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100 entries most recently downloaded from the archive "Loughborough University Institutional Repository"
- The Future of Heuristic Fossils.Simon T. Downs & Claire Lerpiniere - 2018 - In C. Storni (ed.), Proceedings of the Design Research Society 2018 (DRS2018), Limerick, Republic of Ireland, 25th to 28th June 2018. Vol 4. Limerick: pp. 1567-1581.No categories
- The Girl and Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex: Feminine Becomings.Elspeth Mitchell - 2017 - Australian Feminist Studies 32 (93):259-275.This article traces the girl in The Second Sex (1949) as a necessary figure for understanding what it means to become woman. I argue that Simone de Beauvoir’s overall significance and philosophical contribution is intimately connected to what she discovered by asking about this moment of feminine becoming. My central contention is that we cannot understand how one ‘becomes’ woman without first/also undertaking the task of understanding the situation of the girl. Drawing on the new translation of The Second Sex (...)No categories
- Land Use Planning, Supermarkets and Reciprocated Ideologies: The Construction and Mediation of Articulated Discourses 1979-1999.Michael T. Casselden - 2001 - Dissertation, Loughborough UniversityA Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy of Loughborough University.No categories
- Ethics of Play in Earpiece Performances by Nature Theater of Oklahoma and Gob Squad.Dalmasso Frederic - 2017 - Performance Philosophy 3 (1):233-245.No categories
- Moving KM to the Next Generation: The Contribution of Critical Systems Thinking.Simatwo Sharon, Ragsdell Gillian & Jackson Thomas - unknownNo categories
- Eastern Cultural Heritage, Digital Remediation and Global Perspectives.Bolewski Christin - unknownNo categories
- What Would Wittgenstein Say About Social Media?Brooker Phil, Dutton William & Greiffenhagen Christian - unknownThis paper is closed access until it is published.No categories
- Lefebvre, Henri.Vradis Antonis - unknownThis is an entry from the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory. This is the accepted version of the text, reproduced with the publisher's permission.No categories
- I Know This One, but the Answer is Complex???T. Downs Simon - unknownThis paper is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence. It was presented at the Design Research Society 50th Anniversary Conference.No categories
- Response to Stanley Cavell's The World Viewed.Paul Jenner - unknownNo categories
- Man, Nature and Technology??? Eastern Philosophy, Global Issues and Western Digital Visualisation Practice.Christin Bolewski - unknownNo categories
- Material and Efficient Cause Interpretations of the Formative Model: Resolving Misunderstandings and Clarifying Conceptual Language.John W. Cadogan, Nick Lee & Laura Chamberlain - unknownNo categories
- Beyond Scoring: Facilitating Enhanced Evaluation of the Design Quality of NHS Healthcare Buildings.Derek S. Thomson, Dennis J. O'Keeffe & Andrew R. J. Dainty - unknownNo categories
- Research and Practice: A Critical Reflection on Approaches That Underpin Research Into People's Information Behaviour.Mark Hepworth, Philipp Grunewald & Geoffrey L. Walton - unknown
- Is Replication Important for HCI?Christian Greiffenhagen & Stuart Reeves - unknown
- Linguistic Relativism: Logic, Grammar, and Arithmetic in Cultural Comparison.Christian Greiffenhagen & Wes Sharrock - unknownNo categories