The scheme of research: forming to function/ functioning to form

Marlene Ivey, Jacque Girard (Editor), David Pijawka (Editor), Tamara Shipley (Editor)

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherArizona State University
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

    Keywords

    • Design research

    Cite this

    Ivey, M. (Author), Girard, J. (Ed.) (Editor), Pijawka, D. (Ed.) (Editor), & Shipley, T. (Ed.) (Editor). (2005). The scheme of research: forming to function/ functioning to form. Digital or Visual Products, Arizona State University. Retrieved from http://library.dundee.ac.uk/F/?func=direct&local_base=DUN01&doc_number=000638425
    Ivey, Marlene (Author) ; Girard, Jacque (Editor) ; Pijawka, David (Editor) ; Shipley, Tamara (Editor). / The scheme of research: forming to function/ functioning to form. [Digital or Visual Products].
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    Ivey, M, Girard, J (ed.), Pijawka, D (ed.) & Shipley, T (ed.), The scheme of research: forming to function/ functioning to form, 2005, Digital or Visual Products, Arizona State University.
    The scheme of research: forming to function/ functioning to form. Ivey, Marlene (Author); Girard, Jacque (Editor); Pijawka, David (Editor); Shipley, Tamara (Editor). 2005. Arizona State University.

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    Ivey M (Author), Girard J, (ed.) (Editor), Pijawka D, (ed.) (Editor), Shipley T, (ed.) (Editor). The scheme of research: forming to function/ functioning to form Arizona State University. 2005.