An introduction to design and culture : 1900 to the present / Penny Sparke.

"This revised edition explores new themes of postmodernism and design, the alliance between technology and design, and the relationship between identity and design. A key theme is the development of a discourse on design that can be traced through different social periods, movements and cycles....

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Main Author: Sparke, Penny (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, 2004.
Edition:Second edition.
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Summary:"This revised edition explores new themes of postmodernism and design, the alliance between technology and design, and the relationship between identity and design. A key theme is the development of a discourse on design that can be traced through different social periods, movements and cycles." "An Introduction to Design and Culture will be ideal reading for all students of art and design, art and design history, and media and cultural studies; it also contains much of interest to social historians."--Jacket.
"This revised edition explores new themes of postmodernism and design, the alliance between technology and design, and the relationship between identity and design. A key theme is the development of a discourse on design that can be traced through different social periods, movements and cycles." "An Introduction to Design and Culture will be ideal reading for all students of art and design, art and design history, and media and cultural studies; it also contains much of interest to social historians."--BOOK JACKET.
Physical Description:x, 280 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:0415263352
9780415263351
0415263360
9780415263368
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