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  • af Preben Hansen
    102,95 - 160,95 kr.

    Bogen dækker Venedig, Adriaterhavskysten, Verona og Poslettens byer, Gardasøen, Sydtyrol og Dolomitterne, Bologna og Emilia-Romagna, Milano, Bergamo og søerne, Torino og Piemonte, Valle d´Aosta samt den italienske riviera. I baggrundskapitler sættes der fokus på Norditaliens politiske og samfundsmæssige forhold, fodbold og folkefester, historie, kunst og kultur, mad og drikke samt natur og geografi. Der er forslag til gode vandreture i Alperne, til spisesteder og steder at gå ud. Bogen er desuden rigt illustreret med fotos og kort.

  • af Preben Hansen
    160,95 kr.

    Toscana skal nydes adagio. Langsomt. På den skyggefulde piazza i middelalderbyen. I drømmesengen på stranden. Under vinstokke, tunge af sangiovese-druer. Med simrende slowfood til et glas Chianti Classico. Pulsen går op i Firenze, kunstens skatkammer og modens mekka. Michelangelo og Botticelli giver åndenød. Modebutikkerne og markederne giver hjertebanken. Armani, Versace og Ferragamo. Parmaskinke, trøfler og delikate oste. Oplevelser synker ind over en stærk espresso på Caffè Rivoire. Mens solen langsomt går ned over Piazza della Signoria.

  • af Preben Hansen
    102,95 - 160,95 kr.

    Bogen dækker Californien med storbyer som San Francisco og Los Angeles samt den fantastiske natur langs Stillehavskysten og i nationalparker som Yosemite, Redwood og Death Valley. Desuden stilles der skarpt på spillebyen Las Vegas og mange af de største oplevelser i staterne Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Washington og Oregon. Bogen giver et indblik i dagligdagen i Californien og de øvrige områder og forklarer politiske og kulturelle problemstillinger. En række artikler går bag om områdets historie, kunst og kultur, natur og geografi, mad og drikke. Desuden er guiden rigt illustreret med fotos og kort. TUREN GÅR TIL har eksisteret siden 1952 og er blandt verdens hyppigst opdaterede rejsebogsserier. Serien dækker hele verden fra Nordatlantentil Australien. Bøgerne skrives på dansk af forfattere og journalister med et særligt indgående kendskab til de enkelte destinationer. Med nøje udvalgte attraktioner, herunder spisesteder, viser vi vej til de største oplevelser.

  • - Tyve år ved en dødsmærket presse. Journalist og redaktør 1945-65
    af Preben Hansen
    128,95 kr.

    Fredag den 6. april 2001 udkom dagbladet Aktuelt for sidste gang, og dermed var det slut med 130 års socialdemokratisk dagspresse i Danmark. Hovedbladet Social-Demokraten, der i 1959 blev omdøbt til Aktuelt, var en overgang Nordens største dagblad, og hele Danmark var i mange år dækket med lokale, socialdemokratiske dagblade. Dansk pressehistorie har stadig en udtømmende beretning om den socialdemokratiske presse til gode, men nu har en af dens aktive medarbejdere ydet sit bidrag til historien ved at fortælle om sine mange år ved pressen. Forfatteren er Preben Hansen, der begyndte som journalistelev ved Helsingør Social-Demokrat i 1945 og sluttede som politisk chefredaktør ved Aktuelt tyve år senere. Han har kaldt sin erindringsbog Farimagsgade, fordi Social-Demokraten/Aktuelt og den socialdemokratiske presses centralledelse i trekvart århundrede havde hjemme i Nørre Farimagsgade 49 i det indre København. Det er en bog om personlige oplevelser af chefer og kolleger, af arbejdsforhold og journalistik, af situationer og begivenheder, men også med afstikkere til den socialdemokratiske presses historie, dens placering i konkurrencen med andre dagblade og dens indre spændinger mellem fagbevægelsen, der dækkede de stadig stigende underskud, og partiet, der fandt sit talerør uvurderligt. Forfatteren var i begyndelsen af 1960’erne redaktør af Fyns Social-Demokrat, som blev omdøbt til Dagbladet Fyn, og forinden havde han gjort nogle afstikkere til Hærens Pressetjeneste og til OEEC i Paris, men i begge tilfælde var hans arbejde som journalist nødvendige forudsætninger. Bogen kan ses som en fortsættelse af erindringsbogen Enghavevej (Gyldendal 2009), der skildrede forfatterens opvækst i et københavnsk arbejdermiljø under krisen i 1930’erne. Det nu foreliggende bind er et personligt vidnesbyrd om en journalistisk løbebane og munder ud i et forsøg på at diagnosticere de sygdomme, der sluttelig gjorde den socialdemokratiske presse til et af de store ofre for bladdøden.

  • af Preben Hansen
    536,95 kr.

    Society faces many challenges in workplaces, everyday life situations, and education contexts. Within information behavior research, there are often calls to bridge inclusiveness and for greater collaboration, with user-centered design approaches and, more specifically, participatory design practices. Collaboration and participation are essential in addressing contemporary societal challenges, designing creative information objects and processes, as well as developing spaces for learning, and information and research interventions. The intention is to improve access to information and the benefits to be gained from that. This also applies to bridging the digital divide and for embracing artificial intelligence. With regard to research and practices within information behavior, it is crucial to consider that all users should be involved. Many information activities (i.e., activities falling under the umbrella terms of information behavior and information practices) manifest through participation, and thus, methods such as participatory design may help unfold both information behavior and practices as well as the creation of information objects, new models, and theories. Information sharing is one of its core activities. For participatory design with its value set of democratic, inclusive, and open participation towards innovative practices in a diversity of contexts, it is essential to understand how information activities such as sharing manifest itself. For information behavior studies it is essential to deepen understanding of how information sharing manifests in order to improve access to information and the use of information. Third Space is a physical, virtual, cognitive, and conceptual space where participants may negotiate, reflect, and form new knowledge and worldviews working toward creative, practical and applicable solutions, finding innovative, appropriate research methods, interpreting findings, proposing new theories, recommending next steps, and even designing solutions such as new information objects or services. Information sharing in participatory design manifests in tandem with many other information interaction activities and especially information and cognitive processing. Although there are practices of individual information sharing and information encountering, information sharing mostly relates to collaborative information behavior practices, creativity, and collective decision-making. Our purpose with this book is to enable students, researchers, and practitioners within a multi-disciplinary research field, including information studies and Human-Computer Interaction approaches, to gain a deeper understanding of how the core activity of information sharing in participatory design, in which Third Space may be a platform for information interaction, is taking place when using methods utilized in participatory design to address contemporary societal challenges. This could also apply for information behavior studies using participatory design as methodology. We elaborate interpretations of core concepts such as participatory design, Third Space, information sharing, and collaborative information behavior, before discussing participatory design methods and processes in more depth. We also touch on information behavior, information practice, and other important concepts. Third Space, information sharing, and information interaction are discussed in some detail. A framework, with Third Space as a core intersecting zone, platform, and adaptive and creative space to study information sharing and other information behavior and interactions are suggested. As a tool to envision information behavior and suggest future practices, participatory design serves as a set of methods and tools in which new interpretations of the design of information behavior studies and eventually new information objects are being initiated involving multiple stakeholders in future information landscapes. For this purpose, we argue that Third Space can be used as an intersection zone to study information sharing and other information activities, but more importantly it can serve as a Third Space Information Behavior (TSIB) study framework where participatory design methodology and processes are applied to information behavior research studies and applications such as information objects, systems, and services with recognition of the importance of situated awareness.

  • af Preben Hansen
    450,95 kr.

    Society faces many challenges in workplaces, everyday life situations, and education contexts. Within information behavior research, there are often calls to bridge inclusiveness and for greater collaboration, with user-centered design approaches and, more specifically, participatory design practices. Collaboration and participation are essential in addressing contemporary societal challenges, designing creative information objects and processes, as well as developing spaces for learning, and information and research interventions. The intention is to improve access to information and the benefits to be gained from that. This also applies to bridging the digital divide and for embracing artificial intelligence. With regard to research and practices within information behavior, it is crucial to consider that all users should be involved. Many information activities (i.e., activities falling under the umbrella terms of information behavior and information practices) manifest through participation, and thus, methods such as participatory design may help unfold both information behavior and practices as well as the creation of information objects, new models, and theories. Information sharing is one of its core activities. For participatory design with its value set of democratic, inclusive, and open participation towards innovative practices in a diversity of contexts, it is essential to understand how information activities such as sharing manifest itself. For information behavior studies it is essential to deepen understanding of how information sharing manifests in order to improve access to information and the use of information.Third Space is a physical, virtual, cognitive, and conceptual space where participants may negotiate, reflect, and form new knowledge and worldviews working toward creative, practical and applicable solutions, finding innovative, appropriate research methods, interpreting findings, proposing new theories, recommending next steps, and even designing solutions such as new information objects or services. Information sharing in participatory design manifests in tandem with many other information interaction activities and especially information and cognitive processing. Although there are practices of individual information sharing and information encountering, information sharing mostly relates to collaborative information behavior practices, creativity, and collective decision-making.Our purpose with this book is to enable students, researchers, and practitioners within a multi-disciplinary research field, including information studies and Human-Computer Interaction approaches, to gain a deeper understanding of how the core activity of information sharing in participatory design, in which Third Space may be a platform for information interaction, is taking place when using methods utilized in participatory design to address contemporary societal challenges. This could also apply for information behavior studies using participatory design as methodology. We elaborate interpretations of core concepts such as participatory design, Third Space, information sharing, and collaborative information behavior, before discussing participatory design methods and processes in more depth. We also touch on information behavior, information practice, and other important concepts. Third Space, information sharing, and information interaction are discussed in some detail. A framework, with Third Space as a core intersecting zone, platform, and adaptive and creative space to study information sharing and other information behavior and interactions are suggested. As a tool to envision information behavior and suggest future practices, participatory design serves as a set of methods and tools in which new interpretations of the design of information behavior studies and eventually new information objects are being initiated involving multiple stakeholders in future information landscapes. For this purpose, we argue that Third Space can be used as an intersection zone to study information sharing and other information activities, but more importantly it can serve as a Third Space Information Behavior (TSIB) study framework where participatory design methodology and processes are applied to information behavior research studies and applications such as information objects, systems, and services with recognition of the importance of situated awareness.

  • af Preben Hansen, Louise Kastrup Scheibel & Morten Wilhelm Scholtz
    102,95 - 182,95 kr.

    Bogen dækker New York og det nordøstlige USA, Chicago, Florida og det sydøstlige USA samt Californien og det vestlige USA og er perfekt til enhver, der ønsker at krydse landet i bil. Bogen giver et indblik i livet i USA og forklarer politiske og kulturelle problemstillinger. En række artikler går bag om landets historie, kunst og kultur, mad og drikke. Desuden er guiden rigt illustreret med fotos og kort.

  • - Best Practices, New Domains and New Thoughts
    af Preben Hansen
    643,95 kr.

    Compiled by world- class leaders in the field of collaborative information retrieval and search (CIS), this book centres on the notion that information seeking is not always a solitary activity and working in collaboration to perform information-seeking tasks should be studied and supported. Covering aspects of theories, models, and applications the book is divided in three parts:* Best Practices and Studies: providing an overview of current knowledge and state-of-the-art in the field.* New Domains: covers some of the new and exciting opportunities of applying CIS* New Thoughts: focuses on new research directions by scholars from academia and industry from around the world.Collaborative Information Seeking provides a valuable reference for student, teachers, and researchers interested in the area of collaborative work, information seeking/retrieval, and human-computer interaction.

  • af Preben Hansen
    77,95 kr.

    """Enghavevej"" er en personlig fortælling om Preben Hansens opvækst på Vesterbro i 1920’ernes, 30’ernes og 40’ernes København. Preben Hansen fortæller om livet i en arbejderfamilie – om arbejdsløshed og pengemangel, om naboskaber og indkøb på klods. Enghavevej er en klassisk historie om at vokse op og finde sin vej i livet.   Lydbogen er indlæst af Paul Hüttel.

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