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Autor
Pereira Roberto (University of Campinas, Brasil), Boscarioli Clodis (State University of West Parana, Brasil), Barreto Lilia M.S. (Consultant in Inclusive Education Issues)
Tytuł
Researching for Humanity
Źródło
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Economics and Business Communication Challenges : International Week, 2014, s. 200-208, rys., bibliogr. 24 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Nowe technologie, Kultura, Wartości niematerialne, Wartości i normy etyczne
High-tech, Culture, Intangible asset, Value and ethical norms
Uwagi
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Abstrakt
Technologies trigger impacts on the environment in which they are inserted and on the people that live in it. Interactive systems are a reality in people's lives, being used through different devices for different purposes, in different contexts, with unpredictable and far-reaching consequences. In this complex scenario, it is necessary to rethink our practices, tools and theories in order to consider human values and cultural issues in an explicit way. There is also a necessary shift in our position while researchers, scientists and practitioners, approaching fundamental problems that can contribute to the society. In this position paper, we claim for such a position change and argue for a socially responsible design of technologies, keeping universal human values in mind and paying attention to cultural issues. (original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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  4. Baranauskas M. C. C., Souza C. S., and Pereira R. (2012), GranDIHC-BR: Prospecgao de Grandes Desafios de Pesquisa em Interaqao Humano-Computador no Brasil, [in:] XI Simposio Brasileiro de Fatores Humanos em Sistemas Computacionais (IHC 2012), pp. 63-64.
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  13. Noiwan J. and Norcio A. F. (2006), Cultural Differences on Attention and Perceived Usability: Investigating Color Combinations of Animated Graphics, "International Journal of Human-Computer Studies", Vol. 64, pp. 103-122.
  14. Pereira R. (2012), Authority Network and Support to Social Interaction on the Web: A Culturally Informed Approach, PhD Dissertation, Institute of Computing, University of Campinas, Brazil.
  15. Pereira R. and Baranauskas M. C. C. (2011), Valuation Framing for Social Software: A Culturally Aware Artifact, [in:] 13th International Conference on Enterprise In-formation Systems (ICEIS 2011), pp. 135-144.
  16. Pereira R., Baranauskas M. C. C., and Almeida L. D. (2011), The Value of Value Identification in Web Applications, [in:] Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on WWW/Intemet, pp. 37-44.
  17. Pereira R., Baranauskas M. C. C., and Silva S. R. P. (2013), Social Software and Educational Technology/: Informal, Formal and Technical Values, "Educational Technology & Society", Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 4-14.
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