Design anthropology in context : an introduction to design materiality and collaborative thinking / Adam Drazin.  (Text) (Text)

Drazin, Adam
Call no.: NK1520 .D73 2021Publication: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2021Description: xiv, 255 p. : illISBN: 9781138917996 (pbk.); 1138917990 (pbk.); 9781138917989 (hbk.); 1138917982 (hbk.)Subject(s): Design -- Anthropological aspectsDesign -- Human factorsLOC classification: NK1520 | .D73 2021
Contents:Introduction: Design and human lives -- Part 1. Why, What and How? -- Why should anthropology and design engage? -- What is design culture? -- What is design materiality? -- How do design anthropologists work? -- Part 2. Heuristic Ways of Knowing -- Contexts -- Value -- Futures -- Archaeologies of the future -- Epilogue.
Summary: "This book explores the broad territory of design anthropology, covering key approaches, ways of working and areas of debate and tension. It understands design as fundamentally human-centred and argues for a design anthropology based primarily on collaboration and communication. Adam Drazin suggests the most important collaborative knowledges which design anthropology develops are heuristic, emerging as engagements between fieldwork sites and design studios. The chapters draw on material culture literature and include a wide range of examples of different projects and outputs. Highlighting the importance of design as a topic in the study of contemporary culture, this is valuable reading for students and scholars of anthropology and design as well as practitioners"
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Design and human lives -- Part 1. Why, What and How? -- Why should anthropology and design engage? -- What is design culture? -- What is design materiality? -- How do design anthropologists work? -- Part 2. Heuristic Ways of Knowing -- Contexts -- Value -- Futures -- Archaeologies of the future -- Epilogue.

"This book explores the broad territory of design anthropology, covering key approaches, ways of working and areas of debate and tension. It understands design as fundamentally human-centred and argues for a design anthropology based primarily on collaboration and communication. Adam Drazin suggests the most important collaborative knowledges which design anthropology develops are heuristic, emerging as engagements between fieldwork sites and design studios. The chapters draw on material culture literature and include a wide range of examples of different projects and outputs. Highlighting the importance of design as a topic in the study of contemporary culture, this is valuable reading for students and scholars of anthropology and design as well as practitioners"

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