Millennials, Politics & Visual Communication

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Cooper, Rae
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2017
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There is a growing decline in political engagement amongst young Australian voters. Simultaneously, we have a growing number of digital platforms designed to assist voters in making choices, understanding their preferences and ultimately – who to vote for. This paper explores a shift in response to the issue of political apathy, through the design of a new online platform. By moving the focus from political science to visual communication design, this new concept aims to engage a contemporary understanding of design activism as a mechanism of political empowerment.

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CreateWorld 2017: Creativity on the Move - Conference Proceedings
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Creativity on the Move
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© 2017 Apple University Consortium (AUC). The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the conference's website for access to the definitive, published version.
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Cooper, R, Millennials, Politics & Visual Communication, 2017, Creativity on the Move