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papers from the Design Research Society’s 2012
conference which was held at Chulalongkorn University in
Bangkok. The conference theme was ‘Reforming traditions,
reshaping boundaries’, and the papers presented reflected
that aim. As is always the case with the DRS conference
the selection of papers was by double-blind peer review
process, with the intention of maintaining high academic
standards. The conference was organised so that papers
were grouped into related streams, with the majority
organised to match the Special Interest Groups of the
society. One of these is the Design Pedagogy group, and
its stream was particularly strong with 24 papers. It is from
that stream that papers for this special issue were
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