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BUSCIANTELLA RICCI, D. ... et al., 2017. Discussing about “Inclusion in Sharing-Based Services”. A design workshop using an analytic tool. The Design Journal, 20(sup1), pp. S4671- S4677.
The activities based on collaboration and shared consumption are hard to classify and it is not possible to define a taxonomy. Also, in this field some evidence address racial discriminations, the lack of worker protections and a lack of regulations. The authors argue that considerations about ‘inclusion’ and ‘exclusion’ state are needed for services involved in sharing-based activities. In addition, the
‘Sharing-Based Services’ (SBS) conceptual framework is proposed to study and
analyse services in sharing-based contexts. In particular, this paper describes the
activities of a design workshop organised with the aim to open a discussion about
the aspects of the ‘inclusion’ and ‘exclusion’ in SBS. An analytic toolkit (‘Sharinc’) was used with the aim to consider these aspects analysing the structure of a SBS. Finally, this paper presents the results of the workshop achieved by the usage of the toolkit and by participants' feedback.
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This research was supported by the Thousand Talents (Young Scholars) Fellowship.