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|Title:||Marital status across the world|
The poster has a multidimensional diagram that represents material status across the world using radar graphs. Each graph has 5 points to represent age ranges from 15 to 65 +. The different sizes of pentagons represent population percentages. Furthermore, the different colored graphs represent male or female and if they are single or married. In addition, the single data also includes divorced and widowed people. This was done to simplify the data. As a result, the data shows the differences between countries and their marital status. The viewer sees how more people are married in Asia then in the United States. Additionally, female teenagers in India have a higher percentage of being married then teenagers in the United the States. In conclusion, the data shows how culture and location effects differences in marital status and creates curiosity into what factors effect why it is different.
|Rights Information:||Copyright 2018 Andrea, Worthington|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2019-02-05|