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Appropriate or appropriate? Strategic considerations when representing indigenous culture in communication design and branding

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posted on 01.01.2012, 00:00 authored by Russell KennedyRussell Kennedy
Appropriate, ethical, respectful depiction and referencing of Indigenous visual iconography has become an important issue around the world - especially when designers and their clients choose to visually represent national identity. This chapter for the book titled, agIdeas Research, Design for Business, highlights the need for governments, the private sector and the design community to show leadership in regard to appropriate representation and engagement with Indigenous knowledge. It is a sensitive area where guidance is needed to assist designers and their clients to engage appropriately with Indigenous culture when required.

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Title of book

AGideas research : design for business

Series

Vol. 1

Chapter number

13

Pagination

178 - 197

Publisher

agIdeas Press

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

ISBN-13

9780646585901

ISBN-10

0646585908

Language

eng

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Publication classification

B1.1 Book chapter; B Book chapter

Extent

13

Editor/Contributor(s)

K Cato, K McCourtie, K Sorensen, G Muratovski, D Simmonds

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