1 FSK, The PhD School, Faculty of Humanities, SDU2 Department of Design og Kommunikation, Faculty of Humanities, SDU3 Department of Design og Kommunikation, Faculty of Humanities, SDU
This paper deals with the notion of intersubjectivity in workshop activities. The analysis suggests that because participants need not be engaged in the same ac- tivities simultaneously, they are unable to monitor each others activities and con- tributions within the workshop at all times. As a result, misunderstandings, dis- agreements, lack of understanding and other breaches of intersubjectivity are not necessarily solved instantaneously, which in turn may lead to the forming of fuzzy concepts for design, a fuzziness that then later has to be resolved in order for the participants to reach a joint understanding of the outcome of the workshop.
Pinc 2011: Participatory Innovation Conference, 13th -15th January 2011, Sønderborg, Denmark, 2011, p. 32-37