Intersections of Cross-Cultural Style: Integrating Functional Design into the Socio-Religious Hijab Headscarf Public Deposited

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  • This project was based upon concepts presented in course readings related to the processes of cultural change (e.g., acculturation and cultural authentication). In particular, the project asked students to consider the cross-cultural design process presented by Lin (2007) in her scholarly article titled, “Transforming Taiwan aboriginal cultural features into modern product design: A case study of a cross-cultural product design model.”The argument presented by Lin is that products with cultural features enhance product value and have more global market value and, thus, one ideally needs to achieve all three proposed layers of design to achieve successful cross-cultural design.
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