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Discovering cultural influences during the 'scripting' of products. / Strickfaden, Megan; Rodgers, Paul A.

Proceedings of ICED 03, the 14th International Conference on Engineering Design. ed. / Anders Folkeson; Margareta Norell; Ulf Sellgren; Klas Gralen. Design Society, 2003. p. 653-654 (Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED; Vol. DS 31).

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Strickfaden, M & Rodgers, PA 2003, Discovering cultural influences during the 'scripting' of products. in A Folkeson, M Norell, U Sellgren & K Gralen (eds), Proceedings of ICED 03, the 14th International Conference on Engineering Design. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED, vol. DS 31, Design Society, pp. 653-654, 14th International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED 2003, Stockholm, Sweden, 19/08/03. <https://www.designsociety.org/publication/23993/DISCOVERING+CULTURAL+INFLUENCES+DURING+THE+%E2%80%98SCRIPTING%E2%80%99+OF+PRODUCTS>

APA

Strickfaden, M., & Rodgers, P. A. (2003). Discovering cultural influences during the 'scripting' of products. In A. Folkeson, M. Norell, U. Sellgren, & K. Gralen (Eds.), Proceedings of ICED 03, the 14th International Conference on Engineering Design (pp. 653-654). (Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED; Vol. DS 31). Design Society. https://www.designsociety.org/publication/23993/DISCOVERING+CULTURAL+INFLUENCES+DURING+THE+%E2%80%98SCRIPTING%E2%80%99+OF+PRODUCTS

Vancouver

Strickfaden M, Rodgers PA. Discovering cultural influences during the 'scripting' of products. In Folkeson A, Norell M, Sellgren U, Gralen K, editors, Proceedings of ICED 03, the 14th International Conference on Engineering Design. Design Society. 2003. p. 653-654. (Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED).

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Strickfaden, Megan ; Rodgers, Paul A. / Discovering cultural influences during the 'scripting' of products. Proceedings of ICED 03, the 14th International Conference on Engineering Design. editor / Anders Folkeson ; Margareta Norell ; Ulf Sellgren ; Klas Gralen. Design Society, 2003. pp. 653-654 (Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED).

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