Culture and multiple logics when designing: understanding, navigating and influencing multiple worldviews as part of service design
This panel session aims to discuss the meaning, manifestations and interrelations of culture and institutional logics. Both are relevant concepts in contemporary service design research, and we are interested in exploring the different understanding people hold of these concepts. As part of this we will investigate the current strategies used to understand them, navigate across them and possibly influence them while designing. We also want to use this panel to reflect on how we can develop this understanding in the future research, practice and teaching.
Chaired by Daniela Sangiorgi and Simon Clatworthy
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