Artistic Representations of Data can Help Bridge the US Political Divide over Climate Change

URL: http://www.nature.com/articles/s43247-023-00856-9

Combining (1) priming for self-reflection and (2) artistic visualizations instead of graphs may mitigate political divisions in viewers perceived relevance of climate change


Using controlled experiments with two national samples of U.S. adults (671 respondents in all), this study found that, when used to prompt individual reflection, artistic visualizations appeared to mitigate the political division in viewers' perceived relevance of climate change that could otherwise be exacerbated by exposure to data graphs.

Topics: Environment:, Climate change mitigation
Location: US
Resource Type: strategies and interventions, consumer research
Publisher: Nature
Date Last Updated: 2024-01-15 12:38:35

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