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  • 1. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research 2 Look for gaps in the existing literature. 3 Investigate analogous situations. 4 Determine and establish parameters for research. 5 Take a creative pause to question the validity of my topic. 6 Draw conclusions in order to develop interventions. 7 Determine if outcome is successful, if not repeat until it is. 8 Take a deep breath and prepare for production. 1 Review established sources relevant to my topic.
  • 2. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Review  established   sources  relevant  to  my   topic.             1  
  • 3. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Look  for  gaps  in  the   exis=ng  literature.   2  
  • 4. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Inves=gate  analogous   situa=ons.   3  
  • 5. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Determine  and  establish   parameters  for  research.       4  
  • 6. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Take  a  crea=ve  pause  to   ques=on  the  validity  of   my  topic.     5  
  • 7. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Draw  conclusions  in   order  to  develop   interven=ons.   6  
  • 8. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Determine  if  outcome     is  successful,  if  not     repeat  un=l  it  is.     7  
  • 9. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research     8   Take  a  deep  breath  and   prepare  for  produc=on.      
  • 10. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Topic  1  
  • 11. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research I  am  studying  urban  farming.  Focusing  on   new  design  cul=va=on  concepts  and   alterna=ve  low  impact  agriculture.       Because  I  want  to  iden=fy  new  direc=ons   in  designing  efficient  ways  of  growing   food  in  urban  centers,  with  an  emphasis   in  reducing  carbon  dioxide  emissions   from  food  shipping.       So  that  readers  have  a  beNer   understanding  of  their  op=ons  in  growing   their  own  food.  And  possibly  bring  more   aNen=on  to  the  posi=ve  aNributes   surrounding  urban  farming.    
  • 12. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Topic  2  
  • 13. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research I  am  studying  how  computer  scrip=ng   languages  are  being  used  in  contemporary   design  communi=es.     Because  I  want  to  find  undiscovered   entrepreneurially  related  facets  in   customizable  design  soRware  within  this   ethnographic  group.     In  order  to  help  readers  understand  the   poten=al  with  customizable  design  soRware.     So  that  readers  can  develop  new  soRware   tools  leading  to  new  aesthe=c  possibili=es   beyond  current  design  soRware  limita=ons.  
  • 14. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research Topic  3  
  • 15. Joshua Howard Tom KlinkowsteinDirected Research I  am  studying  how  unauthorized  informa=on  is   disseminated  through  public  spaces.  Focusing  on   the  concepts  of  subversive  communica=on  and   unconven=onal  percep=on  of  the  idea  of  the   public  sphere.       Because  I  want  to  iden=fy  new  ways  of  thinking   about  design  that  address  unauthorized  methods   of  communica=on.       In  order  to  help  readers  understand  how   unauthorized  communica=ons  could  bring  a   greater  awareness  of  sociopoli=cal  issues  of   today  that  may  have  been  overlooked  by   conven=onal  means.       So  readers/designers  can  have  greater  design   possibili=es  when  contribu=ng  to  the  vox  populi.    

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