Participation in the Design Process: A Cognitive Approach
This dialogue, related to me by a student, constitutes an instance of participation, although not a particularly satisfying one. In the context of design problems, there are in fact many opportunities for participation, ranging from public hearings to meetings with governing boards, both public and private. Sad to say, such participatory sessions are characteristically of limited value and, at times, even counterproductive.
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