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Redisplacement by design

f o r u m u u u u u n D e R D e V e l o P M e n t Redisplacement by Design Recently, researchers have noted that traditional knowlpower relations between TKSs and dominant knowledge. edge systems (TKSs) can inspire technology design. Aboriginal culture is fettered by present and historical They have also noted that the internonindigenous systems: A diverse dependency between Aboriginal and frequently dislocated group of nicola J. Bidwell culture and œlandscape  provides peoples are displaced from their James Cook university insight into an embodied approach to lands and situated inside the strucnicola.bidwell@jcu.edu.au HCI [1]: People ™s experience of place tures of a presiding oppression. Here, and construction of space does not we refer to a few of the projects that Peter Radoll Australian national university separate the mind, the body, and the are culturally resonant for Aboriginal peter.radoll@anu.edu.au surroundings [2]. Australians and suggest how thinking However, we notice that about some of the dilemmas encounTruna, aka J. Turner increased recognition of Aboriginal Queensland university of Technology tered around power relations beg for TKS is no easy panacea for the a reenvisioning of design. j.turner@qut.edu.au constraints on design prescribed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png interactions Association for Computing Machinery
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