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Designing for Cultural Diversity : Participatory Design , Immigrant Women and Shared Creativity

@inproceedings{Mumtaz2010DesigningFC,
  title={Designing for Cultural Diversity : Participatory Design , Immigrant Women and Shared Creativity},
  author={Naureen Mumtaz},
  year={2010}
}
Immigration and multiculturalism are realities of the globalized world that has given rise to subcultures, which possess specialized knowledge and language that is not shared by the main culture. This increasing interaction among people from diverse cultures has produced a complex ethno-cultural mosaic that presents formidable challenges for visual communication designers’ as well to other designers. Complexity has always been part of human environments that comprises of mutually dependent… Expand

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