Theory, Analysis and Effective Research Communication for Design
Poggenpohl, Sharon Helmer, Visible Language
Research in Communication Design, part 2, departs from the usual reporting of research to dig deeper into issues of importance to research and its development by design. The need for a change in relationship between education, practice and research is discussed along with the practical need for better research dissemination. Theory, method and tool are discussed as possible frames for research activity. The articles in this special issue are introduced in terms of theory, post analysis and conceptual development in relation to research. The issue concludes with a practical argument for the need for research.
CONNECTING EDUCATION AND PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCH
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Publication information: Article title: Theory, Analysis and Effective Research Communication for Design. Contributors: Poggenpohl, Sharon Helmer - Author. Journal title: Visible Language. Volume: 37. Issue: 1 Publication date: January 1, 2003. Page number: 5. © Visible Language 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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