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Published: 20 October 2008
...Afterword “Design” and “Design Studio” in Anthropology Tobias Rees he presentation of knowledge or thoughts in books or scholarly ar- T ticles is often conclusive, the “finished” result of...
Published: 09 March 2018
... I Design for the Real World But Which “World”? What “Design”? What “Real”? Out of the Studio 1 and into the Flow of Socionatural Life Design is...
Published: 12 October 2005
... 5 Feminism-by-Design Just two blocks from Vitosha Street in downtown Soﬁa are the o≈ces and information center of one of the premier women’s ngos in Bulgaria. The building itself is rather humble; the stairwell is dirty and worn. I...
Published: 21 June 2006
...Chapter Five deviant by design: race, degeneracy, and the science of penology Crime cannot be prevented or criminality eliminated from the social organism by waiting to cut oﬀ the criminal after the crime has been committed. The possible criminal...
Published: 12 April 2000
... 8 The Conceptualization of Nature: Nature as Design The controversies I find most interesting are the ones that are notable for the questions they raise rather than the solutions they produce. One can argue about...
Published: 21 August 2015
..., notably his discovery that the most effective critic is the one who is willing to be a servant, and the most effective servant is the one who is willing to be a critic. Epilogue Building Community by Design The signs and symbols of a united America that...
Published: 28 June 2011
... three Public Interactives and the Design of Technological Literacies Although there are many places where people can and do learn about new technologies—formally in schools and other educational...
Published: 16 August 2010
...6. hestiaEp Alfred Kühn’s Experimental Design for a Developmental Physiological Genetics, 1924–45 Historians of science have rightly praised the significant role in relating genetics to biochemistry played by Boris Ephrussi’s and George Beadle’s work on Drosophila...
Published: 19 October 2009
... one Design and the Knowledge Community In 13 August 2000 an anonymous author with the screen name ‘‘Starrion’’ posted a review of the 2000 Mercury Sable on the website Epinions.com.∞ Starrion told the following story: I was on Rt 24 headed...
Published: 16 November 2007
... 2 The Rhetoric and Design of Florentine Letter Writing When we communicate with others, we adopt recognizable styles or prac- tices of interaction. When we work with multiple possible meanings of an interaction or relationship, we employ recognizable tropes for signaling...
Published: 12 April 2006
...chapter 11 Rivers by Design Managing Rivers, Past and Present Over the years, rivers have had many political meanings and many economic uses. Only some of them are relevant to us now. The Missis- sippi and Sacramento rivers were vital highways to the interior, sources of great fortunes...
Published: 27 June 2005
... Institutional Design of a Thayerian Congress elizabeth garrett and adrian vermeule The U.S. Congress frequently deliberates upon and decides questions of constitutional interpretation, and many of its decisions are immune from subsequent judicial...
Published: 20 May 2002
... john law On Hidden Heterogeneities: Complexity, Formalism, and Aircraft Design You don’t have a map in your head, as a child. Later, you have the globe—the seas and the shapes—and you can’t ever get back to that emptiness, that mystery. Knowing that there are other places, but not...
Published: 24 August 2018
Published: 12 December 2007
...the protean notion of design itself, would carry a heavy burden. a heavy wouldof designnotion itself, carry the protean like school, infant Thearts. industrial Britain’s of salvation the later,as factures.” manu to arts the of “application the in designerswould-be instructing...
Published: 02 December 2009
... Appendix 1 Methodology and Research Design Our methodology centers on an “inter-institutional ethnography” (Burawoy et al. 2000) of indigenous development networks and their “situated cultural practices” (Ong 1999, 17). For this study, such a...
Published: 01 January 1992
... The Arabesque Design of Arthur Gordon Pym G. R. Thompson The devices of aesthetic fantasy may be conventional or otherwise. In the opinion ofJorge Luis Borges, the most ubiquitous devices of fantastic literature are...
Published: 01 January 1998
... of the Grand Design WHEN JAMES B. DUKE established the Duke Endowment late in 1924, he made an audacious bet that he could, with the help of his lawyers, establish a perpetual charitable trust, one that would last forever and continue to be useful. By 1994, when the Endowment turned...
Published: 01 January 2012
... 4§^ Introduction 64 Why Design? T h i n k i n g T h r o u g h W o r l d h i s T o ry 1 0 1 4^7&64 Primer, n.: a handbook of fundamental principles. Primer, n.: a flat coat: the first or preliminary layer of paint...