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Cognitive activism is a type of activism that aims to bring about social change by developing the way we think about things, often by reframing debates or redefining terms.[1] Frank Luntz and George Lakoff are exemplary cognitive activists, although most activists participate in cognitive activism to some degree.

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  1. Lakoff, George Metaphor and War Again. Alternet. URL accessed on 22 November 2009.
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