ISBN-10:
1847882366
ISBN-13:
9781847882363
Pub. Date:
06/15/2009
Publisher:
Berg Publishers
Design Studies: A Reader

Design Studies: A Reader

by Hazel Clark, David Brody

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ISBN-13: 9781847882363
Publisher: Berg Publishers
Publication date: 06/15/2009
Pages: 608
Sales rank: 1,236,159
Product dimensions: 9.54(w) x 7.26(h) x 1.36(d)

About the Author

Hazel Clark is Dean of the School of Art and Design History and Theory and David Brody is Assistant Professor of Design Studies, both at Parsons the New School for Design, New York.

Table of Contents

* Annotated Guide to Further Reading * SECTION V: LABOR, INDUSTRIALIZATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGY * Section Introduction * V.1: LABOR AND THE PRODUCTION OF DESIGN * Part Introduction * 50. John Styles, Manufacturing Consumption and Design * 51. Paul du Gay, et al, The Sony Walkman * 52. Stuart Walker, Integration of Scale * V.2: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND POST INDUSTRIALIZATION * Part Introduction * 53. David Brett, Drawing and the Ideology of Industrialization * 54. Margaret Crawford, The 'New' Company Town * 55. Frederick Winslow Taylor, The Principles of Scientific Management * 56. Abraham Moles, Design and Immateriality * V.3: NEW DESIGN AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES * Part Introduction * 57. Bradley Quinn, Hussein Chalayan, Fashion and Technology * 58. Donald Norman, What's Wrong with the PC? * 59. Vicente Rafael, The Cell Phone and the Crowd * 60. Theodor Adorno, Do Not Knock * Annotated Guide to Further Reading * SECTION VI: DESIGN AND GLOBAL ISSUES * Section Introduction * VI.1: GLOBALIZATION * Part Introduction * 61. Arjun Appadurai, Modernity at Large * 62. Hugh Aldersey-Williams, Globalism, Nationalism, and Design * 63. Guy Julier, Responses to Globalisation * VI.2: EQUALITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE * Part Introduction * 64. Kate Stohr, Self-Help and Sites-and Services Programs * 65. John Hockenberry, The Re-Education of Michael Graves * 66. Ezio Manzini, A Cosmopolitan Localism * 67. Earl Tai, Design Justice * VI.3: SUSTAINABILITY * Part Introduction * 68. William McDonough and Michael Braungart

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edu723 More than 1 year ago
well I bought it because I had to. One of the editors is a teacher and he makes it mandatory. If you buy it retail its 85 dollars, I found it online for about 20... I still feel cheated. Funny how pride on the cover is "edited by"... well these editors did a fine job of making run-on-and-on-and-on sentences and crunched words so close in some spots that whole sentences become a single word... truly shameful. DO NOTE: there are NO colors, most texts are dense as the book is thick (over 500 pages), introductions are long enough to be topics on their own... etc. It does inform on certain subjects... that you would find online anyways.