Cooper, Rachel (2005) Ethics and Aesthetics: What Constitutes Socially Responsible Design?. Design Management Institute, 16 (3). pp. 10-18.
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|Item Type: ||Article|
|Journal or Publication Title: ||Design Management Institute|
|Additional Information: ||Invited keynote paper for the special issue on Socially Responsible Design. This paper draws on over eight years of funded research including Design against Crime (Design Council/Home Office/EU) and Design in Government Departments (Design Council), to build up a model for socially responsible design. A theoretical connection between corporate social responsibility and design is made and research exemplars used to argue the case for design to take a leading role in social responsibility. It is a basis for a five-volume book series (Editor: Cooper) published by Ashgate (Design for Inclusivity, Coleman et al 2007; Design for Sustainability, Bhamra et al 2007; Design for Health, Rust, 2007; Un-attainable Utopias, Wood, 2007; Design against Crime, Davey et al, 2008). The work and the paper contributed to keynote addresses: FutureDesignDays, Stockholm : Design Against Crime, November 2004, and the development of the Design against Crime Solutions Centre between Greater Manchester Police and Salford University, and funding for three EU FP6 projects. RAE_import_type : Journal article RAE_uoa_type : LICA|
|Subjects: ||N Fine Arts > NC Drawing Design Illustration|
|Departments: ||Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences > Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts|
|ID Code: ||4252|
|Deposited By: ||ep_importer|
|Deposited On: ||29 Feb 2008 11:18|
|Last Modified: ||05 Feb 2016 00:03|
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