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The Civic Empowerment Toolbox

+++Action Design for Urban Futures+++

+++Ben Schouten et al.+++

ISBN 978-94-92852-71-1
Price € 30,00
Author Ben Schouten et al.
Final editing Eleonoor Jap Sam, Aaron Bogart
Graphic design WVDV / Willem van de Ven
Number of pages 320
Book size 16.5 x 23.5 cm
Binding Boxset
Language English
Release date Winter 2022
Partners Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS)
Publisher Jap Sam Books

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| Boxset with 6 cahiers: Introduction, Practice, Theory, Media, Education, and Inspiration.

| Including Get Started! Planning Tool for Civic Empowerment, consisting of 1 board game, 45 cards, 1 manual and pre-packed inspiration.

The influence of media, big data and artificial intelligence on our daily lives is becoming increasingly tangible. The Civic Empowerment Toolbox focuses on the design of active citizenship and citizen participation, offering many examples as well as opportunities to kickstart your own initiative. 

Together, the six cahiers, including the introduction, offer a complete overview of design for civic empowerment where practice and theory come together, resulting in design recommendations, examples and future opportunities for research and education. The book is an analogue read from start to finish, but you can also read it crisscross, starting with any of the book’s key concepts, subdivided in twenty themes, allowing you to delve deeper into the fascinating elements of civic empowerment.  

The book is intended for (future) designers, scholars, students and policymakers as well as those interested in design for and with the (local) community, but above all, for those that want to change the world for the better. 

Professional community contributors to the Toolbox: Quirine André de la Porte, Bart Aptroot, Yagmur Aydogmus, Ceren Bagatar, Federica Bardelli, Saskia Beer, Tilde Bekker, Danique de Bies, Laura Bijl, MacKayla van Binsbergen, Aaron Bogart, Bambi Boland, Brennen Bouwmeester, Lilet Breddels, Nicolai Broderson Hansen, Anette Brons, Sascha Brouwer, Jasper Bunschoten, Gabriel de Castro Freitas, Silvia Cazacu, Claire Crawford, Kees Dorst, Leila Farhood, Gabriele Ferri, Laura Freixas, Linas Gabrielaitis, Kourosh Gharehdaghi, Eric Gordon, Maarten Groen, Noy Gvishi, Floris de Haan, Jurgen Hoogendoorn, Noa van der Horst, Beatriz Ibeas, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Benthe Keetels, Gwen Klerks, Ondrěj Kocholaty, FemkeKocken, Genèviéve Korte, Ben Kröse, Jessica Livon, Andrea Low, Richard Lundquist, Maarten Mulder, Madeleine Maaskant, Daisy O'Neill, Sabine Niederer, Anne Nieuwenhuijs, Niovi Dimitra Chatzipoufli, Arjen Oosterman, Mayra Ortega Maldonado, Tamara Pinos Cisneros, Peter Polacsek, Boaz Prinzen, Tim van de Puttelaar, Daniëlle Ramp, Roel Smits, Steve Savage, Ben Schouten, Odin Shadmi, Lara van der Sluijs, Casper Smits, Erik van der Spek, Kevin Su, Alexandra Sykioti, Vera Tak, Ekim Tan, Vera Teigeler, Tenjin Fujita, Oscar Tomico, Alice Twemlow, Denise Vega de Santiago, Willem van de Ven, Jochem Vlug, Loes Voermans, Siebren de Vos, Martijn de Waal, Elliott Walker, Merel Willemsen, Bas de Wit, Ihsan Yahya, Dylan van Zanten, Xumeng Zhang. 

Ben Schouten graduated in 1983 from the Rietveld Academy for Visual Arts. He is one of the co-founders of 'Werkgebouw Het Veem', an artist and professional community, a breeding ground for creativity. In addition to his work as a designer, he was appointed full professor of Playful Interactions at the Department of Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2010 and as a lector of Play & Civic Media Research at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences in 2013. His dissertation was awarded a Bronze World Medal for Design in the category New Media, subcategory Information and education, in New York, USA. His work focuses on play and design for social innovations, citizen empowerment and culture. Ben Schouten has co-edited five volumes and/or conference proceedings and is co-author of 100- plus publications at the intersection of play, games, participatory design and citizen empowerment. 

www.roleofplay.nl

Action Design for Urban Futures

Ben Schouten et al.

€30.00

The Civic Empowerment Toolbox

Action Design for Urban Futures

Ben Schouten et al.

€30.00

Design / New titles / Urbanism

ISBN 978-94-92852-71-1
Price € 30,00
Author Ben Schouten et al.
Final editing Eleonoor Jap Sam, Aaron Bogart
Graphic design WVDV / Willem van de Ven
Number of pages 320
Book size 16.5 x 23.5 cm
Binding Boxset
Language English
Release date Winter 2022
Partners Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS)
Publisher Jap Sam Books

| Boxset with 6 cahiers: Introduction, Practice, Theory, Media, Education, and Inspiration.

| Including Get Started! Planning Tool for Civic Empowerment, consisting of 1 board game, 45 cards, 1 manual and pre-packed inspiration.

The influence of media, big data and artificial intelligence on our daily lives is becoming increasingly tangible. The Civic Empowerment Toolbox focuses on the design of active citizenship and citizen participation, offering many examples as well as opportunities to kickstart your own initiative. 

Together, the six cahiers, including the introduction, offer a complete overview of design for civic empowerment where practice and theory come together, resulting in design recommendations, examples and future opportunities for research and education. The book is an analogue read from start to finish, but you can also read it crisscross, starting with any of the book’s key concepts, subdivided in twenty themes, allowing you to delve deeper into the fascinating elements of civic empowerment.  

The book is intended for (future) designers, scholars, students and policymakers as well as those interested in design for and with the (local) community, but above all, for those that want to change the world for the better. 

Professional community contributors to the Toolbox: Quirine André de la Porte, Bart Aptroot, Yagmur Aydogmus, Ceren Bagatar, Federica Bardelli, Saskia Beer, Tilde Bekker, Danique de Bies, Laura Bijl, MacKayla van Binsbergen, Aaron Bogart, Bambi Boland, Brennen Bouwmeester, Lilet Breddels, Nicolai Broderson Hansen, Anette Brons, Sascha Brouwer, Jasper Bunschoten, Gabriel de Castro Freitas, Silvia Cazacu, Claire Crawford, Kees Dorst, Leila Farhood, Gabriele Ferri, Laura Freixas, Linas Gabrielaitis, Kourosh Gharehdaghi, Eric Gordon, Maarten Groen, Noy Gvishi, Floris de Haan, Jurgen Hoogendoorn, Noa van der Horst, Beatriz Ibeas, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Benthe Keetels, Gwen Klerks, Ondrěj Kocholaty, FemkeKocken, Genèviéve Korte, Ben Kröse, Jessica Livon, Andrea Low, Richard Lundquist, Maarten Mulder, Madeleine Maaskant, Daisy O'Neill, Sabine Niederer, Anne Nieuwenhuijs, Niovi Dimitra Chatzipoufli, Arjen Oosterman, Mayra Ortega Maldonado, Tamara Pinos Cisneros, Peter Polacsek, Boaz Prinzen, Tim van de Puttelaar, Daniëlle Ramp, Roel Smits, Steve Savage, Ben Schouten, Odin Shadmi, Lara van der Sluijs, Casper Smits, Erik van der Spek, Kevin Su, Alexandra Sykioti, Vera Tak, Ekim Tan, Vera Teigeler, Tenjin Fujita, Oscar Tomico, Alice Twemlow, Denise Vega de Santiago, Willem van de Ven, Jochem Vlug, Loes Voermans, Siebren de Vos, Martijn de Waal, Elliott Walker, Merel Willemsen, Bas de Wit, Ihsan Yahya, Dylan van Zanten, Xumeng Zhang. 

Ben Schouten graduated in 1983 from the Rietveld Academy for Visual Arts. He is one of the co-founders of 'Werkgebouw Het Veem', an artist and professional community, a breeding ground for creativity. In addition to his work as a designer, he was appointed full professor of Playful Interactions at the Department of Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2010 and as a lector of Play & Civic Media Research at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences in 2013. His dissertation was awarded a Bronze World Medal for Design in the category New Media, subcategory Information and education, in New York, USA. His work focuses on play and design for social innovations, citizen empowerment and culture. Ben Schouten has co-edited five volumes and/or conference proceedings and is co-author of 100- plus publications at the intersection of play, games, participatory design and citizen empowerment. 

www.roleofplay.nl