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Abstract

Purpose of the study: The article presents ongoing research that experiments the use of technological innovations in public administration. The hypothesis is that technologies can promote mobilization through immersion in virtual reality.


Methodology: The technologies chosen were the videos produced in 360-degree cameras and virtual reality glasses, to bring public policymakers closer to the realities that such policies will address.


Main Findings: This paper presents the theoretical basis, techniques and methodologies used to achieve the objectives and the current state of research, allowing new suggestions from academic and scientific peers to contribute to the improvement of this work.


Implications: This study was based on UN (United Nations) experiences in trying to raise funds for Syrian refugee camps in Jordan.

Keywords

novation in Public Administration Virtual Reality 360-degree Videos Immersion Empathy

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Lemes Costa Júnior, H., & Almeida Amaral, L. (2020). IMMERSION FOR MOBILIZATION: USE OF 360-DEGREE VIDEOS AND VIRTUAL REALITY IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. International Journal of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurial Research, 6(1), 32-38. https://doi.org/10.18510/ijmier.2020.615

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