This chapter discusses the key results of the supplemental surveys conducted on design reviewers. Also highlighted are key trends and themes cutting across the survey outcomes. The findings are organized around the four hypothesized roles of design reviewers to investigate meaningful relationships between the survey results and the four roles, and in order to understand the implications of such connections.


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  1. 1.College of Architecture and DesignLawrence Technological UniversitySouthfieldUSA

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