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Gender and Design - A gendered approach to erveryday design

The issue introduces design research, sheds light on internal debates and provides a critical examination of the topic of gender and design. Since design education and design industry in their current form usually reproduce hierarchical gender relations in neoliberal society, this issue presents alternatives and gender-related analyses and projects.

Editors: Uta Brandes, Sigrid Metz-Göckel

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