Polarized, Dichotomous, Monotonous, and Centralized Societies: The Pros and Cons
Click here to see outcome of this travel projectBased on a virtual tour of multiple societies the world over; A graphic documentation of a range of societies that fall within this orbit; capped with an ‘11 day’ participatory & exploratory tour of Ukraine by ‘Travel-Learn’ Participants
Societies get to fall within these trajectory based on a range of factors including, but not limited to languages, tribal differences, ethnicity, annexation, ideology, religion, resources, military control installations, climatic imbalances, migrant factors etc.
For instance, a society like that of Swaziland-Southern Africa enjoys a 'one people one language' advantage over various other societies. On the other hand, ideological differences may often exist regarding system of government and transparency hence the emergence of dissenting voices. Travel Learn activity focuses on the pros and cons from a neutral point of view.