• Political Science
  • Published 2007

Interpreting Cultural Artifacts

@inproceedings{Xin2007InterpretingCA,
  title={Interpreting Cultural Artifacts},
  author={Xiangyang Xin and Jonathan Cagan and Craig Vogel},
  year={2007}
}
Interpreting Cultural Artifacts explores qualitative methods and tools for analyzing traditional Chinese artifacts and the complex cultural background behind them. The goal is to develop structuralized and systematic methods for understanding traditional artifacts, which may become inspirations for contemporary product designs. ICA, Interpreting Cultural Artifacts, interprets artifacts at three levels: surface level of evident features, immediate reasoning, and the deep cultural influential… CONTINUE READING

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