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Cartographic propaganda is a map created with the goal of achieving a result similar to traditional propaganda. The map can be outright falsified, or created using subjectivity with the goal of persuasion. The idea that maps are subjective is not new; cartographers refer to maps as a human-subjective product and some view cartography as an "industry, which packages and markets spatial knowledge" or as a communicative device distorted by human subjectivity. However, cartographic propaganda is widely successful because maps are often presented as a miniature model of reality, and it is a rare occurrence that a map is referred to as a distorted model, which sometimes can "lie" and contain items that are completely different from reality. Because the word propaganda has become a pejorative, it

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  • Propaganda cartográfica
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  • Cartographic propaganda is a map created with the goal of achieving a result similar to traditional propaganda. The map can be outright falsified, or created using subjectivity with the goal of persuasion. The idea that maps are subjective is not new; cartographers refer to maps as a human-subjective product and some view cartography as an "industry, which packages and markets spatial knowledge" or as a communicative device distorted by human subjectivity. However, cartographic propaganda is widely successful because maps are often presented as a miniature model of reality, and it is a rare occurrence that a map is referred to as a distorted model, which sometimes can "lie" and contain items that are completely different from reality. Because the word propaganda has become a pejorative, it
  • Propaganda cartográfica é a propaganda que usa mapas com o objetivo de transmitir ou reforçar uma ideia baseada na representação cartográfica de um território. Tais mapas podem ser falsificados, ou criados de modo a usar a subjetividade na sua interpretação de modo a serem persuasivos. A ideia de que os mapas são subjetivos é antiga. Os cartógrafos referem-se aos mapas como produto subjetivo, e alguns deles consideram a cartografia como uma "indústria que comercializa conhecimento espacial" ou como um meio de comunicação distorcido pela subjetividade humana. A propaganda cartográfica, todavia, é geralmente bem-sucedida porque os mapas são frequentemente apresentados como um modelo em miniatura da realidade, e é raro que um mapa seja percebido como tal. Uma vez que o termo "propaganda" tem
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