Paricha Duangtaweesub, Re-design Justice. Chemical Engineering, Design Impact
- Vulnerability and privilege
- Intention and framing
- Interview arc
- 3C’s of a good interview
- Africa Micro-grid: Utabu
- Homework: Conduct Interviews
- Income inequality exercise
- Workers’ meal exercise
- Depressive disorders discrimination: group 8
- Chronic disease with low education background
- Group 4: Income Inequality
- Group 3: Racial Discrimination
All about creating safe spaces online and offline to normalize conversations about mental health.
SUPERPOWERS: Empathy, Humour, Collaboration
SDGS: #03. Good Health & Wellbeing
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Recent things on my mind:
- Read: The Great Derangement by Amitav Ghosh. A fantastic account of the world to challenge your view of climate change, even if you’re a veteran. Worldview-changing.
- Listen: Little Boot‘s Tomorrow’s Yesterdays. Nostalgic, pop-py, cool, indie dance.
- Eat: Vistro Café. It’s healthy and delicious and I can eat it with more vegan mum.
Vulnerability and privilege
Intention and framing
Intention: Why are we doing this work?
Framing: Asking Open-ended questions, ask for stories, ask for emotional reactions (marker of something important)
Talking about sensitive topics. Easier if there is trust built through connections, friends of friends.
3C’s of a good interview
5 why’s. “Why” in Thai seems very accusing. Instead of “why” in Thai, I ask “what were the reasons you were doing this?”
Africa Micro-grid: Utabu
Homework: Conduct Interviews
Income inequality exercise
Workers’ meal exercise
- Calorie count:
- Food quality:
- Food Quantity:
- Feelings: Why do you like these?
Can easily go talk to construction workers
Depressive disorders discrimination: group 8