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This chapter investigates what accomplishments and lessons from pertinent literature can tell us about the implications of interview and survey results with respect to design reviewers’ hypothesized roles. Although developing a coherent formal theory of these roles is not a central goal of this book, the chapter explores the theoretical underpinnings that support the roles’ underlying ideas.
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