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August 28 2013

The Middle East, explained in one (sort of terrifying) chart Après le petit texte (posté deux fois…

The Middle East, explained in one (sort of terrifying) chart

Après le petit texte (posté deux fois sur seenthis) expliquant que oui, le Proche-Orient c’est compliqué, voici le graphique qui explique aussi que, oui, le Proche-Orient c’est compliqué.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/08/26/the-middle-east-explained-in-one-sort-of-terrifying-chart

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/files/2013/08/BSm0bOBCYAAAph6.jpg

What could be simpler than the Middle East? A well-known Egyptian blogger who writes under the pseudonym The Big Pharaoh put together this chart laying out the region’s rivalries and alliances. He’s kindly granted me permission to post it, so that Americans might better understand the region. The joke is that it’s not a joke; this is actually pretty accurate.

#proche-orient #visualisation #graphique #infographie #cartographie

De l'effet des cartes et des graphiques sur l'opinion Infographics could change your political…

De l’effet des cartes et des graphiques sur l’opinion

Infographics could change your political views – VisualJournalism

http://visualjournalism.com/infographics-could-change-your-political-views/2011/09/24

Infographics could change your political views

http://visualjournalism.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/insurgentattacks.jpg

WHAT IS IT that we’re really lacking when we want to introduce infographics into new areas of communication … ? Yes, we need some evidence that the infographics are really working.

Therefore it’s a very welcome paper, that has been released by assistant professor at Dartmouth College Brendan Nyhan, and assistant professor at Georgia State University Jason Reifler, titled ‘Opening The Political Mind?’

L’article est téléchargeable là :

Opening the Political Mind ?
The effects of self-affirmation and graphical information
on factual misperceptions

Brendan Nyhan (Dartmouth College) et Jason Reifler (Georgia State University)

Septembre 2011

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~nyhan/opening-political-mind.pdf

#visualisation #perception #représentation #cartographie #Graphique #infographie

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