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Political Cartographic Manipulations

Did you miss the 2010 GIS Career & Networking Fair? If so, you missed a great presentation titled "Persuasive Maps" by University of Minnesota Ph.D. graduate Ian Muehlenhaus.

But not to worry, thanks to the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, you can read his dissertation online: Lost in visualization: using quantitative content analysis to identify, measure, and categorize political cartographic manipulations

Be sure to check out Chapter Seven of the dissertation for great reading on different categories of Political Cartographic Manipulations...

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