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Contents:

Opening Keynote

    1. R Emptiness – The Prime Image of Japanese Communication
      1. KENYA HARA

Original article

    1. R Session 1: The Way of Industry: IZABEL BARROS, Curator: Hyper-skilling: The Collaborative Ethnographer
      1. WILLIAM REESE
        WIBKE FLEISCHER
        HIDESHI HAMAGUCHI
    2. R Back to the Future of Ethnography: Internal User Research at a Consumer Internet Company
      1. ANDREA MOED
    3. R Toward Industrialization of Ethnography
      1. TAKANORI UGAI
        KOUJI AOYAMA
        AKIHIKO OBATA
    4. R Ethnography, Storytelling, and the Cartography of Knowledge in a Global Organization: How a minor change in research design influenced the way our team sees, and is seen by our company
      1. JAY DAUTCHER
        MIKE GRIFFIN
    5. R Practice at the Crossroads: When practice meets theory, a rumination
      1. MELISSA CEFKIN
    6. R Pecha Kucha: DAVE MCCAUGHAN, Curator
    7. R Session 2: Pioneering the Path: ARMIN MOEHRLE, Curator: Becoming the Subject: A Comparison of Ethnographic and Autoethnographic Data for New Product Development
      1. KEREN SOLOMON
    8. R Acknowledging Differences for Design: Tracing values and beliefs in photo use
      1. CONNOR GRAHAM
        MARK ROUNCEFIELD
    9. R "Ethnography of Ethnographers" and Qualitative Meta-Analysis for Business
      1. JOSH KAPLAN
        ALEXANDRA MACK
    10. R The Power of Participant-Made Videos: intimacy and engagement with corporate ethnographic video
      1. SUSAN A. FAULKNER
        ALEXANDRA C. ZAFIROGLU
    11. R Innovation in Collaboration: Using an Internet-Based Research Tool as a New Way to Share Ethnographic Knowledge
      1. BETH DI LEONE
        ELIZABETH EDWARDS
    12. R The Best of Both (Virtual) Worlds: Using Ethnography and Computational Tools to Study Online Behavior
      1. NICOLAS DUCHENEAUT
        NICHOLAS YEE
        VICTORIA BELLOTTI
    13. R Living Avatars Network: Fusing traditional and innovative ethnographic methods through a real-time mobile video service
      1. DENISA KERA
        CONNOR GRAHAM
    14. R Session 3: Obstacles and opportunities along "The Way": MAKIKO TANIGUCHI, Curator: Heroic Complexity in Strategic Innovation
      1. TONY SALVADOR
    15. R Turn and Face the Strange: An ethnographic approach to change management
      1. MADS HOLME
    16. R Ethnography in the Age of Analytics
      1. ADRIAN SLOBIN
        TODD CHERKASKY
    17. R Keitai, Blog, and Kuuki-wo-yomu (Read the atmosphere): Communicative Ecology in Japanese Society
      1. TADAMASA KIMURA
    18. R Creating Meaning in an Open Source Community: The role of the ethnographer
      1. CHARLINE POIRIER
    19. R Navigating Value and Vulnerability with Multiple Stakeholders: Systems thinking, design action and the ways of ethnography.
      1. MELISSA CLIVER
        CATHERINE HOWARD
        RUDY YULY
    20. R Session 4: The Way of the Way: ROGERIO DEPAULA, Curator: The Ethnographic Arts
      1. SUZANNE L. THOMAS
    21. R The 'Inner Game' of Ethnography
      1. STOKES JONES
    22. R Making Silence Matter: The Place of the Absences in Ethnography
      1. BRIAN RAPPERT
    23. R The Way to Design Ethnography for Public Service: Barriers and Approaches in Japanese Local Government
      1. KUNIKAZU AMAGASA
    24. R The Do and Jutsu of Strategic Ethnography: Balancing the way and the art of understanding
      1. LUCAS McCANN
        CORIN LUDWIG
        MATT MULLINS
    25. R A Little Humility, Please
      1. RICK E ROBINSON
    26. R Closing Keynote: Tradition and Innovation in Design – An archaeologist offers an anthropological view
      1. MICHAEL SHANKS
    27. R Workshops JOHN PAYNE and SONIA MANCHANDA, Curators: The Tao (DO) of Service: Japan's traditional Shinise businesses
      1. CARL KAY
        HIDEAKI SHIRANE
        WAKAKO KITAMURA
    28. R Next-Gen Ethnographic Practice
      1. HIDESHI HAMAGUCHI
        WIBKE FLEISCHER
        WILLIAM REESE
    29. R Flash Mob Ethnography Workshop
      1. LAURA FORLANO
    30. R Modeling Diverse User Ecosystems
      1. MIKE YOUNGBLOOD
    31. R Visually explaining ethnography. Communicating complexity
      1. ROBERTO HOLGUIN
        MÓNICA OROZCO
    32. R Ethnography and Quant: Scenes from an unlikely marriage
      1. TODD CHERKASKY
        MARTHA COTTON
        NEAL PATEL
        ADRIAN SLOBIN
    33. R They just don't get it: Strategies, tools, and best practices for explaining ethnography to stakeholders
      1. YUTAKA YAMAUCHI
        JAMES GLASNAPP
        PEGGY SZYMANSKI
        NOZOMI IKEYA
        AKI OHASHI
    34. R What we learned from the man with the missing toe: 3 principles to enrich your practice in any environment
      1. EMILY FRANK
        LISA REICHENBACH
    35. R Strategic Dialogue Toolkit: Facilitated Methods for Design Researchers
      1. PETER JONES
        KALEEM KHAN
    36. R Designing more Effective Workshops
      1. JENNIFER GOVE
        KATHY BAXTER
    37. R Golden Rules for the use of video in Design Research
      1. FUMIKO ICHIKAWA
        INDRI TULUSAN
        RIKKE ULK
    38. R Lost in translation? How to get the most out of cross-cultural ethnographic research
      1. CHIHO SASAKI
        TAKASHI SASAKI
        KEIKO IHARA
    39. R Panel: Do ( Do?) and Kata ( or ): Rich Radka, Curator
    40. R Artifacts: Carl Kay, Curator: Virtual Ethnography System: analysis of word-of-Mouth on Blogsphere
      1. KOUJI AOYAMA
        TETSURO TAKAHASHI
        TAKANORI UGAI
    41. R Self-ethnography as a valid substitute to classic ethnography?
      1. EVA CASPARY
        JEANNE CARRE
    42. R Incorporating Seasonality into the Research Process
      1. GABRIELLE ACKROYD
    43. R 3–D
      1. HECTOR M. FRIED
    44. R Making Public Administration Less Burdensome for Citizens
      1. JACOB SCHORRING
    45. R 'Belonging and Belongings'– Short Film Installations ion the interrelationships of Techno-Social Styles
      1. DAIJIRO MUZONO
        GEKE VAN DIJK
        BAS RAIJMAKERS
    46. R An Ethnographic Visualization Method for Creating Shared Vision
      1. NORIYUKI KOBAYASHI
        UGAI TADANORI
        KOJI AOYAMA
        AKIHIKO OBATA
    47. R Deconstructing Spaces: The thick and thin of it
      1. PRIYANKA DESAI
    48. R A parametric approach for ethnographic design research
      1. PRITI RAO
    49. R Unfolding the Unspoken
      1. JANE MEJDAHL
        RENE LUNDGAARD KRISTENSEN
    50. R Emphasizing 'Research Design': Examples of how small and medium size companies approach user involvement
      1. RIEM ZOUZOU
    51. R Opening the Doors to User Involvement: User-Centered Tools as Ambassadors and Engagement Artefacts
      1. METTE ABRAHAMSEN
        ANA MARIA D'AUCHAMP
        RIEM ZOUZOU
    52. R Ethnographic Video and Tool-kit
      1. ROBERT MURRAY
    53. R Transmitting the Empathy
      1. HIDEAKI SHIRANE
        WAKAKO KITAMURA
    54. R Extracting Context-based UI Requirements with "Fukuwarai" tool
      1. YUUKI HARA
        TAKAFUMI KAWASAKI
        KEIJI MINAMITANI
    55. R Kakko Chan : A Board Game Without Instructions
      1. Seara Ishiyama
        Mami Gondo
        Masahiko Furukata
        Mizuki Oka
    56. R Are You What You eat?A food-related lifestyle (FRL) segmentation
      1. PATRICIA MEDINA
        CÉSAR HOLGUÍN

Contributors

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Participants

    1. R Participants