Participatory Performance – Suzanna Hakobyan and Grigor Muradyan
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According to the filtering theory, from the point of view of sociology, people develop relationships by applying a series of filters as sociodemographic characteristics such as physical proximity, education level, social class, religion, and other essential factors that people likely pay attention to because they create trust.
Other filters include attitudinal similarity and complementarity, whereby people tend to find others more attractive if they share the same core beliefs and values, such as views on the importance of career and family. Complementarity refers to the fact that each has some qualities that the other lacks and helps each other fulfil their desires, needs, and dreams.
Relationships change over time with the development of technology. Class differences, religion, and physical distance are no longer communication problems. In contrast to all this, physical contact and dialogue remain the most crucial sensory process, as a result of which something new is created.
Milk was continuously agitated in a churn until it turns into buttermilk and butter, then put the butter on the bread and gave it to the people along with the buttermilk.