Designing Cultures of Care

 
 
Bloomsbury Visual Arts (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 27. Dezember 2018
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  • 264 Seiten
 
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Designing Cultures of Care brings together an international selection of design researchers who, through a variety of design approaches, are exploring the ways in which design intersects with cultures of care.

Unique in its focus and disciplinary diversity, this edited collection develops an expanded discourse on the role and contribution of design to our broader social, cultural and material challenges. Based around a unifying critique of the proposition of care as a theoretical framework for undertaking design research in real world
contexts, each chapter presents a case study of design research in action.

This book aims to provide readers - both academics and practitioners - with insights into the possibilities and challenges of designing cultures of care. The disciplines represented in this collection include architecture, visual communication, participatory and social design, service design, critical and speculative design interventions and design ethnography. These case studies will provide real world insights that have relevance and value to design students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and to researchers at all levels within and outside of the academy.
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Großbritannien
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Laurene Vaughan is Professor of Design at RMIT University, Australia.
List of Illustrations
List of Contributors
Acknowledgements
Foreword

Chapter 1: Introduction
Laurene Vaughan

Chapter 2: Framing Contemporary Cultures of Care
Laurene Vaughan

Chapter 3: Out(fit)ting the City: Care and Contribution in Post-industrial Newcastle, Australia
Cathy Smith and SueAnne Ware

Chapter 4: Data Visualisation as a Practice of Care: The Accessible Communication of Sentencing Principles and Data
Brad Haylock

Chapter 5: "...But It's the Ability to Imagine Something that Is Completely Different": Systems of Care, Service Design, and Self-determination
Shana Agid

Chapter 6: Developing a Design Brief within 'Models of Care': The Bendigo Hospital Psychiatric Unit Redevelopment Project
Sarah Pink, Shanti Sumartojo and Laurene Vaughan

Chapter 7: Design for Appreciation: Diverse Communication Practices in Communities of Care, Ageing and the Built Environment
Rachel Clarke

Chapter 8: Demented City and Objects: Empathic Tools between Magic and Everyday Life
Niels Hendriks, Yanki Lee and Albert Tsang

Chapter 9: Cities of Homefullness: A Proposition
Neal Haslem, Keely Macarow, Guy Johnson, and Marcus Knutagård

Chapter 10: Design for the Margins: The Uses of Strategic Design for the Future Life of Parramatta Girls Home
Lily Hibberd

Chapter 11: Nurturing Forth: Designing Careful Futures in a Small Arctic City
Angeliki Dimaki-Adolfsen, Janike Kampevold Larsen, Andrew Morrison and Maria Bertheussen Skrydstrup

Chapter 12: The Artwork Remembers: Designing a Methodology for Community-based Urban Design
Charles Anderson, Chuan Khoo, Jordan Lacey and Ross McLeod

Chapter 13: Seek: Its New Meaning for Conscious Cities
Claire McAndrew and Itai Palti

Chapter 14: Concerning Relations in the City: Designing Relational Services in Sharing Economies
Cameron Tonkinwise

Chapter 15: Stories of Care: Co-designing a City Laboratory of Bio-cultural Dialogue
Noel Waite

Chapter 16: Performing Practices of Care
Mick Douglas and Laurene Vaughan

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