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Feminist Tendencies, Tensions, and Co-Design Practice

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posted on 07.03.2022, 04:58 by HANNAH KATHERINE KORSMEYER
As use of co-design methods increase in the public sector, practitioners operate at a nexus of complex social issues, such as gender equity. Contributing to recent discourses that interrogate how designers enact methods, this study investigates how a personal feminist perspective both shapes and is shaped by engaging in co-design. Drawing inspiration from Sara Ahmed, the study focuses on ‘the background’ of co-design and explores practitioner experiences through design research praxis narratives (DRPNs). These narratives illustrate how practitioners negotiate everyday norms that perpetuate inequity. Rather than outlining what practitioners should be doing, this phenomenological study explores how feminist co-design practice unfolds.

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Campus location

Australia

Principal supervisor

Lisa Grocott

Additional supervisor 1

Ricardo Sosa

Year of Award

2022

Department, School or Centre

Design

Course

Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type

DOCTORATE

Faculty

Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture

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