IDEOLOGY IN DESIGN, PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION
Consumer Culture, Technology and Sustainable Design (ARCH 6001)
- Seminar Presentation and Paper
- Group grand challenge
just need to do Part 1 of Assignment 2!
Part 1 of Assignment 2 is a group presentation. Our group presentation topic is week 5 topic:
Week 5: Ideology in Design, Production and Consumption
Questions: Is design necessarily ‘ideological’ in the life-changing promise it holds out to consumers? Is the possession or use of any designed product thus always understood by the consumer in ideological terms?
Reading: Crocker, R 2016 ‘Chapter 3: Vision and Ideology in Design and Consumption’ in Somebody Else’s Problem: Consumerism, Sustainability and Design, Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield, UK.
- Evans, T 1988, ‘Folklore as Utopia: English Medievalists and the Idea of Revivalism’,Western Folklore, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 245-68.
- Harvey, C., Press, J. and Maclean, M 2011, ‘William Morris, Cultural Leadership and the Dynamics of Taste’,Business History Review,vol. 85, pp. 245-71.
- Delveaux, M 2005, ‘”O me! O me! How I love the earth”: William Morris’s News from Nowhere and the birth of sustainable society’,Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, social and restorative justice,vol. 8, no. 2, pp.131-146.
- Schembri, S, Merrilees, W, Kristiansen, S 2010, ‘Brand Consumption and Narrative of the Self’Psychology and Marketing, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 623–38.
As you can see the highlight reading. That is my part, so you don’t need to reading other readings. Just need to read No.4 reading (Schembri, S, Merrilees, W, Kristiansen, S 2010, ‘Brand Consumption and Narrative of the Self’ Psychology and Marketing, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 623–38.)
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