Appendix: References

Throughout the course of this project, we came across numerous publications and other sources that were a big inspiration to the output of this project. As a reference, these sources are listedd below. One source of inspiration that deserves a special mention is the Social by Social guide, commissioned by NESTA. During the initial phases of writing the INCLUSO manual, its authors were kind enough to provide valuable feedback and their own source material. If you haven't already, be sure to check out their guide and community as well.

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