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Items where Author is "Brassett:Jamie::"

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Brassett, Jamie (2013) Networks: open, closed or complex. Connecting philosophy, design and innovation, part 3. Proceedings of the 2013 Tsinghua International Design Management Symposium "Design-Driven Business Innovation". (In Press)

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Brassett, Jamie (2011) The uncertainty project: managing uncertainty in innovation education. In: Cumulus 2011, Crossing Talents: Transversality in Design, 19 - 21st May 2011, Straté College, Paris. (Unpublished) Item availablity restricted.

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Brassett, Jamie and Booth, Peter (2008) Design Digestion: work in progress. Design Principles & Practices: an international journal, 2 (3). pp. 75-82. ISSN 18331874

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Brassett, Jamie and Booth, Peter (2008) Ecstatic innovation: Digesting, designing and democracy. Re-Public: Re-imagining Democracy. . ISSN 1791857X Item availablity restricted.

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Brassett, Jamie (2005) entropy (fashion) and emergence (fashioning). In: Fashion and Modernity. Berg, Oxford; New York, pp. 197-209. ISBN 9781845200275 Item availablity restricted.

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Brassett, Jamie (1999) Emerging cyber subjects. frAme: Journal of Culture & Technology (1). ISSN 1470-2134

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Brassett, Jamie (1997) Become-Cyborg! (A Pierced-Tongued Call to Prosthetic Arms). In: Just Postmodernism. Postmodern Studies (23). Rodopi, Amsterdam; Atlanta, GA, pp. 279-300. ISBN 978-90-420-0233-3

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Brassett, Jamie (1994) Space, Postmodernism and Cartographies. In: Postmodern Surroundings. Postmodern Studies (9). Rodopi, Amsterdam and Atlanta GA, pp. 7-22. ISBN 978-90-5183-671-4

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Roubelat, Fabrice and Brassett, Jamie and McAllum, Michael and Hoffmann, Jonas and Kera, Denisa (2015) Probing Ephemeral Futures: scenarios as fashion design. Futures. The journal of policy, planning and future studies. ISSN 0016-3287 (In Press) Item not available online.

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