This is a photo of a train conductor with the text "Can I see your ticket, please" and the effect of smashed glass as if she has been punched in the face.

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Anti-aggression campaign Belgian train company

Background Information
This is a photo of a train conductor with the text "Can I see your ticket, please" and the effect of smashed glass. It is part of a number of similar photos used in a campaign against aggression towards train staff ran by the Belgian train company NMBS / SNCB. It's a powerful image that draws attention. There was a limited amount of interactive versions where you could touch the screen and stop aggression (the broken glass effect disappeared as if it was healed).
Technique Used
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This is propaganda because
It appeals to emotion and is a call to action against violence and aggression. I think it is beneficial, as it draws attention to a good cause, but it also might only "preach to the converted".
Source
https://www.belgiantrain.be/nl/about-sncb/news/press-releases/2018/12-11-2018

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