Ian Muehlenhaus

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Maps are often used for persuasive purposes. Yet little is known about whether or not different persuasive map producers use similar cartographic techniques or about how such techniques have evolved through time. This article explores the genealogy of persuasive map design by analyzing 256 such maps published since 1800. Quantitative content analysis is(More)
This article explores how persuasive maps are manifesting themselves in the online world. It compares and contrasts online persuasive geocommunications with their paper map ancestors. Several social issues stemming from anyone's ability to use online mapping tools to make persuasive maps and distribute them are discussed. It is argued that researchers are(More)
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