This Case is about GOVERNMENT
PUBLICATION DATE: November 15, 2012 PRODUCT #: BH497-HCB-ENG
While stories are told by pictures, in case of animations, pictures are also told by stories. A theory of cartooning indicates that animations represent public opinion toward problems. As such, animations are a helpful manner of monitoring and estimating public opinion with time. This informative article uses a historical animation investigation to monitor public opinion toward issues. Especially, it evaluates what they described subsequent to and what animations revealed prior to the economic crash of 2008. The criteria of story, location, binary fight back, and normative transfer were used as a framework to scrutinize 258 cartoons.