This paper offers an account of ongoing research into hearing. I offer a characterization of 'skil- led practitioners' from an Ethnomethodological perspective. The skilled practitioner in question is a generic 'hard of hearing' person. The ambition is that such a characterization, both in its making and its final state, may be an intrinsic part of design practices concerning the development of hearing aids.
|Titel||Design Anthropology: Building Relations Between Designing and Using|
|Redaktører||Wendy Gunn, Jared Donavan|
|Status||Udgivet - 2012|