Focus research & consequences of moving from general to specific.
Consequences of moving from general to specific include difficulty in seeing the bigger picture in relation to the rest of the world and reality itself. Also, factors which contribute to the specific idea/issue are often overlooked, thus forgetting important supporting evidence.
I have been exploring how police interference and brutality intersect, especially in regards to the art world. Police interference, including the monitoring of social media, has driven artists to become more anonymous, especially among the street scene. Artists like Ganzeer and JR, use street walls as their gallery. Some could argue they remain anonymous due to the often illegal medium of their art, but i chose to believe they anonymity stems from the suppression of freedom of speech, especially about current world issues, e.g. police brutality.
Does this mean no more freedom of speech?
Banksy. One Nation Under CCTV. Digital image. Hypebeast. N.p., 15 Apr. 2008. Web. 2 June 2013.
Goold, Benjamin J. “Public Area Surveillance and Police Work: The Impact of Cctv on Police Behaviour and Autonomy.” Public Area Surveillance and Police Work: The Impact of CCTV on Police Behaviour and Autonomy. ∗(n.d.): 191-203. Surveillance & Society. Web. 26 May 2016.
Geofencing – “A geofence is a virtual barrier. Programs that incorporate geo-fencing allow an administrator to set up triggers so when a device enters (or exits) the boundaries defined by the administrator, a text message or email alert is sent.” Margaret Rouse.
Rouse, Margaret. “What Is Geo-fencing (geofencing)? – Definition from WhatIs.com.” WhatIs.com. N.p., Sept. 2015. Web. 25 May 2016.
Unarmed shootings – 2016, The year of reckoning?
““Blue Lives Matter” Law Grants Privileged Status to Cops — Resisting Arrest Can Soon Be a Hate Crime.” The Free Thought Project. N.p., 22 May 2016. Web. 25 May 2016.
Worden, R. The causes of police brutality: Theory and evidence on police use of force. 1995.
What causes police brutality?
Black Lives Matter is a movement which originated from cases of police brutality, in particular, the fatal shootings of black unarmed youth by police.