Eleven Very Short Thoughts On US Black Media Space

  1. The concern with historical(as well as ahistorical) political narrative is that it often supposes a pattern similar to fiction story.
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  3. And in its format(crisis-confrontation/labors/development-resolution), some students might think this is how life resolves itself, too
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  5. Systems are often extended through time based on the assumption of secure and infallible processes.
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  7. Fairy tales, myths, folklore, and the like present these formats to us, these narratives, and yet much of life works much differently.
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  9. Much of the west is saturated in a psychology that presupposes binary realities, characters based not on internals, but externals.
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  11. Often our society reduces us to not WHO we are, but what we are, and especially in the USA, what we have obtained.
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  13. We often understand the devices used in the thirty minute sitcom, and yet, we still often process like a character of a thirty minute sitcom.
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  15. We often tend to seek one method for solution for one problem at a time in an existence where multiple problems ALWAYS persist.
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  17. We wish as individuals to be treated outside of the set of our human similarities and yet treat human problems as constants.
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  19. Instead of thinking that, “hey, this worked for them it MIGHT work for us,” we tend to say,”this occurred for them it HAS to be the way.”
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  21. We are often socialized to assume and presume security in a space defined by its insecurity and lack of permanence.

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