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Workplace Design: A New Managerial Imperative
The nature of work is changing: it is more global more team-based, and increasingly dependent on information technology. Academic researchers have examined the effect of these changes uponExpand
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The ethics of working with wicked urban waste problems: The case of Singapore’s Semakau Landfill
  • J. Chan
  • Political Science
  • 1 October 2016
Despite alarming predictions that global waste will nearly double to 2.2 billion annual tonnes by 2025, and despite the recognition that waste consumes space, the wicked problem of waste as well asExpand
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Sharing Space: Urban Sharing, Sharing a Living Space, and Shared Social Spaces
Although sharing city is by definition a “place-based” approach to understand sharing activities, and despite the fact that spatial proximity and configuration can affect the formation of sharingExpand
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ID1 Is Critical for Tumorigenesis and Regulates Chemoresistance in Glioblastoma.
Glioblastoma is the most common primary brain tumor in adults. While the introduction of temozolomide chemotherapy has increased long-term survivorship, treatment failure and rapid tumor recurrenceExpand
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Design ethics: Reflecting on the ethical dimensions of technology, sustainability, and responsibility in the Anthropocene
Ethics is integral to design in many ways. But design ethics has remained under-developed despite an increasing relevance in the Anthropocene, when many novel ethical issues and problems areExpand
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Environmental justice and flood prevention: The moral cost of floodwater redistribution
Abstract Flood prevention is a predominant practice in flood hazard mitigation. Governments around the world have been striving to protect important urban centers from flooding at all cost. OftenExpand
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Moral Agency in Architecture? The Dialectics of Spatializing Morality and Moralizing Space
What does moral agency mean in architecture? This question should pique every science and technology studies (STS) scholar and architectural theorist. Not only do architects espouse some kind ofExpand
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Space-Sharing Practices in the City