SOCB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Knitting, Anti-Social Behaviour, Banksy

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4 Feb 2013
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The expression or application of creative skill and imagination, typically n a visual form such as painting, drawing or sculpture. A norm is a behaviour, attribute idea or feeling that is widely viewed as being acceptable (and often desirable) at a particular time and place. Feeling norms" have taken on particular importance in our present - how to feel a certain way! Plastic bags - bring your own bags shopping (hippie tree hugger) To be a responsible, good citizen this is now what you do - micro norms shifted. Smithsonian controversy - put on a controversial art exhibit. Republicans went nuts, trying to de-fund it. Public art and what it represents, how subversive it is. Visual art is a materialistic expression of norms, is in itself controversial. Reminds us how norms are often contested. Blue and green music by georgia o"keeffe 1921 - feminist artist (?) Painted a lot of flowers that got republicans mad.

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