Instilling in persons global images through informal re-education. The effect is to motivate production responsibility to global need.
An integral part of balancing utilization of production through control and regulation of allocation and development and information on available resources and distribution, so there is local accountability for worldwide needs.
Tactics include: global image to expand and redirect the contexts out of which production operates, assuring that it includes concern for global needs; education structures to develop structures at both local and global levels which train both business and industry in equitable distribution through re-contextual education; radical signs to create myths and signal projects which demonstrate to business and industry the realistic possibility for them taking responsibility for society's needs; emphasized interdependence to stress the interdependence between industrial production and actual consumer's needs; and permeation means to infiltrate industry and business with new images of how to redirect marketing structures; employee training and priorities.
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