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Participatory Design Theory : Using Technology and Social Media to Foster Civic Engagement.

Author: Oswald Devisch; Liesbeth Huybrechts; Roel De Ridder
Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018.
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In recent years, many countries all over Europe have witnessed a demand for a more direct form of democracy, ranging from improved clarity of information to being directly involved in decision-making procedures. Increasingly, governments are putting citizen participation at the centre of their policy objectives, striving for more transparency, to engage and empower local individuals and communities to collaborate on  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Devisch, Oswald.
Participatory Design Theory : Using Technology and Social Media to Foster Civic Engagement.
Milton : Routledge, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Oswald Devisch; Liesbeth Huybrechts; Roel De Ridder
ISBN: 9781351615754 1351615750 9781351615747 1351615742 9781351615730 1351615734 9781315110332 1315110334
OCLC Number: 1057697036
Description: 1 online resource (285 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on contributors; Introduction; PART I To diversify; 1 Valuating narrative accounts in participatory planning processes: a case of co-creative storytelling in Antwerp, Belgium; 2 Using a complex sound world for a participative dismantling and redefinition of the collective appropriation of industrial landscapes; 3 Reflections on the counter-mapping of urban 'arrival neighborhoods' through Geoweb 2.0 in Brussels and Ghent 4 Data-driven design for civic participation: introducing digital methods for on-going civic engagement for design in public space5 Design initiatives in public spaces: eight interpretative lenses; PART II To co-produce; 6 Sharing authorship and measuring influence in architectural training in neighbourhood communities; 7 Digitally networked action: developing self-organisation in 'weak-tie' residential communities through a 'Facebook group'; 8 Communal garden and the liminal city; 9 BIMBY: modeling, civic empowerment and the invention of a new profession; PART III To interrupt 10 Design, technology and social innovation: the serious game of TrafficO211 Daredevil or socializer? Exploring the relations between intrinsic motivation, game experience and player types in serious games with environmental narratives; 12 Fabricăm: participatory urban interventions in a post-communist context; 13 Rethinking the designer's role in the collective re-imagination of societies: a necessary reinterpretation of design for social innovation; PART IV To document; 14 Participation within and beyond museums with the help of digital technologies 15 (Challenges and opportunities of) documentation practices of self-organised urban initiatives16 Documentation games: a comparison between three games to support participatory design teams to document their design process; Index

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In recent years, many countries all over Europe have witnessed a demand for a more direct form of democracy, ranging from improved clarity of information to being directly involved in decision-making procedures. Increasingly, governments are putting citizen participation at the centre of their policy objectives, striving for more transparency, to engage and empower local individuals and communities to collaborate on public projects and to encourage self-organization. This book explores the role of participatory design in keeping these participatory processes public. It addresses four specific lines of enquiry: how can the use and/or development of technologies and social media help to diversify, to coproduce, to interrupt and to document democratic design experiments? Aimed at researchers and academics in the fields of urban planning and participatory design, this book includes contributions from a range of experts across Europe including the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Denmark, Austria, Spain, France, Romania, Hungary and Finland.

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