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Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses

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Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses. / Sas, Corina; Umair, Muhammad; Hamza Latif, Muhammad.

2018. Paper presented at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

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Sas, C, Umair, M & Hamza Latif, M 2018, 'Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses', Paper presented at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 9/06/18 - 13/06/18.

APA

Sas, C., Umair, M., & Hamza Latif, M. (2018). Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses. Paper presented at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Vancouver

Sas C, Umair M, Hamza Latif M. Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses. 2018. Paper presented at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

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Sas, Corina ; Umair, Muhammad ; Hamza Latif, Muhammad. / Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses. Paper presented at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.5 p.

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