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ABS047 - Community-based design research in local health care system - Board 12

2.1 Learning and development in onsite communities and online spaces
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11:00 AM, Wednesday 30 Aug 2017 (1 hour)
This study aimed to clarify the development of activity in gathering space that we called "MINNANO HOKESITU" for residents and was drawing from our experience in 1 year of community-based design research. "MINNANO HOKESITU" taken by growing welfare consciousness of residents. I researched the participants in this space by using questionnaire method and the semi-structured interview method, within the framework of positioning theory in discourse analysis. This study found that this space characterized by "having a conversation that could be shared by participants in the same area lived", "beyond the footing whether they were 'participants' or 'hosts' ", "the space that atmosphere was relaxed can speak out freely and honestly".
Tokyo Healthcare University
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