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Student work: Discrimi-Nation

by Chris Norris (Ravensbourne,London)

YouGov conducted a nationwide survey measuring public opinion on the severity of discrimination faced by different groups in British society. The survey listed the different groups and subsequently asked the public whether they felt each specific group faced a lot, some, a little, or no discrimination on a daily basis.

With this data Chris created a visualisation that highlights the levels of discrimination amongst a nation where, in theory, all groups should be considered equal. Discrimination is an attack against identity and Chris chose to visually translate this combining photography and the quantitative data communicated through form.

Dataset: YouGov:

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Posted in Articles
April 12, 2015
350 words & 1 image

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