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Encouraging the Use of Masks During Pandemics: What posters said.docx

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posted on 2023-03-08, 15:26 authored by Seiji SuzukiSeiji Suzuki

This study examines the characteristics of posters that were produced and circulated during the past and present pandemics in order to promote the use of masks among the population. Posters from Japan, the UK and the USA are compared chronologically and contemporaneously. 




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Shizuoka University

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