civic engagement
Derived from the broader field of behavioral economics, Choice Architecture refers to the design and presentation of choices in a way that influences decision-making. It’s not about removing choices or coercing people but about structuring them in a way that nudges individuals towards certain decisions. Key tools in choice architecture include framing, default options, and...
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In an age marked by technological innovation and the boom of digital platforms, it’s no surprise that conventional methods of engaging citizens in democratic processes are undergoing radical transformations. With screen time seeing an unprecedented rise and with younger generations finding more comfort in digital interactions, it’s crucial to adapt and rethink our methods. One...
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