In 1994 I published the book, Media Anthropology - Informing Global Citizens (Bergin & Garvey). Some of the ideas from The Tao of Nonviolence had their origins as I tried to persuade journalists to adopt and share more holistic perspectives with their media audiences.
To make a long story short, at some point I realized, yes, we need media anthropology - i.e. we need journalists to help inform global citizens by making holistic perspectives available. However, we also needed actual people, by the millions, to become involved in the massive re-education effort to update our worldview -- from dualistic to holistic.
It was then I realized the nonviolence movement of movements was and is such a critical form of self-education and action.
The link between "media anthropology" and the "people power" of nonviolence is partially recorded in my chapter to Media Anthropology (Sage,2005). That chapter is here:
Activist Media Anthropology - Antidote to Extremist Worldviews
Susan L. Allen
Media Anthropology, Rothenbuhler and Coman, 2005