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  • Geoparsing, GIS and textual analysis:current developments in spatial humanities research

    Gregory, Ian; Donaldson, Chris; Murrieta-Flores, Patricia; Rayson, Paul (2015)

    Creative differences:the performativity of gender in the digital media sector

    Proctor-Thomson, Sarah (2009)
    The digital media sector is a site for competing claims about women’s equality in employment. On the one hand, commentators have claimed that the digital media sector is exemplary as an open and egalitarian domain for all workers, including women. On the other hand, feminist researchers have identified persistent inequalities in the quality and quantity of women’s participation in this sector. I use this apparent paradox as a starting point to develop an analysis of the performativity of gend...

    Joining forces:investigating the influence of design for behavior change on sustainable innovation

    Niedderer, Kristina; MacKrill, J; Clune, Stephen John; Evans, Martyn; Lockton, D; Ludden, G; Morris, A; Gutteridge, R; Gardiner, A; Cain, R (2014)
    Design is a significant driver of behaviour change, enabling, encouraging or discouraging particular practices from taking place. Despite design’s clear influence on behaviours, no overarching framework exists for the effective implementation of Design for Behaviour Change (DfBC) in professional and public contexts. This paper takes a first step to synthesizing current models and approaches of DfBC, covering the thematics of ecological sustainability, safety, health and well-being, and social...
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