Amplification of cultural beliefs through information and communication design during campaigns between competing narratives

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Information design has become increasingly widespread since the 1800s, when statistical graphics and data visualization developed alongside systematic data collection by governments. Communication design evolved during the twentieth century as many new communication media with different functionalities were introduced. Then, communication design became an increasingly important consideration for organisations wanting to reach audiences in multiple different ways. During the twenty-first century, concurrent information and communication design is commonplace. This happens as millions of people create information to suit the different functionalities and constraints of the many different communication media that they use.
LanguageEnglish
JournalOrganizational Dynamics
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - 26 May 2018

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communication media
campaign
narrative
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communication
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twenty-first century
visualization
twentieth century
Amplification
Cultural beliefs
Communication

Keywords

  • campaigns
  • competing narratives
  • cultural beliefs
  • information and communicaiton design

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