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12014-10-28T08:20:33-07:00Samantha Closef42637f3cf8f8e584095341d3b0809f178e3d4496101Glossary term for "prankster"plain2014-10-28T08:20:33-07:00Samantha Closef42637f3cf8f8e584095341d3b0809f178e3d449Prankster media performance is a maker practice used by many individuals and groups featured here. It refers to performances in actual physical space, whether public or technically private, that disrupt the usual ways of acting and day-to-day business to make a point. One well-known example of a prankster tactic is the "flash mob," whereby large groups of people suddenly gather in one particular space.
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