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How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects

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How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects. / Hansen, Nicolai Brodersen; Dindler, Christian; Halskov, Kim; Iversen, Ole Sejer; Bossen, Claus; Basballe, Ditte Amund; Schouten, Ben.

OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings. 2019.

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Hansen, NB, Dindler, C, Halskov, K, Iversen, OS, Bossen, C, Basballe, DA & Schouten, B 2019, How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects. i OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings. AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION , Fremantle, Australien, 03/12/2019.

APA

Hansen, N. B., Dindler, C., Halskov, K., Iversen, O. S., Bossen, C., Basballe, D. A., & Schouten, B. (2019). How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects. I OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings

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Hansen NB, Dindler C, Halskov K, Iversen OS, Bossen C, Basballe DA, Schouten B. 2019. How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects. I OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings.

MLA

Hansen, Nicolai Brodersen o.a.. "How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects". OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings. 2019.

Vancouver

Hansen NB, Dindler C, Halskov K, Iversen OS, Bossen C, Basballe DA o.a. How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects. I OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings. 2019

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Hansen, Nicolai Brodersen ; Dindler, Christian ; Halskov, Kim ; Iversen, Ole Sejer ; Bossen, Claus ; Basballe, Ditte Amund ; Schouten, Ben. / How Participatory Design Works: Mechanisms and Effects. OzCHI: Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction Proccedings. 2019.

Bibtex

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