 05:03 PM in behaviour change, Books, I'll have what she's having, Social Influence, Social Learning | Permalink
Alan Moore, IHWSH, V for Vendetta
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