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Persistence, Adaptation and Diversity
Design for Diversity: Proceedings of the Thirty-sixth Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association
  • Lynn Paxson, Iowa State University
  • David Saile, University of Cincinnati
  • Joseph Juhasz, University of Colorado
  • Rubén Martinez, University of Texas, San Antonio
Document Type
Abstract
Disciplines
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
1-1-2005
Conference Title
36th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association
Conference Date
April 27–May 1, 2005
Geolocation
(49.2827291, -123.12073750000002)
Abstract
Traditions aren't static. They change and adapt over time to various circumstances. Cultures and identities are always evolving. It's instructive to look at what aspects of cultures and identities persist over time and what aspects of other cultures maybe 'assimilated' or 'acculturated' into the existing belief structure of another culture.
Comments

This abstract is from Design for Diversity: Proceedings of the Thirty-sixth Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, ed. Habib Chaudhury (McLean, VA: Environmental Design Research Association, 2005). Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner
Environmental Design Research Association
Language
en
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Lynn Paxson, David Saile, Joseph Juhasz and Rubén Martinez. "Persistence, Adaptation and Diversity" Vancouver, BC, CanadaDesign for Diversity: Proceedings of the Thirty-sixth Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (2005) p. 286 - 286
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lynn_paxson/6/