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The EPIC 2012 Conversation

    1. R The EPIC 2012 Conversation
      1. MELISSA CEFKIN
        MARIA BEZAITIS
        ALEX MACK
        KEN ANDERSON
        ED LIEBOW

Opening Keynote

    1. R OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Tell Them I Built This: A story of community transformation through design, youth, and education
      1. EMILY PILLOTON

Original articles

    1. R Renewing Ethnographic Theory
      1. STOKES JONES
    2. R DESIGNING the End
      1. TONY SALVADOR
        DEAN M. WHITNEY
    3. R Ethnographic Temporality: Using time-based data in product renewal
      1. SAM LADNER
    4. R Function and Change in China: Reviving Mauss‘"total social fact“ to gain knowledge of changing markets
      1. MIN LIESKOVSKY
        MORGAN RAMSEY-ELLIOT
        CHARLES HILL
    5. R One Case, Three Ethnographic Styles: Exploring different ethnographic approaches to the same broad brief
      1. FABIAN SEGELSTRÖM
        STEFAN HOLMLID
    6. R Emerging Practices for Renewal
      1. ERIC ARNOULD
    7. R ETHICS IN BUSINESS ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. LAURA HAMMERSHØY
        THOMAS ULRIK MADSEN
    8. R If These Walls Could Talk: The mental life of the built environment
      1. NEAL H. PATEL
    9. R The Ethnographer Unbounded: Considering open source in corporate environments
      1. NICOLE CONAND
        ALICIA DORNADIC
    10. R Visions of Renewal
      1. DAWN NAFUS
    11. R Concreting Sustainability: Renewing the cement industry through sustainability implementation
      1. LAURA E. RESENDEZ DE LOZANO
    12. R Role of the Ephemeral in Recovery and Renewal
      1. AKI ISHIDA
    13. R STAND Where You Live: Activating civic renewal by socially constructing Big Ethno
      1. STOKES JONES
        CHRISTINE Z. MILLER
        BIJAN DHANANI
    14. R Renewing Workplaces / Organizations
      1. MAKIKO TANIGUCHI
    15. R Back to the Future of Work: Informing corporate renewal
      1. JENNIFER WATTS-ENGLERT
        MARGARET SZYMANSKI
        PATRICIA WALL
        MARY ANN SPRAGUE
        BRINDA DALAL
    16. R Integrating Organizational and Design Perspectives to Address Challenges of Renewal: A case study of NASA's post-shuttle workforce transition
      1. JO AIKEN
    17. R Opting Out Of Stasis: Using integrated techniques to create sustainable change and renewal in healthcare organizations
      1. LINDSEY MESSERVY
        BETH WERNER
    18. R Renewing Places
      1. KEN ANDERSON
    19. R Maru: An ethnographic approach to revive local communities
      1. FUMIKO ICHIKAWA
        HIROSHI TAMURA
    20. R Scene and Unscene: Revealing the value of the local music scene in Savannah, Georgia
      1. COLLEEN M. HEINE
    21. R Detroit is a Blank Slate: Metaphors in the journalistic discourse of art and entrepreneurship in the City of Detroit
      1. SIOBHAN GREGORY
    22. R Renewing Services
      1. SHELLEY EVENSON
    23. R Implementing EMRs: Learnings from a video ethnography
      1. ERIK VINKHUYZEN
        LUKE PLURKOWSKI
        GARY DAVID
    24. R Service Infrastructures: A call for ethnography of heterogeneity
      1. ROGÉRIO A. DE PAULA
        VICTOR CAVALCANTE
        CLAUDIO PINHANEZ
    25. R Renewing Our Discipline
      1. NIMMI RANGASWAMY
    26. R Badges, Branding and Business Growth: The ROI of an ethnographic praxis professional certification
      1. PATRICIA ENSWORTH
    27. R Framed by Experience: From user experience to strategic incitement
      1. ARVIND VENKATARAMANI
        CHRISTOPHER AVERY
    28. R Renewing Our Practice: Preparing the next generation of practitioners
      1. SUSAN SQUIRES
        ALEXANDRA MACK
    29. R WORKSHOPS
      1. NEAL PATEL
        IRISH MALIG
    30. R Grounding the abstract research topic: Using games to get tangible with the intangible. OR: Tools for Understanding Topics Like "Wellness“ or "Mobility“ when Time in Field is Limited
      1. MARTHA COTTON
        BRYNN FREEMAN
        SARAH GARCIA
        SHELLEY SATHER
    31. R Ethnography and Direct Action: The 99% Spring Activism Project
      1. CHRIS DARROUZET
    32. R Experience Design Modeling
      1. MEGAN BOWE
        AARON SILVERS
    33. R Tangible Empathy: Research to Change the Design of Touchpoints
      1. TOI VALENTINE
    34. R Workshop 'Maru‘: Connecting Local Regions for Revival
      1. YU OGAWA
        IPPEI NUMATA
        FUMIKO ICHIKAWA
        HIROSHI TAMURA
    35. R Luxurious Rebranding: Reinvigorate Your Brand in a Global Economy
      1. JAMIE BOWERMAN
        KRISTA SINISCARCO
    36. R Exploring Gameplay to Understand Principles of Design for Social Systems
      1. DIANNA MILLER
    37. R The Evolution of Human-Centered Innovation: Designing for Empathy
      1. BARBARA BURTON
        MASUMA HENRY
        DAVE MCCOLGIN
    38. R Video Editing Workshop for Ethnographers
      1. NAN BRESS
    39. R A Sense of Savannah
      1. DANIEL GODDEMEYER
    40. R Using Models to Communicate Your Research Findings
      1. MARTY GAGE
        TAYLOR LIES
        SUSANA LA LUZ-HOUCHIN
    41. R Pecha Kucha – PLACE & CULTURE
      1. MICHELE VISCIOLA
        SUZANNE L. THOMAS
    42. R The Resilience and Adaptation of OccupyDC
      1. ANTHONY LEONARD
    43. R Fading into the Horizon: the disappearance of Appalachian hollow communities and culture
      1. JESSICA GRENOBLE
    44. R Middle Perspectives: Lessons from a walk down the High Line
      1. ARVIND VENKATARAMANI
    45. R Rebuilding Mumbai – Dreams and Reality
      1. SHUBHANGI ATHALYE
    46. R Public & Collaborative: Designing Services for Housing
      1. CHELSEA MAULDIN
    47. R Peckham, Poundland, Post its and the Peace Wall: Staging a Post-Riot Renewal
      1. SIMON ROBERTS
    48. R Exploring the analogue – digital legibility of our behaviors
      1. DANIEL GODDEMEYER
    49. R 5 Facts, 3 Lessons, and 2 Rules that doing ethnography of ICT in rural China taught me
      1. ELISA OREGLIA
    50. R Work and the Future
      1. MELISSA CEFKIN
    51. R A Call to Action Regarding the Patient Experience
      1. RICHARD I. ANDERSON
    52. R Open Source Family: Implications for remaking and renewing notions of family
      1. ROBIN BEERS
        JAN YEAGER
    53. R Don't Clean Up And Lie Down: Ethnography and Conceptual Art
      1. CARRIE YURY
    54. R ARTIFACTS: Direct from the Pressroom: Delivering Future Scenarios and Strategy to Users
      1. ALICIA DORNADIC
        HEINRICH SCHWARZ
    55. R Co-renewal of a village with local residents: A case study of a fisherman's village
      1. TAKANORI UGAI
    56. R dScout
      1. Michael Winnick
    57. R Drivers, Behaviors, and Scenarios: A Card Game for Concept Development
      1. J. ALEXA CURTIS
        JOHN PAYNE
    58. R Shadowbox Prototyping: A Method for Live Interface Enactments
      1. SEUNG CHONG
        MATT MOROSKY
        JOHN PAYNE
        LEAH SHEA
        KAORU KUMATANI
    59. R Direct from the Pressroom: Delivering Future Scenarios and Strategy to Users
      1. GISELLE RAHN
    60. R TOUCH: Provoking new dialogues through fresh perspectives
      1. MARY KATICA
        LAURA JANISSE
    61. R VIDEO CONFESSION BOOTH
      1. SUSAN FAULKNER
        LUCAS AINSWORTH
    62. R Design Research for Website Visual Branding
      1. SHIVANI MOHAN
        SHU-JU YANG
    63. R Green Building Renovation: Renewal of Hardware, Software, Human Behavior and Design Process
      1. AYA KUBOSUMI
        HIROBUMI UEDA
        HARUHITO MATSUNAMI
    64. R Crafting local pursuits for EPIC Conference; contextual research methods
      1. HINA SHAHID
    65. R Diabetes Ecosystem: A tablet-based platform for self-navigated rich storytelling about living with type 2 diabetes
      1. HELLE ROHDE ANDERSEN
        ISHAC BERTRAN
        EILIDH DICKSON
        JULIA FREDERKING
        ELENA GIANNI
    66. R Cracking the Marketplace of Ideas
      1. PHILIP DELVES BROUGHTON

Contributors

    1. R Contributors

Participants

    1. R Registered Participants EPIC 2012