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Design Anthropology in Participatory Design

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Design Anthropology in Participatory Design. / Smith, Rachel Charlotte; Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev.

I: Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A, Bind 26, 12.2015, s. 73-80.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisLederForskningpeer review

Harvard

Smith, RC & Kjærsgaard, MG 2015, 'Design Anthropology in Participatory Design', Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A, bind 26, s. 73-80.

APA

Smith, R. C., & Kjærsgaard, M. G. (2015). Design Anthropology in Participatory Design. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A, 26, 73-80.

CBE

Smith RC, Kjærsgaard MG. 2015. Design Anthropology in Participatory Design. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A. 26:73-80.

MLA

Smith, Rachel Charlotte og Mette Gislev Kjærsgaard. "Design Anthropology in Participatory Design". Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A. 2015, 26. 73-80.

Vancouver

Smith RC, Kjærsgaard MG. Design Anthropology in Participatory Design. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A. 2015 dec;26:73-80.

Author

Smith, Rachel Charlotte ; Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev. / Design Anthropology in Participatory Design. I: Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal - IxD&A. 2015 ; Bind 26. s. 73-80.

Bibtex

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