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Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design

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Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design. / Ertner, Sara Marie; Kragelund, Anne-Mie; Malmborg, Lone.

Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference 2010: Participation :: the Challenge. ed. / Keld Bødker; Tone Bratteteig; Daria Loi; Toni Robertson. Association for Computing Machinery, 2010. p. 191-194.

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Harvard

Ertner, SM, Kragelund, A-M & Malmborg, L 2010, Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design. in K Bødker, T Bratteteig, D Loi & T Robertson (eds), Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference 2010: Participation :: the Challenge. Association for Computing Machinery, pp. 191-194. https://doi.org/10.1145/1900441.1900475

APA

Ertner, S. M., Kragelund, A-M., & Malmborg, L. (2010). Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design. In K. Bødker, T. Bratteteig, D. Loi, & T. Robertson (Eds.), Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference 2010: Participation :: the Challenge (pp. 191-194). Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/1900441.1900475

Vancouver

Ertner SM, Kragelund A-M, Malmborg L. Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design. In Bødker K, Bratteteig T, Loi D, Robertson T, editors, Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference 2010: Participation :: the Challenge. Association for Computing Machinery. 2010. p. 191-194 https://doi.org/10.1145/1900441.1900475

Author

Ertner, Sara Marie ; Kragelund, Anne-Mie ; Malmborg, Lone. / Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design. Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference 2010: Participation :: the Challenge. editor / Keld Bødker ; Tone Bratteteig ; Daria Loi ; Toni Robertson. Association for Computing Machinery, 2010. pp. 191-194

Bibtex

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abstract = "Participatory design has been defined as having 'user's democratic participation and empowerment at its core' (Correia and Yusop, 2008). The PD discourse has a strong moral and rhetorical claim by its emphasis on users' empowerment. This paper is a result of a student project, guided by a curiosity about how empowerment is enunciated in the PD field today. In a literature-review of academic papers from the proceedings of PDC 2008 we found that empowerment is enunciated in five different ways which can be translated into 5 categories: 1) Specific user groups 2) Direct democracy 3) The users' position 4) Researchers' practice 5) Reflexive practice. These categories exist conjointly in the literature and suggest that empowerment is not just a moral and politically correct design goal, but a challenged and complex activity.",
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