Visual Clichés: Clichés: Globe Pictures

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Globes again on your slides? And why not? A globe represents so much, and just adding a picture of a globe can scream “international!” Maybe, that’s the problem and the cliché? Would it be better to use something else as a visual rather than a globe? Now these questions have “maybe” written all over them, and you really cannot expect to get simple “yes” and “no” answers, as in “yes, you can still use a globe picture”, or “no, you cannot”. Even then, we can still discuss and find solutions for ourselves, not through direct answers, but through introspection.

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Clichés: Globe Pictures

Clichés: Globe Pictures

Tutorial Code: 09 13 03
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