Future prospects

Kristina Niedderer*, Stephen Clune, Geke Ludden

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    Abstract

    Numerous design for behavioural change theories have been presented in this edited text, with supporting case studies illustrating how the models and tools have been applied successfully to lead to positive change. One of the greatest challenges we are facing today is to achieve social and environmental change under a magnitude of scale and time pressures, such as to drastically reduce emissions in a limited time frame. We have argued that design can and has to play a leading role in achieving this challenge and, in this regard, we have synthesized four interrelated themes from the edited text, which we discuss in the following. We believe that these four themes require attention by the field of design for behavioural change in order to progress the aforementioned challenges under the given pressures of scale and time. The four themes are these:

    • Who decides: who will own and administer required behaviour change interventions and how may they be brought about?
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDesign for Behaviour Change
    Subtitle of host publicationTheories and Practices of Designing for Change
    EditorsKristina Niedderer, Stephen Clune, Geke Ludden
    PublisherRoutledge, Taylor and Francis
    Pages267-272
    Number of pages6
    ISBN (Electronic)9781317152538
    ISBN (Print)9781315576602
    Publication statusPublished - 23 Aug 2017

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    Niedderer, K., Clune, S., & Ludden, G. (2017). Future prospects. In K. Niedderer, S. Clune, & G. Ludden (Eds.), Design for Behaviour Change: Theories and Practices of Designing for Change (pp. 267-272). Routledge, Taylor and Francis.