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Participatory citizens and hybrid cities: imagining green spaces in Manchester's Northern Quarter

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Participatory citizens and hybrid cities : imagining green spaces in Manchester's Northern Quarter. / Taylor, Rebecca; Stead, Michael; Dunn, Nick; Boyko, Christopher.

2014. Poster session presented at The UrbanIXD Symposium, Venice, Italy.

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Taylor R, Stead M, Dunn N, Boyko C. Participatory citizens and hybrid cities: imagining green spaces in Manchester's Northern Quarter. 2014. Poster session presented at The UrbanIXD Symposium, Venice, Italy.

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title = "Participatory citizens and hybrid cities: imagining green spaces in Manchester's Northern Quarter",
abstract = "This paper presents an innovative community project through the notion of research through design. With Manchester as our hybrid city backdrop, we lookspecifically at community greening groups in the Northern Quarter (NQ). Thirty-four participants attended 12 conversations that asked: how do you respond to a greening challenge with the digital communication and technology you carry with you? Through the use of IDEO and D:School{\textquoteright}s Empathy Map we reveal conversational themes that will inform a design challenge.",
keywords = "City, Data, Future, Interactions, Hybrid Cities, urban green spaces, Values-led, Participatory Design, Digital communication, Sustainable Futures",
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note = "Taylor, R. & Stead, M. (2014) Participatory Citizens & Hybrid Cities: Imagining Green Spaces in Manchester's Northern Quarter. The UrbanIXD Symposium. Poster & Abstract. ; The UrbanIXD Symposium ; Conference date: 25-09-2014 Through 26-09-2014",
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language = "English",

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AU - Stead, Michael

AU - Dunn, Nick

AU - Boyko, Christopher

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KW - Data

KW - Future

KW - Interactions

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KW - urban green spaces

KW - Values-led

KW - Participatory Design

KW - Digital communication

KW - Sustainable Futures

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